A Lovely Card Game To Enjoy Over A Coffee Table
Every now and then, it’s nice to bring friends and family together to catch up and enjoy an afternoon. And what better way than by playing a game. Here are some fun and easy card-based games you can set up on your coffee table, so you can relax, sip on your coffee and have a great time:
This fast-paced card game is perfect for two up to six players. You’ll need an entire deck of cards to get playing. The objective is to get the lowest “score”. To start the game, each player is dealt eight cards, the remainder of the cards form the draw pile. Everyone will take turns drawing and discarding cards until all the cards in the draw pile have been used. After that, the player who got the lowest score wins.
2. GO FISH
Go Fish is a great game for younger ones or just any group who’d like to enjoy an easier game. Reminiscent to the classic game of memory, the players will try to find and collect matching pairs of cards. For two to six players, you can use a standard deck of 52 cards where the objective is to collect the most matching pairs.
If your experience with card games encompasses more complexity and strategy, rummy is the way to go. This card game involves two to six players and a standard deck of 52 cards (divided into any number of sets). In rummy you’ll try to make two sets of three, four, or five of a kind from the cards in your hand and from the draw pile. At the end of the game, depending on their score or remaining cards, each player will gain or lose points.
Perfect for four players with a standard deck of 52 cards, hearts is a game that requires strategy. The goal of the game is to take as few points as possible. Points are scored based on each player’s attempt to avoid cards from the suit of hearts. In each round, each player will pick three cards in order to achieve their lowest possible score.
No matter which game your group decides to play, there’s no doubt that you’ll all have a great time and some good laughs. Coffee table games are a great way to take an afternoon off and catch up with friends and family.
So, ready to enjoy some card games over a coffee table?