Durak is a card game that is popular in post-Soviet states. The objective of the game is to get rid of all one's cards when there are no more cards left in the deck . Rules for the popular Russian card game Podkidnoy Durak (Fool with throwing in ). Durak (Russian for Stupid). This rules rendition by Alejandro Tkaczevski. Object. Not to lose. There is no single winner, but there is a single loser. The last player.
Throw-in (36 cards); Passing (36 cards); Throw-in (52 cards); Other games. Give up; Offer draw; New game. Throw-in (36 cards); Passing (36 cards); Throw-in. Durak (Russian дурак, meaning "fool") is one of the most popular card games in Russia and Eastern Europe, although it is occasionally seen in the West as well. Durak is the name of the most popular card game in Russia. Durak means fool and it refers to the person who loses the game. There are two variations of Durak: .
This game has no winner - only a loser. Durak is played with 32 cards: the A, K, Q , J, 10, 9, 8, 7 and 6s from a standard 4-suit card deck are used. At the start. Durak is a unique and fun card game that originated in Russia. While uncommon outside this area, the game is very popular in many areas of Russia and the.