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Play Hearts – Card Games

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Thanks for watching how to play the card game Hearts! Here are a few key things to remember:

-You do not want to collect any heart cards unless you can get them all.

-Collecting all of the hearts and the queen of spades is called shooting the moon. You earn zero points for doing this and everyone else earns 26 points.

-A player cannot lead with hearts until hearts have been broken. This happens when someone cannot follow suit, and they play a heart card.

-The queen of spades can be played at any time. She is worth 13 points, and she does not count as a heart during the game.

Here is a fun alternative rule:
– If you shoot the moon, you can choose to give everyone else 26 points, or you can choose to subtract 26 points from your score.

8 Comments

  1. I've made an own game that's basically the opposite of hearts. It's called diamonds.In the Deck the cards 2-5 are taken out. For 4 players 9 cards are dealt to each and for 3 players 12 cards each. Passing over cards is taken out.Trick taking is basically the same: But the 6 of clubs starts. The Hearts are trump. And the diamonds need to be broken to lead a trick.The main difference is in the points at the end of the round. People want to get the points because the first one to get 100 wins.Every trick is worth 1 point. Every diamond (except the queen) is worth 2 points.Every Queen is worth 4 points as long as you have one.If you have more than one queen, each one of them is worth – 4 points.

  2. Great explanation video! Thank you!!

  3. There’s also shooting the sun: the player took every single trick in the round. He gets 0, and the rest get 52 points each.

  4. There’s also a rule that you missed. It’s that the queen of spades and hearts are not allowed in the first trick of any hand.

  5. This is a random question but for those of you who understand, which of you are here from Mr. Reeve’s math class? IYKYK🤣

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