How We Play:
- Lay all cards face down in as close to a rectangle shape as you can.
- On your turn, you turn two cards face up, without moving them from their relation with the other cards.
- If both cards match, then remove them from play and place them in front of you in a pile and repeat your turn.
- If both cards do not match, turn the cards back down, and play passes to the next player.
- Play continues until the only card remaining is the Old Maid card (which doesn't have a match).
- Players then count up the number of pairs that they have and the player with the most pairs wins.
|A just started game|
|The first turn|
|A game in progress|
|THE OLD MAID!!!|
- Deal the cards as evenly as possible between all players.
- All pairs are removed from your hand and placed in front of you.
- Players take turns drawing one card from the player to their left, laying down pairs as they get them.
- Play ends when only one player has a card left, the Old Maid (which has no match).
- Players then count up their pairs and the winner is the one with the most.