Multiplayer Big Two 大老二 鋤大弟

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About this game

Big two (also known as deuces, capsa, pusoy dos, dai di and chinese poker) is a card game of Chinese origin. It is similar to the games of winner, daifugō, president, crazy eights, cheat, and other shedding games.

It is played with four players online, the entire deck being dealt out in with 13 cards per player. The objective of the game is to be the first to play of all of one's cards. If not enough players are available bots will automatically come and help out to occupy seat in the meantime. Play while wait!

This card game has many other names, including big deuce and top dog. In Mandarin Chinese it is 大老二, pinyin: dà lǎo èr; in Cantonese, 鋤大弟, sho tai ti , or simply dai di. It is cap sa in Hokkien, 十三.

Free to play with a guest account or register to have even more fun and conquer the leader board. Easy to learn and great fun. Easy login and game play.

Cards may be played as singles or in groups of two, three or five, in combinations which resemble poker hands. The leading card to a trick sets down the number of cards to be played; all the cards of a trick must contain the same number of cards. The highest ranking card is 2 instead of A. Highest to lowest: (♠,♥,♣,♦).

The combinations and their rankings are as follows, mostly based on poker hands:

Single cards: Any card from the deck, ordered by rank with suit being the tie-breaker. (For instance, A♠ beats A♥, which beats K♥.)

Pairs: Any two cards of matching rank, ordered as with singular cards by the card of the higher suit. (A pair consisting of the K♠ and K♣ beats a pair consisting of K♥ and K♦.)

Triples: Three equal ranked cards, three twos are highest, then aces, kings, etc. down to three threes, which is the lowest triple.

Five-card hands: There are five different valid five-card hands, ranking from low to high as follows (the same ranking as in poker):

Straight: Any 5 cards in a sequence (but not all of the same suit). Rank is determined by the value of the biggest card, with the suit used only as a tie-breaker. Therefore 3-4-5-6-7 < 2-3-4-5-6, since 2 is considered the largest card in the 2-3-4-5-6 straight. The largest straight is A-2-3-4-5, second 2-3-4-5-6, third 10-J-Q-K-A while the smallest straight is 3-4-5-6-7.

Flush: Any 5 cards of the same suit (but not in a sequence). Rank is determined by Face value of the cards (highest first, then each lower card in order). Suit (♠,♥,♣,♦), is used to break ties.

Full house: a composite of a three-of-a-kind combination and a pair. Rank is determined by the value of the triple, regardless of the value of the pair.

Four-of-a-kind + One card: Any set of 4 cards of the same rank, plus any 5th card. (A four-of-a-kind cannot be played unless it is played as a five-card hand) Rank is determined by the value of the 4 card set, regardless of the value of the 5th card.

Straight flush: A composite of the straight and the flush: five cards in sequence in the same suit. Ranked the same as straights, suit being a tie-breaker.

At the beginning of the first game on a new table, the player with the 3♦ starts by either playing it singly or as part of a combination, leading to the first trick. Play proceeds clockwise, with normal climbing-game rules applying: each player must play a higher card or combination than the one before, with the same number of cards. Players may also pass, thus declaring that they do not want to play (or do not hold the necessary cards to make a play possible). A pass does not hinder any further play in the game, each being independent, referred to as jumping-back.
Updated on
Jun 24, 2024

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