# How do you play Pusoy Chinese poker?

## How do you play Pusoy Chinese poker?

Each player’s top hand is compared to his or her opponents’ top hand, the middle to the middle, and the bottom to the bottom. A player will win or lose points, based on how his or her hand measures up. The three hands are scored and compared as regular poker hands. The bottom and middle are regular five-card hands.

How do you play Hoy the card game?

The Dealer shuffles the large print deck of cards and ask a participant to ‘cut’ the deck. The Dealer places the deck of cards on the table, face down. One card at time is turned over and called out and shown to participants. The game continues until a player gets a full house and calls out “HOY!”

### What is the game hoy?

Hoy is a simple bingo like game to play in groups from 2 people upwards. The idea is for a player to match all their cards on their sheet to the cards the dealer turns over to become a winner.

How do you arrange Pusoy cards?

The highest “front” hand is three aces, and the lowest is 2-3-4. In Pusoy, each player receives a 13 card hand from a standard 52 card deck. Each player then has to divide their cards into three poker hands: – Two containing five cards each, we call them “the middle” and “the back”.

## How do you win in Chinese poker?

If one player wins all of the rows — top, middle, and bottom — that player gets 6 points (not just 3), 1 point each for winning all 3 hands, plus 3 bonus points. To win all three hands is to “scoop” your opponent.

How do you win Pusoy?

Basic scoring rules dictate that a player collects one unit from each opponent whose front, middle or back hand is beaten by their own corresponding hand. Thus, unlike most poker games, being second-best at the table is good enough to win money.

### What is 13 unique same suit in Chinese poker?

When you get 13 unique cards you will get 13 points. When you get 13 unique same suit cards, you will get points, which are the highest point in this game and you will winpoker.

What is Pusoy dragon?

The 13-card straight is known as a Dragon (Yi Tiao Long: 一条龙) and wins 13 units (or according to some players 26 units). Six and a half pairs, three straights, or three flushes each worth 3 units as usual.

## How do you play 41?

Deal four cards face down to each player. Allow each player to pick up his own cards and look at them. Explain to the players that the goal of 41 is to score as many points as possible. Points are accumulated by adding up all the cards of the same suit and calculating their combined face value.