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  • Separate BEST and WORST cards

  • Separate yellow cards

  • You should now have three decks (Red/Black cards, Yellow cards, White "noun" cards)

  • Shuffle three decks separately

  • Deal 6 cards to each player

  • Deal 1 yellow card to each player

  • Shuffle the remaining yellow cards into the deck with all the nouns

  • Before the round begins, you can discard as many cards as you want and draw back up to a total of 7

Get 3 wins

One person is elected the judge for that round.
The judge flips over the top BEST or WORST card. Whatever it says, that is what you're hoping to convince your noun card to be.
The person in the lead flips over their noun card first, the rest do it all at once.
If no one is in the lead, proceed with everyone flipping their noun cards up at once (except the judge, of course — they are just judging this round).  
The judge selects someone to present their case first and then the rest will go one by one clockwise. 

You have 1 min to explain why the card you played is either the BEST or WORST depending on which of those cards were drawn in the beginning of the turn.

After everyone presents their case, the judge picks a winner (this can be done subjectively but generally it's the person who presented their case the best).

You keep the noun card that won the round in order to keep track of your wins.

You can use the yellow cards before and even AFTER the verdict has been reached in order to throw a curve ball in the game. The yellow cards will say things like "But who would win in a fight?" or "x2000" (meaning 2000 of the noun card), which means the judge must consider these things in the judgement. 


Playing the original way means selecting one person to be the judge the entire game. All other players must continuously play to the one judge.


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