The aim of the game is to get rid of all your cards.\nTo do this, the first player plays a card to start the trick. The other players may then play cards that are equal or superior to the card on top of the pile. If a player puts down a card that is equal to the card on top of the pile, the following player must skip a turn. When a 2 is played, the trick comes to an end, and a new trick begins.\n\nThe player who has played the highest card wins the trick and takes the cards. As in the first trick, the winning player then plays the card of his choice to start the second trick. He may also play a double, a triple or a four card burn, if possible. The other players should then follow with the same combination.\n\nThe first player to get rid of all his cards becomes President; in the next round, he receives the Poor guy’s two best cards. The 2nd-placed player becomes Vice-President; in the next round, he receives the Common guy’s best card. The 3rd-placed player (the Common guy) receives one card of the Vice-President’s choice, and the poor guy receives two cards of the President’s choice. \n\nThere are four rounds and the winner of the final round wins the game.