Five Crowns Game

Five Crowns Game Rules

Five Crowns Game Instructions

Average Price: $10.00
Playing Time: 10 min.
Ages: 8+
Players: 1 - 7

Five Crowns takes your traditional deck of cards to a new level. Cards look very similar to your traditional poker deck although there is an addition of a star suit (which is where it got its name Five Crowns). With a solitaire version of this game you can have anywhere from one to seven people playing.

Be sure you read through all the Five Crown game rules and instructions to get all the details needed to be able to play this game by yourself or with friends. You'll notice that most rules are common with other traditional card games but there are enough twists that strategy becomes a key player in this game. If you have any tips or tricks on how to play this game let us know below. Give the card game Five Crowns a try!

If you can have the lowest number of points after playing all eleven hands of the game then you'll be the winner.

You'll get two 58-card decks and the official Five Crowns game rules and instructions.

Five Crowns Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Five Crowns dice-card rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Five Crowns.

Five Crowns Reviews, Comments, Questions

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Ron says:

When can you start the runs
Nina says:

Do you need a discard to go out
Valerie says:

Can you combine books and runs in one hand or is it one or the other?
tim says:

how many cards do you get at the start of five crowns?
fran says:

it seems quite a few players have this question. Do you have to have two naturals to use a wild card? We play that you do need two naturals. Thanks.
larry says:

what happens if someone only has one card left.
linda ma says:

this game is fun
Edna says:

What do you do when you have a tied game
Graham says:

can I combine runs and books ie 5, 6, 7, 7, 6, 5 Long running argument with my wife as she says I cant descend from 7, 6, 5
Julie Taylor says:

What happens if there is a tie at the end of a game? Are there two winners or is an extra hand player to determine the winner?
Shirley says:

If someone accidentally discards a wild card who gets that card from the discard pile?
Barry says:

At the end of all rounds played and there is a tie. Who wins or are extra hand(s) played.
Al says:

can I make a play with this run, 2-J of spade, 1-queen of spade and 1-king of spade and can I make a play with this book, 2-ten of hearts, 1-ten of diamonds and 1-ten of spades, also can I play two wild cards with 1-natural card?
Lorraine says:
07-09-2017 me 3 cards, a joker,a 3(wild card) and a queen. Can I go out with this hand or do I need 2 queens and 1 wild card or 1 joker to go out?
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