'Too Bad, So Sad' Card Game (Part 2)
Playable Cards (Value Columns)
A card can be placed next to a card if it is of the same suit and is one value larger or smaller than a card card on the table.
An Ace is placed on the lowest end of the continuum (before a 2) yet it also connects to a King on the highest end.
Playable Cards (Suite Rows)
A card of the same value yet different suit can be place immediately above or below a card on the table. Once a particular suit has been laid on the table, a card of the same suit cannot be placed in another row. This will restrict the continuum grid height to four cards.
A suite in the top row does not connect to a suite in the bottom row. For example, If the 7 of Spades is in the top row and the 5 of Clubs is in the bottom row, the 7 of Clubs cannot yet be played until certain other cards are played first to physically connect them.
Playable Cards (Jokers)
A Joker (wild card) may be laid down to represent any card that has not yet been played. In order for the actual card (the one the Joker represents) to be played later, the player of the actual card takes the Joker and substitutes the actual card in its place.
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