Title: how to ride a moped
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The trading is not in turn, it's just trading with everyone at all times. Once the bell has rung again, all trading must stop. If the player doesn't have the right amount then the trading contuines until
the bell is rung again.
Now that you know the rules let's learn the basic idea of the game. As you can see, cards are traded...
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As you can see, cards are traded. But what excatly are they traded for? Well you want to get a full deck. A full deck is to have either nine of the same kind of cards, or 8 and a bull. The bull is good and can be used as an extra. The bear is bad and you want to get rid of it.
The game is constant moving, and doesn't stop until
after someone thinks they have nine cards; then they ring the bell...
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