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Phase 10 Game

Phase 10 Game Rules


Phase 10 Game Instructions


Average Price: $6.00
Playing Time: 1+ Hours
Ages: 8+
Players: 2 - 6
(50.02%) (415 Votes)

Summary:
Phase 10 is similar to Rummy but has a fun and challenging twist. In Phase 10, there are ten phases each player must complete in order to become the winner. Each phase is different and more challenging. If you can complete your phase during each round you can move on to the next. If you don't, your stuck on that phase until you do.

Phase 10 is a great portable card game that doesn't take long to learn how to play. Each round is ended by another player so things can get heated up as players end rounds you aren't done with. Try playing the classic card game Phase 10 today!

Object:
To be the first player to complete all 10 Phases. In case of a tie, the player with the lowest score is the winner.

Contents:
Phase 10 will have reference cards, one deck of 108 cards and the Phase 10 game rules and instructions.

Phase 10 Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Phase 10 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 Phase 10.


Phase 10 Comments

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Johny says:
08-13-2015

Fun game if you want something to play but still be able to talk to your friends. We played this for a couples night. Rules are pretty self explanatory and learning how to play is very easy.
Hope says:
07-27-2015

Say a person discards a wild card into the discard pile, can the next person pick it up?
scott says:
01-15-2014

How do you play out of the draw pile and what do you do when the skip card is laying on top of the cards you want to pick up
Maryann says:
01-09-2014

after a player achieves his phase can he add other items? Example: 2 sets of 3 - then could he add another set of 3 in the same hand?
Jenny says:
10-14-2013

We play this game a lot and have come up with different phases that aren't in the game rules. Some or more difficult and some are easier depending on who we are playing with. We also alter the rules a little more when we're playing with kids involved.
jason says:
04-23-2011

we were going to play and some people have played it so that after you layed down your set you did not pick a card on your turn until you go out. Is this rule right?
Dee says:
12-27-2010

I'm somewhat puzzled I have been playing Phase 10 for about 6 years snd just the other day it was brought to my attention on the "skip" rules all this time I had the impression that any one person could be skipped only once during a"hand", but it was brought up that the rule reads during a "round" . Isnt that going to make the game longer and is that the "rule" during a "round" ALready it takes 6 hours or longer to complete the game.
Dee says:
12-27-2010

Why is it the game usually come with four(4) phase set cards, and the last games I purchased came with only two (2)?
helen says:
12-25-2010

if you have to make a run of four can you use 11, 12, 1, 2
sue says:
08-08-2010

we were going to play and some people have played it so that after you layed down your set you did not pick a card on your turn until you go out. Is this rule right?
molly says:
06-15-2010

it is the best game ever if u have more then 2 people because u can skip some one eles instead of only 1 other person
DAYONNA says:
04-07-2009

PHASE 10 IS LIKE THE BEST GAME THAT ANYONE COLD PLAY BUT SOME TIMES IT CAN GET HARD. I PLAY WITH MY FRIEND AND HER DAD AND HE'S IN THE MILITERY SO THATS HOW WE STARTED TO PLAY THE GAME, AND IT'S EVERY EASY TO KEEP SCORE.
Annette says:
03-14-2009

I love this game I learned to play it at my friends house. Bought some for my family and friends (tin can version) but it came without a score pad and I don't remember how to keep score from playing it once at my friends house, so a little disappointed at that.
 
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