Egyptian Basra

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App Age: 7 years 11 months
Release Date: Nov 01, 2014
Last Update: Nov 04, 2014
Version: 1.4
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Egiptiese Basra (Al-Komi of Ash ElWalad) is 'n baie gewilde kaarte spel in Egipte,
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የግብፅ Basra (አል-በኮሜ ወይም Ash ElWalad), በግብፅ ውስጥ በጣም ታዋቂ ካርዶች ጨዋታ ነው
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عشرة كوتشية لعبة مصر الشعبية الشهيرة والمسماة أيضا "قش الولد" "الكومي" "البصرا"
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Misir Basra (Al-Komi ya Ash ElWalad), Misirdə bir çox məşhur kartları oyun
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Егіпецкі Басра (Аль-Комі або Эш ElWalad) з'яўляецца вельмі папулярным карт гульні ў Егіпце,
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Египетски Басра (Al-Коми или Ash ElWalad) е много популярен карти игра, в Египет,
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মিশরীয় বসরা (আল-কোমি বা ছাই ElWalad), মিশরের একটি খুব জনপ্রিয় কার্ড খেলা
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Bàssora egípcia (Al-Komi o cendra ElWalad) és un joc de cartes molt popular a Egipte,
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Egyptský Basra (Al-Komi nebo Ash ElWalad) je velmi populární karty hry v Egyptě,
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Egyptisk Basra (Al-Komi eller Ash ElWalad) er en meget populær kort spil i Egypten,
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Ägyptische Basra (Al-Komi oder Ash ElWalad) ist ein sehr beliebtes Kartenspiel in Ägypten.
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Αιγυπτιακή Βασόρα (Al-Κώμη ή τέφρα ElWalad) είναι ένα πολύ δημοφιλές παιχνίδι καρτών στην Αίγυπτο,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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Basora egipcia (Al-Komi o Ash ElWalad) es un juego de cartas muy popular en Egipto,
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Basora egipcia (Al-Komi o ceniza ElWalad) es un juego de cartas muy popular en Egipto,
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Basora egipcia (Al-Komi o ceniza ElWalad) es un juego de cartas muy popular en Egipto,
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Basora egipcia (Al-Komi o ceniza ElWalad) es un juego de cartas muy popular en Egipto,
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Egiptuse Basra (Al-Komi või Ash ElWalad) on väga populaarne kaardid mängu Egiptuses,
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Egiptoko Basora (Al-Komi edo Lizarra ElWalad) oso ezaguna txartelak Egipton joko bat da,
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بصره مصر (آل کومی یا خاکستر ElWalad) یک بازی کارت بسیار محبوب در مصر است،
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بصره مصر (آل کومی یا خاکستر ElWalad) یک بازی کارت بسیار محبوب در مصر است،
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بصره مصر (آل کومی یا خاکستر ElWalad) یک بازی کارت بسیار محبوب در مصر است،
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بصره مصر (آل کومی یا خاکستر ElWalad) یک بازی کارت بسیار محبوب در مصر است،
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Egyptin Basrassa (Al-Komi tai Ash ElWalad) on erittäin suosittu kortit peli Egyptissä,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi o Abo ElWalad) ay isang napaka-tanyag na mga card game sa Ehipto,
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Bassorah égyptien (Al-Komi ou Ash ElWalad) est un jeu de cartes très populaire en Egypte,
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Bassorah égyptien (Al-Komi ou Ash ElWalad) est un jeu de cartes très populaire en Egypte,
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Basora exipcia (Al Komi ou Ash ElWalad) é un xogo de cartas moi popular en Exipto,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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בצרה המצרית (אל-קומי או אש ElWalad) היא משחק קלפים פופולרי מאוד במצרים,
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मिस्र के बसरा (अल-कोमी या ऐश ElWalad), मिस्र में एक बहुत लोकप्रिय कार्ड खेल है
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Egipatska Basra (Al-Komi ili Ash ElWalad) je vrlo popularna kartice igra u Egiptu,
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Egyiptomi Bászrában (Al-komi vagy Ash ElWalad) egy nagyon népszerű játék kártya Egyiptomban,
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Եգիպտոսի Բասրա (Al-Komi կամ Ash ElWalad) հանդիսանում է շատ սիրված Ծանոթություններ խաղ Եգիպտոսում,
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Basra Mesir (Al-Komi atau Ash ElWalad) adalah kartu permainan yang sangat populer di Mesir,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi eða Ash ElWalad) er mjög vinsæll spil leikur í Egyptalandi,
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Bassora egiziano (Al-Komi o Frassino ElWalad) è un gioco di carte molto popolare in Egitto,
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エジプトのバスラ(アルコミまたはアッシュ・エルワラド)は、エジプトで非常に人気のあるカードゲームです。
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ეგვიპტის Basra (Al-კომი და Ash ElWalad) არის ძალიან პოპულარული ბარათები თამაში ეგვიპტეში,
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Египет Басра (Al-Komi немесе Ash ElWalad) - Египеттегі өте танымал карталар ойыншысы,
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អេ​ហ្ស៊ី​ប​បា​ស្រា (អា​ល់ Komi ឬ​ផេះ ElWalad​) គឺ​ជា​ការ​ប្រកួត​ពេញ​និយម​យ៉ាង​ខ្លាំង​នៅ​ក្នុង​ការ​កាត​អេ​ស៊ី​ប
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ಈಜಿಪ್ಟಿನ ಬಸ್ರಾ (ಅಲ್ ಕೋಮಿ ಅಥವಾ ಬೂದಿ ElWalad), ಈಜಿಪ್ಟ್ ಅತ್ಯಂತ ಜನಪ್ರಿಯ ಕಾರ್ಡ್ ಆಟ
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이집트 바스라 (알 - 코미어 또는 애쉬 ElWalad)는 이집트에서 매우 인기있는 카드 게임이다
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Египеттин Басра (Al-Коми же Ash ElWalad), Мисир жеринде өтө популярдуу оюн карталары
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ພວກ Basra (Al​-Komi ຫຼື​ຂີ້​ເທົ່າ ElWalad​) ເປັນ​ເກມ​ບັດ​ຫຼາຍ​ທີ່​ສຸດ​ໃນ​ປະ​ເທດ​ເອ​ຢິບ​,
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Egipto Basra (Al-Komių arba Ash ElWalad) yra labai populiarus kortelės žaidimas Egipte,
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Ēģiptes Basra (Al-Komi vai Ash ElWalad) ir ļoti populārs kartes spēle Ēģiptē,
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Египетскиот Басра (Ел-коми или Пепел ElWalad) е многу популарна игра карти во Египет,
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ഈജിപ്ഷ്യൻ Basra (അൽ-കോമി അല്ലെങ്കിൽ ആഷ് ElWalad) ഈജിപ്റ്റിൽ വളരെ പ്രശസ്തമായ കാർഡുകൾ ഗെയിം ആണ്,
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Египетийн Басра (Al-Коми, эсвэл Үнс ElWalad), Египетэд маш алдартай карт тоглоом юм
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इजिप्शियन फ्रांकफुर्त (अल-कोमी किंवा राख ElWalad), इजिप्त मध्ये एक अतिशय लोकप्रिय कार्ड खेळ आहे
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Mesir Basra (Al-Komi atau Ash ElWalad) adalah kad permainan yang sangat popular di Mesir,
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အီဂျစ်ဘဆ်ွ (al-Komi သို့မဟုတ် Ash ကို ElWalad) အဲဂုတ္တုပြည်၌အလွန်ရေပန်းစားကတ်များဂိမ်းဖြစ်ပါတယ်,
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Egyptisk Basra (Al-Komi eller Ash ElWalad) er et veldig populært kort spill i egypt,
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मिश्री Basra (अल-कोमी Name वा ऐश ElWalad), मिश्र मा एक धेरै लोकप्रिय कार्ड खेल छ
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Egyptische Basra (Al-Komi of Ash ElWalad) is een zeer populair kaartspel in egypte,
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Egyptisk Basra (Al-Komi eller Ash ElWalad) er et veldig populært kort spill i egypt,
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ਮਿਸਰੀ ਬਸਰਾ (ਅਲ-ਕੋਮੀ ਜਾਂ ਏਸ਼ ਏਲ ਵਾਲਡ) ਮਿਸਰ ਵਿਚ ਇਕ ਬਹੁਤ ਹੀ ਪ੍ਰਸਿੱਧ ਕਾਰਡ ਖੇਡ ਹੈ,
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Egipska Basra (Al-Komi lub Ash ElWalad) jest bardzo popularna gra karty w Egipcie,
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O Basra egípcio (Al-Komi ou Ash ElWalad) é um jogo de cartas muito popular no Egito,
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Basra egípcio (Al-Komi ou Ash ElWalad) é um jogo de cartas muito popular no Egito,
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Egiptean Basra (Al-Komi sau Ash ElWalad) este un joc de cărți de foarte popular în Egipt,
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Египетский Басра (Аль-Коми или Эш ElWalad) является очень популярным карт игры в Египте,
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ඊජිප්තු බස්රා (අල්-Komi නැත්නම් අලු ElWalad) ඊජිප්තුව තුල ඉතා ජනප්රිය කාඩ් ක්රීඩාව වන්නේ,
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Egyptský Basra (Al-Komi alebo Ash ElWalad) je veľmi populárna karty hry v Egypte,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi ali Ash ElWalad) je zelo priljubljena igra kartice v Egiptu,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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Египатски Басра (Ал-Коми или пепела ЕлВалад) је веома популаран картице игре у Египту,
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Egyptisk Basra (Al-Komi eller aska ElWalad) är ett mycket populärt kort spel i Egypten,
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Misri Basra (Al-Komi au Ash ElWalad) ni maarufu sana kadi ya mchezo katika Misri,
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எகிப்திய பாஸ்ரா (அல்-கோமி அல்லது சாம்பல் ElWalad), எகிப்தில் ஒரு மிக பிரபலமான அட்டைகள் விளையாட்டு
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ఈజిప్టు బాసర (అల్-కోమి లేదా యాష్ ElWalad), ఈజిప్ట్ లో ఒక చాలా ప్రజాదరణ కార్డులు గేమ్
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อียิปต์ท้องเสีย (อัลโคมิหรือแอช ElWalad) เป็นเกมไพ่ที่นิยมมากในประเทศอียิปต์
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Mısır Basra (Al-Komi veya Ash ElWalad), Mısır çok popüler kart oyunu
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Єгипетський Басра (Аль-Комі або Еш ElWalad) є дуже популярним карт гри в Єгипті,
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Egyptian Basra (Al-Komi or Ash ElWalad)is a very popular cards game in egypt,
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Ai Cập Basra (Al-Komi hoặc Ash ElWalad) là một trò chơi thẻ rất phổ biến ở Ai Cập,
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埃及巴士拉(铝科米或灰ElWalad)是一个非常受欢迎的游戏卡在埃及,
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埃及巴士拉(铝科米或灰ElWalad)是埃及一个非常流行的卡游戏,
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埃及巴士拉(鋁科米或灰ElWalad)是一個非常受歡迎的遊戲卡在埃及,
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Basra waseGibhithe (Al-Komi nobe Ash ElWalad) is a ethandwa kakhulu amakhadi game eGibhithe,
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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البصرة لعبة مصر الشعبية الشهيرة والمسماة أيضا "قش الولد" و"الكومي" و"البصرا". تعد قواعد اللعبة بسيطة ولكن ممتعة كالآتي: 1. سوف يقوم أحد اللاعبين بتوزيع الورق أربعة كروت وفقط عند بداية اللعبة يوزع أربعة كروت للأرض. يجب ألا تحتوي الأرض على ولد أو كارت رقم سبعة كاروه أو نقشة المربع حيث يتم أخذها ووضعها في آخر ورق التوزيع ووضع أخرى مكانها. 2. يبدأ كل لاعب برمي ورقة على الأرض على أن يكون البادئ هو اللاعب غير الموزع حتى بنتهي اللاعبون من الكروت التي بيدهم ليبدأ الموزع توزيع أربعة كروت أخرى لكل اللاعب ولكن ليس للأرض. 3.هدف اللاعب أن يأخذ أكبر عدد من الكروت الموجودة على الأرض حيث سيتم عد الكروت التي تم أخذها اللاعب عند انتهاء الورق التي يتم التوزيع منه ليتم اعطاء الناط للاعب الذي حصل على أكتر كروت أما اللاعب الآخر فسيحصل على صفر. 4. قواعد أخذ الورق من الأرض هو عندما يرمي اللاعب كارت يكون هناك مثله على الأرض أو يكون مجموع عدد من الكروت على الأرض قيمتهم نفس قيمة الكارت (الصور غير مشمولة في المجموع وليست لها قيمة عددية) أما الآس فهو يحمل قيمة واحد. مثال : الأرض يوجد عليها أربعة كروت A, 7, K, 8 في هذه الحالة فيمكن للاعب اذا كان يحمل رقم 8 أن يأخذ A,7,8 لأن 1+7=8 أو اذا كان لديه كارت 9 فيمكن أخذ 8، 1. أو الشايب فقط لو لديه شايب في يديه. 5. اذا كان لدى اللاعب ولد J أو 7 كاره Diamond 7 (الكومي) ففي هذه الحالة يستطيع أخذ كل ما على الأرض. 6. أذا كانت الأرض خالية من الكروت سوف يرمي من عليه الدور كارت. عندها اذا كان عند اللاعب الآخر نفس الكارت فيأخذ الكارت على أنه بصرا حيث يتم حسابها مكافأة خاصة بعدد من النقاط (بعيدأ عما ذكر من قبل في الحصول على أكبر عدد من الكروت). 7.أيضا في الحالة السابقة اذا كان الللاعب لديه الكومي (7 كاروه) يستطيع أخذ البصرا (الكومي له ميزتان ميزة الولد والبصرا)
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Characters: 2810 of 4000
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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Egyptian Basra is a very popular cards game in egypt, some times called "Al Komi" or "Ash El Walad". The Game is very simple: 1- One of the two players will deal four cards for each, and in the beginning of the game he will include the ground with four ground two. 2- Each player will throw one card to the ground until he is out of cards, then the dealer will deal again four cards each but not for the ground. 3- Player goal is to take from the ground as many cards as he can. After the Dealer is out of cards. Each pile the players took through the game will be counted and the player who got the most cards will get the points. The other will be zero. 4- What the player can take from the floor is either there is on the ground a similar card to what he has, or group of cards representing the sum in numbers to a card of his hand, the J, Q, and K are not included in the sum: - e.g. there are four cards on the floor A (have a value of 1), 7, K, and 8; if you have card 8 in your hand you will take 3 cards, the 8 and the 1+7 which equal the 8. or if has 9 he can take 8+1. If you have card K in your hand you will only take the K from the ground. 5- If there is (card J or Diamond 7) in your hand you will take all the cards from the ground. 6- when the ground is empty and next player throw one card of his hand (of course he will be careful not to throw J or diamond 7, these are special as demonstrated), If the other player have similar card in his hand he will take the card from the ground as additional bonus as called by Egyptians "Basra". 7- the other situation to take "Basra" is when all the cards on the ground sum to one card in his hand in addition to any similar card have the same sum value:-e.g. the ground cards are (10, 5, 4, 1) and the player has 10, or (8, 7, 1) and the player has 8 ... etc. 8- Also in the previous situation happens and the player has diamond 7 he will take the cards on the ground as "Basra". Diamond 7 is special card that has 2 roles called by Egyptians "Al Komi"; the other name of the same game; it will take basra of any value or as the J take all the ground. 9- Be careful not to hold the J or Diamond 7 as last card in your hand as the other player may take the whole ground and burn your J or Diamond 7, as he will take either of them as "Basra" next time he play. 10- If the dealer is out of cards, its time to count the cards which only the player with most of the cards will take this point. Also the number of Basra taken by the two players will be counted and both will take the Basra bonus. 11- Several rounds will continue in which the two players will exchange the dealing role and the other player will start first until the target score is reached, and the winner announced.
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