If two or more people call "snap pool" at the same time, the player pile that matches the snap pool in question is added to it.
Alternatively, problems with simultaneous calls can be solved by having an object in the middle of the table, which is to be grabbed by anyone calling snap.
If you have no cards left at all, you are out of the game. When turning up cards, you are not allowed to peek at your card before the other players can see it.
If several people try to put their hands on the object.
the one whose hand is underneath, inm contact with the object, is clearly the first.
In single pile snap, the players may be required to slap the centre pile when calling snap.
When several do this, the player whose hand is underneath gets the pile. In this variant of Snap, which is suitable for about four to eight players, each player chooses a different animal at the start of the game.
The first to do so correctly wins the other player's pile and places it under their own.
The winner is the player who has most cards when the deck runs out.
At your turn you simply turn the top card of your face-down pile and place it face-up alongside.
In this way each player forms a pile of face-up cards beside their face-down pile. " takes both matching face-up piles and adds them face-down to the bottom of their face-down pile.
It is a rare example of a card game of almost pure skill, the skills required being accurate observation and quick reactions.
Snap seems to have first appeared towards the end of the 19th century, perhaps originating as a simplified but in some ways more exciting version of Snip Snap Snorum.
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