A card shedding game of deception where lying is part of the game. Cheat is also known as Bulls#!t, Bull, and I Doubt It with variations including Bologna in the U.S. and the Russian game Verish' ne Verish' (Trust/Don’t Trust). Other similar games include Russian Bluff, Chinese Bluff, Canadian Bluff, Spanish Bluff, and the Chinese game, chuī niú (bragging) or shuō huăng (lying).Show More
Cheat is card shedding game with the element of deception added. The object of the game is to be the first player to discard their last card.
At the beginning of the game the dealer is randomly selected. During the game the deal continues around the table clockwise. The player to the left of the dealer plays first and play continues clockwise around the table.
Cheat uses 1 standard deck of 52-cards. Currently, this is a game for 4 players and 13 cards are dealt to each player.
The player to the dealers left plays first and places 1 thru 4 aces face down on the table and the quantity and value is stated in their player information area, for all the players to see. The first player must play aces, the second player must play 2s, the third player must play 3s, and so on. Aces are played again after kings. All players are required to play when it is their turn whether they have any of the mandatory value of cards or not. If one player believes another player did not play the required cards they can click on their cheat button. If the player did not play the right cards they must pick up the entire pile, but if they did then the player that called cheat must pick up the pile.
There is no scoring.
The first player to play their last card wins the game.
Currently there are no power cards.
Modified on 10/26/16 from Wikipedia