|2 - 5 players|
|average 30 minutes|
|Published in 1998|
|View on boardgamegeek.com|
In Ohio all players start with an identical hand of cards, numbers 1-10 plus one "Ohio" card. After the lead, on your turn you must either pass or play a lower card; when everybody else passes, the last player to have played a card collects for purposes of end-of-game scoring the whole pile of cards (which for convenience will be called a trick) and then has the lead. The Ohio card is deemed always just a little lower than the last card played, so if a 2 is played and then an Ohio card (or two or three Ohio cards), a 1 would still be lower. When one person plays his last card, finish the trick and calculate the scores. Ohio cards count negative 10; all others their face value. Cards still in hand count negative (including Ohio card which is negative 10 if still in hand). Highest total wins.
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