Frequently Asked Questions
Kitti is typically played with 2 to 5 players.
Nine cards are dealt to each player.
The main objective is to arrange 9 cards into sets of 3 and win two out of three consecutive rounds.
You start by making a set of three cards with the highest rankings,followed by the next highest in the second set, and the lowest in the third set to play your highest-ranked cards first.
To get a 'Salami,' you must win all three sets of cards in the game.
Kitti is a state in which a winner cannot be decided.
The three winning conditions in Kitti are 'Salami' (winning all three sets)
'Winner' (winning any two sets out of three)
'Kitti' (when no winner can be decided, and cards are redistributed).
Arranging sets in descending order ensures that the highest-value set is played first, which is a strategic aspect of the game.
The game continues counterclockwise after each round, with the player to the right of the dealer taking their turn.