TRADE IN FIERA classic family card game From Negro
Any number of players can participate in the merchant's game at the fair: in fact, it succeeds as much fun and animated as the number is greater.
It is played with two identical decks of 40 or more cards each. The back of the two decks is different in color to distinguish them, for example blue and red. A different figure is represented on each card. Players discover the cards and arrange them in line in front of them. The cards left in the blue deck are auctioned, one or more cards at a time, at the auctioneer's liking, who must put all his spirit and eloquence into action to make the auction more fun. The rule is that, before handing the card over to the highest bidder, the auctioneer must repeat the call three times. The auctioneer will be able to offer the cards both by declaring the quantity, which al dark, that is, by hiding the cards at auction so that you do not know the quantity./p>
As soon as the auction is over, the sum collected (with mail and with auctions) is divided by prizes (usually there is a more important first prize and the others gradually lower).
They are chosen and placed on the table, covered, from 3 to 6 cards of the red deck (or at least the one not used previously) based on the number of participants, which will be the winning cards on which the prizes will be placed.
To maintain some suspense in the game, the baThe card will be the last to discover the covered cards in the red deck (the ones with the prizes), and first discover the losing cards in a way that increases the expectation of players. During the game the auctioneer can stop to allow players to trade (exchange cards) or trade cards left between players, the price of which will increase more and more as the game continues.
Merchant Playing Cards in Fair, No. 2 40-card decks for the classic merchant's game at the fair, printed on 320gr duplex cardboard, 66x100mm.