Fuji flush game rules – how to play fuji flush

By: Dennis B. B. Taylor


Hey there, let’s talk about Fuji Flush! It’s this awesome card game that you’re gonna love. Fuji Flush uses a deck of 90 cards. These cards have numbers ranging from 2 to 20, but there are no 10’s, 13’s, 17’s, 18’s, or 19’s. So, it’s a bit different from your usual deck of cards, right?

Getting Started with the Game

Are you ready to play? Great, let me explain to you how to set up the game.

First, we need to shuffle the cards. If there are 3 to 6 players, each person will receive six cards. But if there are 7 to 8 players, then each player will get five cards instead.

Now, take the remaining cards and place them face down. This will be our draw pile for the game.

Fuji flush game rules - how to play fuji flush

The Game

Alright, let’s figure out who goes first. Pick a card from your hand and place it face up in front of you. It can be any card you like.

Now it’s time for the others to take their turn. Going around the table to the left, each player will choose a card from their hand and place it face up in front of them.

Playing a Higher Card

When someone plays a card that has a higher rank than the ones played before it, those previous cards are beaten. They’re out of the game now and get tossed into a discard pile near the draw pile. Consider them all flushed down the drain! Anyone who had to flush their cards will have to draw one card from the draw pile and add it to their hand.

If a card is played that has the same rank or is higher than the cards already on the table, it stays in play.

Fuji flush game rules - how to play fuji flush


When it’s my turn, if my card is still in front of me on the table, I’ve managed to push that card through. Now I can get rid of it without having to draw another card. And just like that, my hand is one card smaller. Then it’s time for me to take my turn and play one card from my hand onto the table.


If someone plays a card with a number that has already been played to the table by someone else, those cards come together to form a higher number. Any cards with a lower rank than that combined number (except for the ones that were combined) are simply flushed down the drain. The players who had to flush their cards out of the game have to draw new ones, and the game continues.

When you play a card that has the same value as a previous combination, you don’t add it to that combination. Only cards with the same rank are added together.

Once you “push through” with your card and become part of a combination, other players who have cards with the same rank also push theirs through. This happens in order, one player at a time. They don’t get to draw cards. The player who pushed through first gets to take their regular turn.

Fuji flush game rules - how to play fuji flush

Ending the Game

Here’s how we end the game: keep playing until someone manages to get rid of all the cards in their hand and the card that’s face up in front of them.


So, who wins? The first player to get rid of all their cards is declared the winner. And get this, they can even win while someone else is taking their turn. It’s pretty cool, right? And guess what? It’s also possible for multiple players to win at the same time. Talk about a thrilling finish!

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