字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント R: So today we're here with Victor and Tomoko T: Hiiii! R: from Gimmeaflakeman. R: And we're gonna explain the rules of daifugo. Victor's never played before. V: I've never played! Can you believe it? R: So we're gonna teach him how to play. V: It's my pocket of ignorance. T: We'll teach you! R: It's our favorite Japanese card game! I love this game. V: There's no drinking involved? R: You can add drinking if you want. J: I'll go bring the alcohol. Umeshuu. R: Oh, okay! V: Oh, did you actually bring alcohol? J: Yes. V: I love this man! I love this man. Can I kiss him later? R: Go ahead. T: "Go ahead"... lol V: What is that? T: Great! V: Oh wow. J: Umeshuu (Japanese plum wine). V: So we need glasses, huh? J: We don't actually have to drink; it's a souvenir. V: Oh, okay. V: So the winner gets it, okay. R: Omiyage! J: It's just a souvenir. V: Souvenir, really? That's great. Thank you very much. J: Do you hold your licquor? V: I love licquor. J: Okay, cool. V: Can you believe that question? He's obviously never seen any of my videos. V: I'll give you this later [the go pro footage]. J: So, daifugo is... R: Can we see the cards now? J: Not really. J: Where should I begin? R: The number one rule is you want to get rid of your cards as fast as possible. R: And there's a whole chain of winners and losers. R: So it's not like someone wins and then the game is over. R: You keep going for 2nd place, 3rd place, and 4th place. J: And so there's a card heirarchy: The weakest card is 3. V: It's not 2? R: Yeah. J: It's 3. Then 4, 5, etc-- queen, king, ace, and then 2 is the strongest. R: The heirarchy is 3 is the lowest. And then it goes up until ace, and then 2 is the highest card. R: Although, there are special cards: two jokers, R: which you can play on top of the 2. Or, jokers can be any card, so it's like a wild. R: If you play a single joker on top of a 2, the only way to beat that joker is the 3 of spades. R: This is-- J: We'll go over the special rules later. R: Okay, should I wait? We'll do special rules later! J: Yes. V: So there are many different ways to play this game, huh? R: There are a lot of special rules, yeah. And you have to decide R: with people which rules you're gonna use before you start playing. J: So, if someone lays down a single card, the next person must also play a single card. R: You have to go up. V: Right. Only up. R: Yeah, and it can't be the same. If someone places a 3 you can't play 3 on top of it. J: It has to be higher. R: At least one higher. V: At least one. So it could be five? R: Yeah, you can play whatever you want R: as long as it's higher. V: Oh, okay. J: And then, if someone plays two cards, the next person also has to play two cards. R: If you're going to play more than one card, they have to be the same card as well. R: Unless... J: Hang on. R: Okay. J: And then, if someone plays three cards, the next person plays three. V: Same with four? R: Yes. J: I'll explain four cards later. V: Okay, so it's different. J: And for--how do you call this, suit? R: Mmhmm. Suits. J: For example, if I play two 3's and Rachel plays two 7's, and the suits are the same, J: See how the suits are the same? V: Yeah. J: If she does that, then you have to play the same suits. J: You have to play those same suits for the rest of the round. V: That's hard! R: Yeah, so this is one of the rules: If someone plays the same suit on top of another card, you have to continue playing that same suit for the rest of the hand. V: So these are both same suit. R: Yeah, and this works even if it's just a single card. R: If you played a 3 and then you played a 7, and it's the same suit, all the other cards after that have to be the same suit. V: But only if they're the same suit on the first card? R: Any card, and it's always the top card. R: So if someone played the 3, and then someone played the 7 here, and then someone else played the 10 of clubs, then you continue from the clubs after that. R: So it's always off of the top card. V: Okay. J: So here's another rule. For example, if I played a 3, Rachel plays a 7, and then Victor plays an 8, you call that "Hachigiri" (8-cut) and get rid of the card pile, and then Victor starts the next round. V: What's "hachigiri"? R: So, 8 is a special card. R: When you play 8 it ends the hand (round). V: Oh, every time you play 8. R: Every time you play an 8. But you can only play an 8 on a lower card. R: So you can't play an 8 on a queen or a jack. I've seen some people try to do that. V: Bastards. J: And if you can't put down any cards you can just pass. V: Okay. So what do you do in the beginning? You pass out all the cards one time? R: Yeah, everyone will be dealt an equal amount of cards. V: How many people can play this game? J&R: As many as you want. R: You can add more decks. T: It's more interesting with more people. V: Oh really? You can play like 2 decks, 3 decks? R: Yeah! T: School girls play like that. V: Oh really? J: Now I'll explain 3 special rules. The 1st is called "Stairs/Kaidan." J: For example, these cards are kind of high, but the jack, queen, and king of the same suit, as long as you have at least three cards, you can lay them down. J: The next person has to play three cards higher than this(K). V: It's a little bit like Uno, but instead of the same card... R: Yeah, so- V: THAT'S WHY!! When I teach kids Uno they always say, "Can we do stairs, too?" V: "What?! What are you talking about?? No! It's Uno!" V: They mean this! They're taking the rule from a different game. T: Stairs. R: So, yeah, they have to be the same suits, and typically you would start out with lower ones. R: And the stairs after this one don't have to be the same suit as the first stairs. R: They can be any suit. As long as the lowest card is higher than the highest card here. V: The lowest card... is highest? R: Is higher than... um, okay- V: But in this case it's impossible. R: Yeah, in this case it's impossible. J: The next rule is- V: Where did you learn this game? In college? R: No, when I studied abroad all of the foreign exchange students were playing it. R: Probably Jun taught them. J: I taught them all. V: And you gambled, right? J: Secretly. V: Secretly... We're playing strip poker today, Tomoko. J: If you play four cards, you call it "kakumei" (Revolution). And the card heirarchy reverses. V: If you play four cards. Only the 7's? Or anything? R: Anything. Any four cards. V: So if you play four cards, it changes the direction. J: So 2 becomes the weakest, and 3 becomes the strongest. R: And it's after this hand. If someone can play another four on top of this, then- V: It'll go back. J: Yeah, it'll go back to normal again. V: That must be really rare. R: It happens sometimes. V: This would be a good drinking game. J: And then the joker is a very useful card. It's basically the strongest card. J: It can play on top of the 2. R: It's the only card you can put on a 2. J: But if it's just a single joker, J: you can beat it with the 3 of spades. R: And you can't play anything on top of this 3. R: This 3 ends it, period. V: So the joker's the strongest. R: Yes. V: But, the 3 kills the joker. R: Just the 3 of spades. V: Only the 3 of spades? J: However, this is the lowest card, 3. V: Oh, right! Of course. Yes, yes, yes. J: So it's kind of a gamble if you want to keep it or not. R: And it only works on a single joker. Because sometimes people have 2. V: So your weakness becomes your strength! Just like life. J: But, for example, if you play two jokers, you can't use the 3 of spades. V: If you play 2... oh, right. Of course, of course. J: So these are the basic rules. J: And then, out of four people, the person who wins first is called "Daifugo." [大富豪] J: Daifugo means what--super rich man? R: Yeah. V: Big rich man. J: Next is fugo--relatively rich man. V: What's the kanji? Dai is big? T: Yes. [大] J: Fugo uses the kanji from "tomi." V: Okay, tomi. [富] J: Go uses... [豪] T: Australia's go. [豪州/Gōshū] V: All right. Just the big go. Okay, I got it. T: Fugo. J: And then, with three people the 3rd is hinmin. [貧民] It means poor person. J: And then the person in 4th is daihinmin. [大貧民] T: Daihinmin. J: And so daihinmin has to give their two strongest cards to daifugo in the next game. V: That sucks! The rich get richer! And the poor get poorer! R: And daifugo can give any two cards back to daihinmin. But they get to choose which cards to give back. V: This is a real capitalist game. J: It is. It really is. V: Cut throat. Okay, cool. J: If daihinmin has a joker, they have to give that up. J: After that it would be 2, ace, king, etc. V: Are you hiding the cards? R: Yeah, yeah. R: Hinmin and fugo exchange one card. J: Just one. J: Since there are a lot of rules, let's try to remember them as we play. T: I only played in elementary school! Those rules were a lot simpler! R: There's a lot of luck involved in what hand you're dealt. Once you get the rules down, then- V: Is this okay? Calories 55% off! J: Do you like umeshuu? V: Oh yeah, I love umeshuu! R&J: Great! V: Should I get some glasses? T: You might drink it all! V: Who starts? J: Let's do janken (rock-paper-scissors). V: I'm bad at janken. J&T: Janken PON! R: I-I don't know how it goes! [janken happening] J: Now you two do it. [more janken] V: You're it. T: So, 2st, 2nd 3rd, 4th. R: Oh, okay! V: She's first? R: That went way too fast for me. I didn't know what was happening. V: Yeah, I'm not good at that. So I guess I should order these in some sort of order. J: Yeah. V: So, ace... 2 is the highest, then ace, right? J: Yeah. J: Rachel put down two fives. R: Oh, we forgot to do the rule where if it's one higher than this, and R: it's the same suit, then it has to continue up with just one higher. R: So like if someone did the 6 of hearts and the 6 of diamonds after this, R: then the next set would HAVE to be the 7 of hearts and the 7 of diamonds. R: So only if it's the same suit and one number higher. J: Which rarely happens. R: It makes it interesting, though. And it does happen. V: Have you had breakfast? You've had breakfast. R: Mmhmm! V: I have't, so this is gonna be great. I can feel it. T: Do the next cards have to be a diamond and heart? J: Any of them are fine. T: So just two cards. R: I can see your cards, but I can help you. V: So I can do this, right? R: Yes! T: Wow!! J: If that had been a diamond, J: The next card would have to be the diamond and heart 7's. T: Right. J: But now anything is fine. T: Right, but I don't have anything. Pass. J: Pass. T: How many times can you pass? J: As many as you want. R: It's whenever you want, and you don't have to play something. R: Even if you can play something you can refuse and just pass. V: But from now on everyone is stuck to just two cards, right? R: Yeah, for just this hand here. V: What do you mean? Oh, this is just one hand and then you throw them away? R: Yeah, so once everyone passes- V: So it isn't like Uno where you have the same pile forever. R: Pass. V: My turn? R: Once you pass you can't go again for this hand. V: Oh really? R: Yeah. So, since I passed if it comes back to me I can't go anymore. T: Pass, pass. J: Pass. R: So since everyone else passed and you were the last person you get to lay down the next cards first. V: Oh, I get to lay it down. And it would be a good thing to start with a low card, right? J: Yes. V: Generally speaking. R: Generally, yep. Unless you're trying to reverse it. V: Oh, damn! I shouldn't have put that down. That's the one that can kill the joker. J: You don't know yet- R: -if someone's ever going to lay down a single joker. V: But it would potentially be a good card to have. T: I can put these cards down, right? J: Yeah. J: That's hachigiri. V&T: Oh, right! V: I was like, how did you do that?! V: So now I've gotta put down two cards, or... T: Rachel has a lot of doubles! T: Two, huh... Pass. J: Pass. V: That means you're up, right? R: I am up. R: Pass. R: You just laid it down so you already won. V: Oh, I didn't have to do that? R: No. Since everyone else passed, then... V: Oh, I see. R: It's already over. V: Okay. So I actually couldn't put these down? R: No. No, it's over immediately once everyone else passes. V: Okay. V: But now you see I have two aces. Aces up my sleeves R: I'm not looking. T: 7? Okay. V: So it's a thinking game. R: It is! It's so fun; I love this game. V: It's a lot more fun than Uno, I gotta say. R: Pass. V: You see the way he did that? He was like, "Look what I got." V: Okay, then I have to pass. T: Okay, pass. J: Yes! V: So then he starts, I see. J: Yep. V: Okay. T: He laid down two cards. V: Uh oh! R: WHAAAA T: So now the next person has to put down a diamond and club. R: HA HA J: The same suit? R: Yeah, so they have to be the same suit after this. V: So you have 3 of diamonds and what is that, clover, club? R: Clubs. V: Clubs. 9 of diamonds, 9 of clubs. V: So I... can't do anything. Oh, hold on! Oh, wait. Hm? R: If you have a joker you can use that, too. V: Oh, look at this! T: No one's played a joker yet. R: EEEEEEH?! V: Ace of diamonds, ace of clubs. J: Sweet. R: Eeeeehh (|||д|||) T: But... V: Uh oh! Bum ba da baa! V: Woooah, nice play. R: Waaaaa V: Two. T: Twos haven't been played yet, either. R: Amazing. J: Pass. R: Everyone's passing, right? T: Okay. V: Pass. T: Okay, next is... V: So who won that? She won. OH wow. 4, 4, 4. J: Three 4s. Pass. R: Pass. V: The three deaths. SHI SHI SHI [how you pronounce death & 4]. V: Okay, pass. Ohhh. Dammit! R: Oh, here it goes. R: We're on death row now. V: 8, 9, 10. J&R: Pass. V: She's gonna win! T: I should have played this earlier. V: Nobody can beat that except for a joker. T: Tomoko only have two cards left. V: So 3, 2... got a bunch there. J: Pass. R: Pass. V: I thought... okay, pass.