Racko Game

Racko / Rack-O Game Rules

Racko Instructions / How To Play

Average Price: $10.00
Playing Time: 30 min.
Ages: 8+
Players: 2 - 4

Racko is a classic card game that has been played by families since the 1950s. This fun game will have payers young and old playing to be the first to get their Racko. Players randomly put ten cards on their rack. Then the race begins to see who can get them is sequential order by trading them out one by one. The first player to get all ten cards in numerical sequence wins the game.

This may sound simple, but we'll see about that when you have other players trying to do the same thing and using the cards that you need. Playing Racko takes a lot of concentration, skillful play, and some luck. Have all of these? If you do, you'll win the game of Racko. Check out Racko for a fun game that the whole family can enjoy.

To become the master at the game of Racko swap out the cards in your rack one by one. In each round, be the first to get them in progression from low to high and go Racko.

Your Racko game should include a deck of 50 racko cards, 2 card racks, and the complete Racko game rules and instructions.

Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Racko rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the origianl packaging on how to play Racko.

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Deb says:

We picked up this game as we headed out on our vacation and played it a ton. We read through all the game rules first before playing so it was much easier to get started. I didn't know there was different versions for this game. I'll have to look into that.
Sam says:

Pretty easy game to learn how to play. I prefer Racko over most other card games. The rules are well written and the game play is challenging and fun. Most don't know how to play but once you learn it is a good one to keep around.
nancy says:

I love Racko its sooo much fun!
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