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Condor Alumni Trump Card Game

Celebrate 70 years of Condor supporting cycle sport and play our Alumni Trump card game.

Condor and cyclists in 1951

Cycle sport is part of the ethos at Condor, we want to inspire people to take part in it and support those you are born with incredible talent.

We created a trump-style card game to celebrate the 10th Tour of Britain in 2014. The game is as relevant now in our 70th anniversary year as ever, its the perfect way to wind down after a summer ride.

Condor Alumni Trump Card Game

Each rider in the game has been drawn and painted in watercolour by our designer, Ben Spurrier. To play, all you need to do is download the PDF of the game and cut out the trump cards.

Download the Condor Alumni Trump card game.

How to Play

Condor Alumni Trump Card Game

To start the game, shuffle and deal all the cards face down. Each player holds their cards so that they can see the top card only.

The player to the dealer's left starts by reading out a category from the top card (e.g. panache, value 90) The other players then read out the same category from their cards. The one with the best or highest value wins, and that player collects all the top cards, including their own, and moves them to the bottom of their pile. It is then their turn again to choose a category from the next card.

If two or more cards share the top value or data is not available for that particular subject then all the cards are placed in the middle and the same player chooses again from the next card. The winner of the hand takes the cards in the middle as well.

The person with all the cards at the end is the winner.

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