Hand or Money is a game that challenges the agility of your hands. Your task is to quickly get the coins through the cutter to become richer.
The objective of the game is to correctly guess the choice made by the other player. The choices in the game are usually between showing either a closed fist (hand) or an open palm (money).
Each player simultaneously selects and reveals their choice of either a closed fist or an open palm.
If both players choose the same option (both choose hand or both choose money), it is considered a tie, and no points are awarded.
If one player chooses a closed fist (hand) while the other player chooses an open palm (money), the player who chose the open palm wins the round.
The winner of each round is typically awarded a point.
Point System: Instead of playing for a single round, players can decide on a specific number of rounds, and the player with the most points at the end wins the game.
Bidding: Before revealing their choices, players can engage in a bidding process, where they state the number of points they are willing to wager on their guess.
Additional Hand Gestures: Some versions of the game introduce additional hand gestures, such as a thumbs-up or thumbs-down, to add more complexity and unpredictability.
Since the game involves trying to predict the choice of the other player, there is room for strategic thinking. Players can consider patterns, previous choices, or try to read their opponent's body language to make an educated guess.
Remember, the rules and variations of the game can vary depending on the players involved and their preferences. The game is often played casually for fun and doesn't have strict universal rules.