Pegs and Jokers is a North American race
game that can be played by four, six or eight players. The
game is played with playing cards and pegs
that move around a board.
Pegs and Jokers has
its origins in an Indian race game called Pachisi and was later
developed into the American game, Sorry.
Typically played with
standard playing cards and a home made board, players are grouped into to teams
and given five pegs.
The object is to move all the
pegs from the Start area to the Home area first. Players are to
draw six cards, play a card of their choice and move their
pegs according to the value of the card. The
Jack, Queen, and King cards hold a value of ten while the numbered cards share
the value of the number on the card. If a peg lands on an
opponent's peg, the opponent's peg is required to move back to the start area.
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