The World of David Walliams Gangsta Granny's Cheat Card Game
A fantastic classic card game inspired by one of David Walliams’ best-loved books. Gangsta Granny's Cheat Card Game makes brilliant gift for any fan of Britain’s number 1 author. This easy to play card game is perfect for all the family, To play deal out the cards evenly. If there are remainders put them face down in the centre of the table as the beginning of the discard pile. The player to the left of the dealer places the 1s in their hand face down in the discard pile and announces his play to the table. "Two 1s". if the player does not have any 1s, or if he wishes to get rid of more cards he may bluff and play another card while announcing "Two 1s". The next player plays 2s, the next player plays 3s, and so on. If a player doesn't believe an annoucnement, he can call out "Cheat!" The person who played the cards must turn them over and show the challenger whether he was bluffing or not. A player who is caught bluffing must pick up the entire discard pile and add it to their hand. If a challenged player is not bluffing, then the challenger must pick up the discard pile. The winner is the player who gets rid of all their cards first! This traditional card game, with a David Walliams twist and featuring the iconic illustrations by Tony Ross, encourages concentration, taking turns, good games play and is a great way to spend some quality family time together! Suitable for age 5 years and over.
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