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In the Pairs Companion Book, it says:
"Moving Forward: If only one player remains in the game, that player wins, and takes the pot.
If more than two players are still alive, play another round. There can be as many as five rounds, since you start with six cards.
If multiple players survive the final round, those players split the pot,
leaving any odd coins for the next game."
Shouldn't the second sentence be
If more than one player are still alive ...
If two or more players are still alive ...
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