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    CAH EXP.3 Cards against humanity

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    The third expansion to Cards Against Humanity features 100 new cards – 25 black question/statement cards and 75 white answer cards – to be used with the base game, in addition to 12 blank cards. In this card game, players take turns being the Card Czar,... Lire la suite

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    The third expansion to Cards Against Humanity features 100 new cards – 25 black question/statement cards and 75 white answer cards – to be used with the base game, in addition to 12 blank cards.

    In this card game, players take turns being the Card Czar, which means they read a black question card or a fill-in-the-blank statement card. The other players then select a white answer card from the ten in hand that they think best or most humorously fits the question/statement. The Card Czar then shuffles the answers and chooses the one he likes best, with that answer’s owner receiving the black card as his “awesome point” for winning the round.

    Once a player has at least one awesome point, he can wager an awesome point when giving a white answer card in order to throw in a second answer card, theoretically giving him a better chance to be chosen. The winner of the round receives the original black card as well as any that are wagered in that round.

    Play continues until a pre-determined score is reached, or until everyone is tired from laughing so hard.

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