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Macau, also spelled Makaua or Macaua, is a Hungarian version of Crazy Eights, where players play a single card in sequence in a manner similar to Uno. Unlike Uno, however, Makaó is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. Makaó also involves bluffing so that the players do not necessarily have to play a card if they wish to save it for higher points later. Cheating is encouraged in order to make gameplay more varied and enjoyable.

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  • Macau, also spelled Makaua or Macaua, is a Hungarian version of Crazy Eights, where players play a single card in sequence in a manner similar to Uno. Unlike Uno, however, Makaó is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. Makaó also involves bluffing so that the players do not necessarily have to play a card if they wish to save it for higher points later. Cheating is encouraged in order to make gameplay more varied and enjoyable. When playing the game, the player that has one last card, cannot end the game with a 2 or 3 while playing in two, if the player has 2 cards which are the same, e.g 2 of spades and 2 of hearts, they calls double Macau, however if the other player holds a card that is also a 2 of diamonds , the first player has to take pick up 6 cards from the deck. If played in a group, the player can end the game with a 2 and a 3. For example if one player is holding the last card, and the card is the 3 of spades, the next played must withdraw three cards unless they have a 2 to pass on to the next player, which will mean the next player must withdraw 5 cards from the deck. Summary: if you play Macau in two’s you can’t end with a 2,3, if you play in a group, you can end with any card. (en)
  • Makao – gra karciana, w której może uczestniczyć praktycznie dowolna liczba uczestników. Stosownie do tej liczby należy (według uznania) rozgrywać grę odpowiednią liczbą talii. Dla 2–4 graczy zwykle wystarcza jedna talia 52 kart (od dwójek do asów). Nazwa pochodzi od portugalskiej kolonii w Chinach, Makau, a jej zasady zbliżone są do gry UNO. Gra ta jest znana również poza Polską, a zasady różnią się w zależności od kraju. Podobnie i w Polsce gra ta nie posiada jednolitych reguł – różnice wynikają zwykle z regionalizacji (sposobu gry w makao na danym obszarze) bądź też ze źródła poznania zasad np. z internetu, książek itd. Różnice zwykle dotyczą tylko szczegółowych pojęć i funkcji kart, a podstawowe zasady i cel są wszędzie praktycznie takie same. (pl)
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  • Macau, also spelled Makaua or Macaua, is a Hungarian version of Crazy Eights, where players play a single card in sequence in a manner similar to Uno. Unlike Uno, however, Makaó is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. Makaó also involves bluffing so that the players do not necessarily have to play a card if they wish to save it for higher points later. Cheating is encouraged in order to make gameplay more varied and enjoyable. (en)
  • Makao – gra karciana, w której może uczestniczyć praktycznie dowolna liczba uczestników. Stosownie do tej liczby należy (według uznania) rozgrywać grę odpowiednią liczbą talii. Dla 2–4 graczy zwykle wystarcza jedna talia 52 kart (od dwójek do asów). (pl)
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  • Macau (card game) (en)
  • Makao (gra karciana) (pl)
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