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1000 Blank White Cards (1kbwc)

I am not sure where I heard first heard about this game, but I then forgot about it. I recently ran across it again on google when searching for something completely different. After following several broken links on pages to find out what the rules were and where it originated, I went to wikipedia to find out. The basic premise of the game is to get a pack of 1000 blank white index cards, cut each card in half, and artistically (or not so artistically) draw your own playing cards with markers, crayons, or ink pens. Everyone starts with 5 cards at first. If this is the first time playing - all five cards will be blank unless you have chosen to take the time in advance to create 5-10 cards each before playing. Someone gets to go first (coin toss, dice roll, dealer, etc.) and then play proceeds to the left (playing, holding, and discarding cards). Here is where things get a little fuzzy: winning the game. Basically you are supposed to play until you run out of cards in the central deck and whoever has the highest points wins. This is easier said than done and house rules can change the rules at any point. Mostly the game is over - when the game (or players) have become so silly that the game has completely disintigrated into chaos. This is a perfect game to play with overly competitive game players or just to have fun.
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