Wild Sequence

Wild Sequence

It can be played with two players or two teams. If playing in teams be sure to divide the players evenly. Alternate players around the board, so that teammates are sitting opposite each other.

Before play begins. Before you begin, lay the board out in front of all the players. Each player or team should choose one color of chips. Players should cut the deck, with the lowest card going first. Aces are high. The dealer will deal out the same number of cards to each player. In the case of two players, each player gets 7 cards. In the case of two teams, each player gets 6 cards. The remaining cards form the draw pile to use through the game.

Always, begin the game with the player that drew the lowest card during the cut and continue in a clockwise direction.

On your turn. Your turn will consist of four steps. First, select a card from your hand that is vacant on the board. Second, discard this chosen card face up in the pile. Third, place one of your colored chips on the matching space on the game board. Last, draw a new card from the deck. Once you have taken your turn, you must remember to take a card from the deck. In the Wild Sequence game rules it states that if you fail to take a card before the next player takes their turn you lose the right to draw a new card and must finish the game with less cards.

Special spaces. The game board has four special spaces. One in each corner. These spaces are bonus spaces. When using a corner only four additional cards are necessary to complete a sequence. More than one player can use the same corner space. For example: it can be used in both a horizontal sequence for one team and a diagonal sequence for another.