Crazy Gin is a family game that has been taught for generations. The card game consists of ten "contracts" that must be filled in-order. Each of these contracts gets increasingly harder to fulfill. The first person to fill all ten contracts wins the game. But it sounds much easier than it is as the game is highly competitive and can last for hours.
The rules of the game were never written down, but rather passed down via word-of-mouth, but the contracts were handwritten and scanned by my mother and were difficult to read and understand. I took the contracts and basic rules and created these cards to help players understand the game. Each of the contracts is clearly defined in-order and an exemplary illustration of what each hand might look like are shown. At the end of each round, points are totaled based on the cards left in a players hand, the value of each card is also shown.