Game Instructions - for any number of players
All Maths Trumps cards are shared equally among participants. If any cards are left over, then they should be set aside for the winner of the first round to claim.
The player with the highest numbered card (the number at the top left corner) chooses a category from their first card.
All players answer the question on their own first card for the chosen category. Players should be encouraged to demonstrate their calculations etc. on a separate sheet of paper.
Answers should then be checked with those provided on the ‘Answer Card’. The winner of the round is the player whose correct answer is numerically larger than the correct answers of each of their opponents.
If there is a tie, or if all players obtain incorrect answers, the cards are placed aside for the winner of the next round to claim.
The winner of each round has the option of asking any opponent to read out (or show) their ‘bonus‘ question. If the winner of the round can correctly answer the bonus question, then they win an extra card from each of their opponents. If they cannot answer the question, all cards for that round are placed aside for the winner of the next round to claim.
The game continues in this manner, with the winner of each round choosing the category for the next round.
The winner is the player who claims all cards first, or the player who has the most cards at the end of an agreed time limit.
Note: To avoid a situation where the easiest category is repeatedly being chosen, no category is allowed to be chosen in consecutive rounds. Furthermore, all categories must be used during the course of a game.
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