Hand and Foot Score Sheet Book Author : Amazing Score Books Publisher : Total Pages : 123 Release : 2020-06-28 ISBN 10 : 9798657632965 ISBN 13 : Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL GET BOOK Hand and Foot Score Sheet Book Book Description: Love Playing Hand and Foot Cards Game? If so, this book is for you! We create this excellent Score Sheet Book to keep track of your scores while playing Hand and Foot Cards Game. Hand and Foot Score Sheet Book Features: 120 Hand and Foot Cards score sheets record inside. Unique, beautiful designed Glossy Cover. Large size 6" x 9" beautiful white paper pages. The perfect gift for a friend, family member, or Hand and Foot Cards Game Team Mate. Made in USA. Scroll Up and Click Buy Now! About Hand and Foot Cards Game. Hand and Foot is a popular variation from the rummy type game of Canasta. It can be described as a simpler, more accessible version of Canasta for beginners. Hand and Foot use about 5 or 6 decks of standard playing cards and is played with 2-6 players. The objective of Hand and Foot is to be the first to get rid of all of your cards and for your team to have the most points. Before the game begins, an initial dealer must be chosen. Every player is given a card from a shuffled deck, and whoever receives the highest card becomes the first dealer. A repeated deal breaks ties. The initial dealer shuffles the deck, and the player to their right cuts it. The dealer then passes two sets of 11 cards one by one clockwise to each of the four players. The first set of 11 is called the Hand, and the last game of 11 is called the Foot. The remaining cards are placed faced down to form the stock. The top card of the stock is turned upright and put to the side to create the discard pile. The dealer position rotates clockwise at the end of each round. Matching cards of the same rank form melds. A meld must begin with at least three cards. Melds are shared within the teams so, and teammates can build upon their melds. The Jokers and 2s in the deck are wildcards and can be used to build upon any meld. Melds must have, however, more natural cards than wildcards in them. After a player goes out, the round has ended, and scores are tallied as follows: Red books are worth 500 points Black books are worth 300 points Wild card books (books made from 2s and Jokers) are worth 1500 points Jokers are worth 50 points 2s are worth 20 points Aces are worth 20 points 8s through Kings are worth 10 points 4s through 7s are worth 5 points Black 3s are worth 5 points Red 3s are worth 100 points Going out is worth 100 points Grab this book for yourself or a friend today and record all Hand and Foot Cards Games Scores!