Lucky Pirate Card Game

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Avast ye card lovers! Lucky Pirate is a fun game that is quick and easy to play. Whether you have a few minutes or a few hours, this is a game that can conjure up enough angst that you will find yourself hollering at your mates as you mix strategy and serendipity to strive to be the first to get rid of your cards.

Co-owner of Pirates Lair, Michael Brown, was recently invited to a Lucky Pirate tournament by creator, Dan DuPont. He had so much fun playing with Dan's children, friends and family, that we had to offer the game to our Pirates Lair family. This game is great fun for any family, young and old. Buy a few decks and make it into a tournament and you'll have a whole house full of entertainment!

EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITY: The first 12 decks have been signed by creator Dan DuPont. Order yours today to get a signed deck or ye may have to walk the plank without one!


Lucky Pirate Rules (See bottom of page for video instructions)

  • The goal of the game is to get rid of all of your cards (first the hand, then the ups, then the downs)

  • Play begins when the person left of the dealer plays their first card(s) into the middle to form a discard pile.  You may discard more than one of any card if you have pairs or 3 of a kind. The person to the left of that player can play a card of equal or greater value.  

  • If you have the ability to play, you must play (you can’t pick up a pile because there are good cards available).

  • 3 of any number played consecutively either by one player or by multiple players (without being interrupted by a Porthole), clears the pile.  1 or 2 numbers followed by a Porthole (copy) then 1 or 2 more of the same number will NOT clear the pile because 3 of the same number are not played consecutively.

  • If a player doesn’t have a card that can either match or have a higher value of the card on top of the discard pile when it is their turn to play, that player must pick up the “pile” to add to the cards in their hand.

  • As “up” cards are played, and “down” cards are revealed, one can choose to play a “down” card, but they are chosen blind.  Once you look at a “down” card, you are committed to that card, so if it doesn’t beat the card in play, the player must pick up the pile and the “down” card into their hand.

  • The game is won when a player discards all of their cards (first hand, then “ups,” then “downs”)

  • First to 5 wins  = a tournament victory

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