Card game Pig - rules

The Pig card game is suitable even for young children who are just getting acquainted with the world of cards. If you don't win, you'll have to herd the pigs. How many pigs you get depends on the number of cards in your hand. The duration of the grazing is also unpredictable. Take a chance and find out.

Grazing pigs

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Frequently asked questions

❓ How many people can play Pig?

The Pig Card Game for For 2 people or more.

❓ How many cards do I need to play Pig?

  • Number of cards needed: A 52-card deck.
  • Card ranks: ace, deuce, three of a kind, four of a kind, five of a kind, six of a kind, seven of a kind, seven of a kind, eight of a kind, nine of a kind, ten of a kind, diamond, queen, king.

Card game Pig - 1 variant

Preparing for the game

The dealer shall turn over all the cards and spread them on the table. He then turns over one card and places it in plain view of the others.

Card game Pig - 1 example

Game progress

The game then proceeds clockwise. The person to the left of the dealer must find a card of the same rank. He continues to take cards into his hand until he reveals the correct one.

Note: You can search for cards of the same rank or the same type! For example, when playing with children, it is much easier for them to perform actions when looking for cards of the same rank (because there are many more cards of the same rank than of the same rank).

The player places the face-up card of the same rank on the dealer's face-up card. Any card held in the hand must then be placed on top. If the player does not have any cards in his hand, then he takes any card from the discard pile and places it on top of the face-up deck.

Card game Pig - 2 examples

The queue passes to the player on the left. When the stack of spread cards is exhausted, only cards from the existing stack may be dealt. If there is no suitable card in the hand, the turn must be skipped.

The Pig card game is over. Pig grazing begins

The first player to draw all the cards wins the game. If someone wins, the other players have to calculate how many pigs they will have to graze for how long. The number of years is determined by the number of cards. The number of pigs is calculated by adding up all the eyes of the available cards.

Grazing pigs - Example 3

Card game Pig - Option 2

Preparing for the game

The dealer deals the cards equally to all players. In this case, a large number of hands immediately appear Cards. The dealt card is placed face up on the table. If two cards remain, then one of them is placed face down. If there are no cards left, then the dealer chooses the first card from his/her pile.


The game proceeds clockwise. The person to the left of the dealer must find a card of the same rank in his hand and place it on the face-up card. He places any card in his hand on top. The other actions and the end of the game are similar for the first version of the game.