How to Play Kings Corners. Kings Corners is a multiplayer card game that's similar to solitaire. Like solitaire, the object of the game is to get rid of all your cards. Rules for the drinking game King's Cup. learning about each other's wild side. This is the perfect game to play when you are meeting a new group of people. Play a card from your hand on one of the foundation piles. Place a king from your hand to start a new foundation pile in an empty space. We engrave it too! The target score to end the game is Newsletter Get the best of HowStuffWorks by email. Asshole Anchor Man Baseball Brain Damage Black jack Club Circle of Death Flip Cup Fuck The Dealer High or Low Jenga Kings Quarters Questions. Last one seated drinks. Change the 6 rules. If your deck of cards came with jokers, extra cards, or instruction cards, remove them from the deck so there are only the 52 standard cards. Every time they put their thumb on the table, all the other players must do so too. If any player has a turn but cannot discard any cards, that player pays another chip into the pot. This ends your turn. In nearly every variation, 3 is me. The last person who places their thumb has to drink. Once you're done, discard the card and move on to the next player, who draws. This person has to chug whatever is in the Kings Cup. Now that is the new direction and all "drivers" who turn that way must say "Vroom" until a "driver" decides to "skert" it back again. Some people play with 10 for Categories instead. Shuffle the deck to mix up the cards before dealing. Then turn the four top cards over, placing one on each of the four sides of the deck — to the north, south, east, and west. Some people play with 10 for Categories instead. Win a Serafina and the Splintered Heart Book Prize Pack! This continues until someone else draws an 8. If a player draws a 4, they have permission to use a permanent marker to draw a dinosaur on the face of another player. When a pile is completed and contains all the cards from king to ace, that pile can be shuffled back into the deck in the center. You've been added to the mailing list.