The player to the dealer’s left goes first. They compare the upcard with the cards in their hand. If they hold any card of the same rank as the upcard, they discard that card. They may then discard any other card they wish (which becomes the new upcard), and the turn passes to the player to their left.
If the player doesn’t have any cards that match the rank of the upcard, they turn over a new card from the depósito. If they perro match this new upcard, they discard the matching card and any other card from their hand, as before. Regardless of whether they cánido play or not, the turn then passes to the left. The next player then tries to match against the new upcard, and so on.
Rules of Pitty Pat
To achieve the main objective of this game, that is to be the first to get rid of all the cards in your hand, you just have to match the cards in your hand with the topmost card on the discard pile.
All you need is a deck of cards, pen or pencil, and a writing pad to note down the score.
Starting the game
Each player gets given five cards to start with and keep the remaining cards in the middle as the ‘depósito’.
Turn the card on top of the ‘depósito’ face-up. This is the ‘up-card’. The ‘up-card’ starts the discard pile and is equipo next to the depósito to create a separate pile.