# Can you play sticks with 2 people?

## Can you play sticks with 2 people?

STICKS Rules 2-7 players: 1 deck of cards (plus 2 jokers) per player, sticks with rummy hands written.

## Do you have to discard in sticks?

You don’t have to discard your last card until everyone has a stick turned over. The goal is to turn your stick over first. At the end of each round, any player with a stick turned over gets to choose a new stick. Any player who hasn’t turned over his stick gets to try the same stick again.

How many players can play sticks?

Players: minimum of 2-6 players. Best with 3 or more. Objective: First person to turn up 7 sticks wins.

### Are aces high or low in sticks?

Each run or set must contain at least 1 natural card. Aces may be high or low (but not both). When a player has completed the requirements of his stick he lays these cards down and turns his stick face up. He may then play additional runs or sets or add to any other player’s runs or sets on the table.

### What are the rules for the stick game?

Game Rules. So, when you get your cards, place any cards that you need to complete your stick face-up in front of you. On each player’s turn, she can choose one card from the top of the “Draw” deck or the top card from the “Discard” deck. You can only have 15 cards at a time.

How to make a card game with sticks?

Cover one side of each tongue depressor with one color of scrapbook paper – We’ll say Brown. Modpodge down. 2. Cover the other side of the tongue depressor with scrapbook paper – We’ll say Tan. Modpodge down. 3. Attach stick combinations to brown side of each tongue depressor. Modpodge down. 4.

## How many cards can you put on a stick?

So, when you get your cards, place any cards that you need to complete your stick face-up in front of you. On each player’s turn, she can choose one card from the top of the “Draw” deck or the top card from the “Discard” deck. You can only have 15 cards at a time. There are four possible ways that a round can end.

## Is there a card game with challenges on sticks?

This is a variation of a card game “Phase 10”. Instead of 10 phases of requirements that everyone must do, this game has random challenges on sticks. My wife’s aunt (my aunt-in-law?) presented the game to us the other day and I offered to use our local Makerspace to laser etch the challenges on the individual sticks.