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The card game "Cassino" is a gambling card game often played in various settings from casual to more organized tournaments. It is a game for two to four players that involves skill, strategy, and a bit of luck. The game uses one standard deck of 52 cards, and the objective is to capture cards from a layout on the table, by playing a card from your hand that matches in rank a table card or the sum of several table cards.

Set up

  1. A standard 52-card deck is used.
  2. Two to four players can play.
  3. Four cards are dealt to each player and four cards are dealt face-up on the table.
  4. The dealer rotates clockwise after each round.


The main aim is to capture cards from the table. Captured cards are collected in a pile in front of the player. The game is scored based on the cards captured and other actions in the game.


  1. Capture by Pairing: A card from the player's hand can capture a card on the table if the cards have the same rank. For example, a player can capture a 4 from the table with a 4 from their hand.
  2. Capture by Combining: A card from the player's hand can capture multiple cards if the sum of the cards on the table equals the card played. For example, if there are a 2 and a 4 on the table, and you have a 6 in your hand, you can capture all three cards.
  3. Building: Instead of capturing cards, a player may also choose to 'build' by placing a card from their hand onto a card or set of cards on the table. The intention is to capture this build in a later turn if it is not captured by another player first.
  4. Multiple Builds (Call): It's also possible to create multiple builds where a set of cards can be captured by a single card.
  5. Capturing a Build: A build can be captured by playing a card of the same value as the build.
  6. Sweep: If a player captures all the cards on the table, it is called a 'sweep,' and it earns an extra point.


Different cards have different point values:

  • Each Ace:
  • 1 point
  • Big Cassino (10♦️):
  • 2 points
  • Little Cssino (2♠️):
  • 1 point
  • Most Spades (7+):
  • 1 point
  • Most Cards (27+):
  • 3 points
  • Sweeps:
  • 1 point

    The game continues until the deck is depleted, and the player with the highest score wins.


    The game involves a good deal of strategy, including deciding when to build, when to capture, and what cards to keep for later use.

    This is a general outline and the rules can vary. Always check local or house rules if you're playing in a new setting.