Game Help

Cool! You're in the right place to see how your Card Table works...

Step 1

When you first enter an unused Table, look at the lower left corner of your display - This is the Deal Control Centre - It's where every game starts.

Click "New Deck" to create a deck of cards.

nb. Before creating any deck, you can switch off Jokers and Auto Shuffle to suit your game needs

Click "Reset Game" to clear all cards from the game and start over.

Step 2

Now you have a deck of cards, the Deal Control Centre changes to give the Dealer access to the "Deal" button (and to adjust the deal quantity). - All players get access to the deck by clicking on  "Draw Card".

You can pass the Deal Control Centre to the next player at any time, by clicking on "Next Dealer" button.

Step 3

Once players have been dealt, their cards will appear in their "Hand"

To move your cards around inside your Hand, you can use "Drag'n Drop or Tap'n Point - whichever mode suits you (or your device) best. We try to detect what device you are using and pre-set the mode for you - but feel free to experiment! 
(nb. some devices do not support Drag'n Drop mode)

Your "seating" position in the game

Number of cards held

Change Control mode

Drag card by holding down left-mouse button on the card and move the mouse. Release mouse button to drop card in new location

Tap or click a card and it will glow yellow. Then tap or click where you want the card to drop.

Step 4

Cards that are dropped within the green baize Play Table Area are visible to all of your players.

Cards can be placed anywhere within the Play Area - the grey vertical guide bars are simply for, er... guidance.

If you wish, you can use the "Flip Tool" to turn any card face-down while it is in your Hand or in the Play Area.

To draw a new card from the deck, tap or click on "Draw Card". A new card will appear on the deck. Then, simply move the new card into your Hand or into the Play Area.

Use the "Flip Tool" to turn cards over

Name badges appear when your players log in to the game, and this also represents the order in which players are "seated".

Chat window lets players communicate in the game

Status line keeps you informed of game play