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Gold Card (card game)
The Gold Card Game is a card game where players agree to take turns joining their friends for a fun activity. The object of the game is for players to encourage their friends or significant others to expand their horizons and try new things. This game was initially created at Middlebury College by Evans Love in 2010.
There are two primary variations of the game:
- Friends Version
- Significant Other / Favors Version
This version of the game, often called the "Red Card Game" (as it can be played using red instead of gold cards), may be played by any number of players. However, a group of 4-6 works best. Initially the group decides on a time frame for the game to be played (1 month, 1 school semester, etc.). Next, each player is dealt 1 "red card" which may only be used one time and then must be discarded.
When a player uses their card, they become the VIP for the day. Every other player playing the game must drop whatever they are doing and join the VIP for an activity. The activity can be anything from frisbee golf, to poker night, to going on a hike... the possibilities are endless.
Significant Other / Favors Version
This version of the game must be played by two players. Initially the couple decides on a time frame for the game to be played (1 month, 1 school semester, etc.). Next, a coin is flipped to determine which player is dealt the "gold card." Unlike the "Friends Version" (see above), in the Significant Other / Favors Version there is only 1 "gold card" between the pair. When the card is used, it is simply swapped back and forth between the players in exchange for favors or requiring the partner to join in a specified activity.
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- * Parlett, David (2018), The Oxford guide to card games: a historical survey, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-214165-1
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