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Subject: All Hit card rss

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mike hunt
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I play 'All Hit'

The other players all then hit the button once.

Who then plays? Me, or the player to my left?
 
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Garry Rice
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I believe its the player on your left, although I can't recall if you get to call a new color or not off the top of my head.
 
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mike hunt
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garry_rice wrote:
I believe its the player on your left, although I can't recall if you get to call a new color or not off the top of my head.


Yes, it's a wild card.

The gameplay seems a bit disjointed:

Player 1 - plays card, calls red
player 2 - hits
player 3 - hits
player 4 - hits
player 1 - nothing???
player 2 - plays
 
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Garry Rice
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yep...but I'm pretty sure that's the way we've always played it...on the otherhand, it wouldn't seem fair to be able to play two cards in a row either...you could really hit the other players hard that way...
 
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Thomas H
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You go again.

It's the same type of situation as if you're playing a two-player game of UNO and someone plays a Draw Two or something: the other player draws and loses his/her turn, allowing you to go again. Logically, when you play an All-Hit, all the other players (which IIRC does not include yourself) spend their turn pressing the button and hoping not to get lots of cards. Then it's your go again!

Admittedly if you play two of these back-to-back (or some other equally nasty card after the All-Hit) you have the potential to really mess up the opposition, but if you're not close to going out at the time, why would you waste your power cards like that?
 
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