Cabo is a simple, multiplayer card game that involves memory and manipulation to win. It is typically played with a standard 52-card deck and is designed for two to six players. However, multiple decks can be used for larger games.
The objective of the game is for each player to minimize the sum of his/her cards. The game ends when someone calls 'Cabo,' after which each player gets one last turn and the player with the lowest sum wins. Here's the twist: initially, the value of all cards are unknown, so players do not know the value of their own cards, nor their opponents' cards. Players must draw and play special cards from the community deck to view their own cards, peek at opponents' cards, and swap cards on the table.