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Each of these may have slightly different rules, and slightly different decks, but they are all more or less the same game. Pehaps even a very simple, rule-based AI can play passably. However, friends of mine think that it is a much harder problem, and that much more advanced techniques will be needed. Winning the Round: Once there is an entire round of passes, the player who was the last to play cards wins the round, and starts the next one; Winning the Game: The goal is for players to get rid of all of their cards as fast as possible. The order in which they do so, determines their ranks in the next game, with the first player to finish becoming the highest in rank, the second the second highest, and so on. Each variant of the game adds their own rules to this, but this much is shared by more or less all of them.

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It is a variant of the public domain game President , dating back to late Middle-Ages. The game fell out of print, but was re-released in Though based on a public domain game, the Dalmuti deck is non-standard.

There is a number of each rank of cards 1 through 12 equal to that rank, so twelve 12s, eleven 11s, and so on. There are also two Jesters, which are wild cards. The game plays best with 5 to 8 players, though more is possible. The goal is to get rid of your cards by playing grouping of the same rank, such as three 4s.

The higher the rank of the card, the worse it is, with the Jester ranked as a 13 unless played as a wildcard.

You can only play a lower rank of the same number of cards as the previous player or you must pass. The rank of the players is also important. The player in the lead after a particular hand is "The Greater Dalmuti," and the player to his or her left is "The Lesser Dalmuti.

These ranks are also enforced for other aspects, such as clearing the cards after a round and sometimes getting drinks or other social aspects. The rank can change every hand, so being particularly mean to your lessers can come back to haunt you. If a Player gets both Jesters, he or she may call for an end to taxation called a "revolution". Some players play that a revolution can be called by either peon with a single Jester.

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The Great Dalmuti

It is a variant of the public domain game President , dating back to late Middle-Ages. The game fell out of print, but was re-released in Though based on a public domain game, the Dalmuti deck is non-standard. There is a number of each rank of cards 1 through 12 equal to that rank, so twelve 12s, eleven 11s, and so on. There are also two Jesters, which are wild cards. The game plays best with 5 to 8 players, though more is possible.

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It is a variant of the public domain game President , which dates back to late Middle-Ages. The game fell out of print, but was re-released in There is a number of each rank of cards 1 through 12 equal to that rank, so twelve 12s, eleven 11s, and so on. There are also two Jesters, which are wild cards.

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One moment you could be the ruler at the top; but all it takes is one bad hand for you to come tumbling down from grace These benefits take the form of, firstly, taxes where peasants must give their best cards to those at the top and, secondly, the fact that the highest ranked player, The Greater Dalmuti, gets to lead first, and play then proceeds by order of rank - which can make a serious difference when you are trying to get rid of your bad cards. You can even make a custom rule where the turn order after someone finishes goes to the highest ranked player. Therefore, this manifest imbalance between those at the bottom and those at the top makes a victory for the peasants all the sweeter - especially if, as is the case in my custom games, the peasant has the worst chair in the room, or no chair at all. There is also some degree of tactics involved; for example, at times it is better to hoard all the cards in your hand by passing powerful plays made by your opponents and waiting for the right moment to use your powerful cards.

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