Fun Card Game for Families, Action-Packed, Fast-Paced Game for 2+ Players, Includes 104 Game Cards and Instructions, Simple Card Game for Kids Ages 6+ 4.4 out of 5 stars 261 $11.99 $ 11 . 99
Players and Cards. Push is for four players, two against two in fixed partnerships; as usual, partners sit facing each other. Two standard packs of cards are used, including 4 jokers, making 108 cards in all. The jokers and twos are wild cards. Outline of the Game. There are 5 deals.
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Push is a Rummy card game for 4 players. The goal of the game is to have the lowest cumulative score at the end of the game. This game is played with partnerships. There will be 2 teams of 2 and partners will sit across from one another.
Rack up points by playing cards to the stacks - but watch out! You can't repeat a color or number. Choose when to stop and score the best stack or push your luck and go for more! Card Distribution: 5 colors - red, blue, yellow, green, purple (90 total) Each color has numbers from 1 to 6 with 3 of each number (total of 18 cards per color) 18 ...
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10 cards for all rounds: Some play Push with 10 cards dealt in each round. Single players: Some play Push without partnerships, and it is possible to have 5 or 6 players in this way. If there are more than 4 players then add a third deck and its 2 jokers to the game.
PUSH Game Play. You shuffle the cards and choose a start player. That player will flip over a card from the deck that consists of cards numbered 1-6 in 5 different colours. They then put that card on the table. They then can continue drawing one card at a time putting them into separate piles of cards on the table, with a few rules.
1. If you want the top card of the discard pile, take it and add it to your hand. 2. If you do not want the top card of the discard pile, take a face-down card off the top of the undealt stock cards, put it on top of the card from the discard pile, and shove these two cards to the opponent on your left (hence the name of the game).