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There are special combinations of value and scoring of cards in Boymate10. On the scoreboard, the smallest of the cards is 1, the largest is 100. In the game consisting of 54 cards, there are 13 geometric shaped cards with points written on each of four colors.  Unlike these, there are 2 more cards named boymate10, which gave its name to the game, which has 10 points when alone, and 50 points when with another card._cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

One of the basic rules that are effective in the calculation of the score of the game is the rule of collecting the points of the cards of the same suit. Here, while boymate10 completes the small card to 50 points, if the color of the other card is the same, 50 is added together to calculate the total score.

For example, if the point value of the two cards in blue is 1 and 8, the boymate10 card is also discarded.

A card with a value of 1 combines with boymate10 and becomes 50 points, an additional 8 points are added, and a total of 50+8 hand points becomes 58 points.

If the colors of the cards are different, if there is boymate10, the total will be 50p. This rule happens when you don't have a 100 point card. When there are 100 points, if the color of the other card is different, boymate10 will score 10 points and a total of 110 points, while if the color of the card is the same, the score will be 100+50=150 points.

For example :

100 yellow cards and 1 blue card and boymate10=110 points;

100 yellow cards and 1 yellow card and boymate10=150 points.

There is no need to memorize them one by one. It is enough to try to strategize using the same breeds. And it is necessary to know that boymate10 has two point values.

Trying to find the bonuses that give the game's skeleton task to the scoring system requires strategy and thinking in the flow of the game. When the total point value of the 2 or   3 cards selected is 10, they form a whole and the total point value is 50 points. If two cards have a total value of 10 and the other card is the same suit, 50 points are added to the point value of the other card.

For example: 3 Blue and 7 Blue and 9 Blue are scored, 3 and 7=50 points and 9 points for a total of 50+9=59 points.

While trying to get high points and leave high card point values to the next hands, it is tried to guess the next card and get a high score from the opponent. In a 9-handed hand, each winner earns 50 hand points, excluding his own card points.

The last hand is a surprise and the hand points are 150 points.

At the end of the game, additional average points are calculated next to the points on the leaderboard.

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