# What is the card game garbage?

## What is the card game garbage?

Garbage is typically played with two players. Each player deals ten cards face down in front of them, making two rows of five. She counts to her sixth card, removes it and places the six face-up in its location. Then she looks at her new card and sees where she can place it.

## How do you win garbage?

A player wins when the cards are all face-up and in sequential order from Ace to ten, with any Kings or Jokers in the appropriate wildcard slots. At this point, the player wins the round. Next, the other players have one more turn to try to fill their layouts. A winning hand of garbage with no jokers used.

How do you play Bakers Dozen?

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### Why is 13 A Bakers Dozen?

In 13th century England, a law was enacted which prevented bakers from cheating customers and selling light loaves of bread. To prevent themselves from getting in trouble with the law, bakers would give an extra loaf for every dozen purchased to make up for any potential shortfall.

### Why is a bakers dozen 13 instead of 12?

There are a few theories as to why a baker’s dozen became 13, but the most widely accepted one has to do with avoiding a beating. Bakers who were found to be “cheating” their customers by overpricing undersized loaves were subject to strict punishment, including fines or flogging.

What does a baker’s dozen mean?

13

#### What is a baker’s half dozen?

bakers half dozen(Noun) Seven, a group of seven.

#### Why eggs are sold by dozen?

Under a system that came to be known as English units, which was a combination of old Anglo-Saxon and Roman systems of measurement, eggs were sold by the dozen. It made sense to sell them that way because one egg could be sold for a penny or 12 for a shilling, which was equal to 12 pennies.

Why are there 12 eggs in a carton?