Kabufuda cards, like the related hanafuda ("flower cards") are smaller and stiffer than Western playing cards. A deck contains 40 cards, with designs representing the numbers 1 through 10. There are four cards for each number.
The object of most kabufuda games is to get a total closest to nine. In Tehonbiki, the player tries to guess which number from 1 to 6 the dealer has selected.
- Pakarnian, John, "Game Boy: Glossary of Japanese Gambling Games", Metropolis, January 22, 2010, p. 15.
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