Today it's raining, and you're stuck inside with your significant other. What card games can you play to keep things interesting? Couples' card games are a great way to spend quality time together, especially on a rainy day! In this article, we will go over some card games that two people can play. You'll also find links to card game instructions, so all you need is a deck of cards and some creativity.
Card Games for Couples on a Rainy Day
Crazy Eights - This card game requires at least four players but the more, the merrier! All suits are ranked equally except for one suit, which acts as an off-suit known as "crazy eights" or "wild." There are no jokers in crazy eights, making it easier. The first card is turned up, and the following player has to match either rank or suit. If they do not have a card that matches, they draw on from the deck until they can play their card. As soon as this card is played, another card must be drawn immediately after being discarded! A new round begins when one of two things happen:
-The top eight cards are all in players hands
-All other players but one run out of cards in hand (thus having no remaining plays), at which point whoever does still have cards left wins the game!
WikiHow offers detailed instructions for playing crazy eights if you need them. You can also find printable demo games like these
War - This classic card game pits against each card for card, with the winner being the first player to get rid of all their cards. Players can play one card at a time or multiple depending on what they have in hand and are allowed only a certain number of plays per turn. Players may not pass unless they have a card that matches the top card in a discard pile or can play off any other card in their hand/play area.
-The winner is determined by who runs out of cards first, and it's applied to all card games but especially war since you must get rid of your entire deck before anyone else does!
-Pick a card and play one card at a time or multiple depending on what you have in hand. Players may not pass unless they can play off any other card in their hand/play area.
Bid Euchre - A classic game that requires four players (two teams) where the person sitting across from you is part of your team. Points are scored if a player gets three or more tricks during his turn as long as he has the highest number card possible for those specific types of cards; each suit will score differently based on its card value.
Honeymoon Bridge - This card game is a fun way to pass the time by yourself, with your significant other, or even in more extensive group settings since it only requires four players! Players are each dealt thirteen cards, and they must make their best possible hand of three sets (three of one kind) and two pairs. Suppose you don't have any matching card combinations during your turn. In that case, you can play off on your opponents' hands, but be sure that if there is more than one option for what card to use, then whichever card has been played first gets preference over the next card down when trying to match up poker-type card games where suits & numbers do not matter).
This card game requires four players (two teams) and takes around 30 minutes to complete one match. Players must draft card packs from five different colors/factions before building decks out of any cards they pick; this means players will need knowledge about what card types work well together and which combinations provide the most powerful attacks against their opponent's deck(s).
We hope this information has been helpful to you.