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BARE FOOT SHUFFLE – To begin each Round all cards are placed face down in the middle of the table and thoroughly mixed. Each player draws two groups of eleven cards and passes them to the player on the left. The remaining cards are gathered and placed in the middle of the table as a draw pile.

CUT FOR HIGH CARD – Player to cut the highest Numbered Card from the draw pile starts Round one.

HAND – Player picks up either one of the two groups of eleven cards given to them at the start of each Round. These cards will be referred to as their Hand.

FOOT – The remaining group of eleven cards given to a player at the start of each Round will be the player’s Foot. It will remain face down until all the cards from the player's Hand have been played.

ROUND – BARE FOOT-N-WILD is played in five rounds. Each round begins with a Bare Foot Shuffle and has a specified number of points required to Meld. The first player to play both, his or her Hand and Foot ends the Round.

TURN - A player must draw two cards from the draw pile to begin his or her Turn and must have a discard to end his or her Turn. All discards are placed in a discard pile face up next to the draw pile.

MELD – Meld is a combination of Sets with enough point value for a player to open or place his or her cards face up on the table. A player only needs to Meld once in each Round. From then on a player may play any Set he or she has in their Hand, regardless of its value, or they may play a single card from their Hand on an existing Set.

NUMBERED CARDS – Numbered Cards are those cards numbered one through twelve. Notice cards ten, eleven and twelve are numbered in such a way that they can be read horizontally when placed in Sets or vertically when they are held close together in your Hand of Foot.

WILD CARDS – Wild Cards are those cards which have a blue or red foot in the upper left-hand corner. They may be used with a pair of Numbered Cards to make a Dirty Set, on any other established Dirty Set provided there is one more Numbered Card in the Set than Wild Cards, or they may be played on a Clean Set just to get rid of a Wild Card or used to make a Dirty Stack to collect additional bonus points. Note: Once a player has enough cards to make a Clean Stack or a Dirty Stack, no more Wild Cards may be added to the stack. Wild Cards can never be added to Clothing Sets or Clothing Stacks.

CLOTHING CARDS – Clothing Cards are those cards which display a shoe or sock.

CLEAN SET – A Clean Set contains three or more of the same Numbered Cards.

DIRTY SET – A Dirty Set contains three or more of both Numbered Cards and Wild Cards. They must contain at least one more Numbered Cards than Wild Cards.

CLOTHING SET – A Clothing Set contains three or more Clothing Cards. Both shoes and socks are played in the same Clothing Set. No Wild Cards may be played in a Clothing Set. If a player starts a Clothing Set he or she may not end the Round until he or she has completed a Clothing Stack

CLEAN STACK - A Clean Stack is a Set with seven Numbered Cards. The cards are then placed in a Stack and a gray Numbered Card is placed on top to signify a Clean Stack. Additional Numbered Cards may be placed at the bottom of the Stack. No Wild Cards may be played in a Clean Stack.

DIRTY STACK - A Dirty Stack is a set with of both Numbered Cards and Wild Cards. The cards are then placed in a Stack and a black Numbered Card is placed on top to signify a Dirty Stack. Additional Numbered Cards may be placed at the bottom of the Stack, but no more Wild Cards may be added to the Stack..

CLOTHING STACK - A Clothing Stack is a Set with seven Clothing Cards. Both shoes and sock are played in the same Clothing Stack. The cards are then placed in a Stack and a sock is placed on top of a Stack and a sock is placed on top to signify a Clothing Stack. Only seven Clothing Cards may be in a Stack. Additional Clothing Cards must be discarded. No Wild Cards may be placed in a Clothing Stack.

BARE FOOT - When a player is Bare Foot he has no Clothing Cards in his Foot.

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