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I need the rules to playing Hand and Foot card game. Please send rules only. Thank you!

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Card Games Hand and Foot

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1) Either divide the chips up equally between all of the players, or if you are playing for money, each player buys chips. Each round starts with every player placing one chip on each section of the Tripoley board. The sections of the board are:
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3) The players who have "money cards" now collect the chips in each section. In the basic game the money cards are all Hearts, with the exception of the 8-9-10. For example, the player with the Queen of Hearts collects the chips in that section. The only section that may be a tie is the 8-9-10 section. If this is the case, the players who tie split the chips.

4) Each player then chooses their best 5 card poker hand for the next round. The dealer opens the action by checking or betting. Play continues to the left with each player either folding, calling the bet or raising. Once the last player to act calls, the best poker hand wins the pot section and all of the bets. In the case of a tie, they are split.

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