Welcome to All or Nothing Cards

ALL or NOTHING is now available!

Click here to order All or Nothing.

It has taken a long (long) time to develop and perfect, but now, you too can play the card game that will make you flip!

All or Nothing is a fast-paced, trick-taking game with many twists and turns. The 48-card game of four suits comes in a plastic case and is appropriate for 3-6 players, singly, or 3 or 4 teams of 2 players each, for ages 8-108.

Bidding is easy: you agree to either take all of the tricks, or none of the tricks. The play is just as easy: each player plays one card from their hand, following the suit of the first card lead. If you bid Nothing, try not to take any tricks. If you bid All, try to take all the tricks. Nothing to it, or is there?

Along with four suits of cards numbered 1-10, each custom-designed deck also includes four All cards and four Nothing cards. As All and Nothing cards are un-suited, they may be played at any time. While each All card starts off as the highest card you can play, and each Nothing card starts off as the lowest card you can play, either can be flipped to the other state by the play of a flipper card on the trick. The cards that will flip each All (2s and 10s) and each Nothing (1s and 9s) are shown on the particular All or Nothing card. This makes Alls and Nothings very powerful and very scary at the same time. Check out the rules for more of an explanation.

Need a testimonial?

"Oh, wow, this game is fun!" ~ Robert Spiller, Mystery Author

Click The Rules tab above for, you guessed it, the rules.

To print your own score sheets, click the Score Sheet tab above.

Click here to order All or Nothing.

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