Okay so you know, we want to make sure that
we understand how you play the war segment of the war game. So, you know, we each throw
out a king and there are a number of ways to do this because it’s a common game and
people learn from their parents or their friends. It’s not exactly like Hoyle has released a
whole book on how to play war. It’s not a very segmented, or it’s not a very involved
game. But let’s make sure we know how to do this. So one way to do it is to say one, two,
three, four, I declare war. Let’s do that again. One, two, three, four, I declare war.
Well, you won. Your ace beats my two there. That’s one way to do it. That’s how you get
the counting involved with your kids and get them to learn about rhyming one, two, three,
four, I declare war. That’s a little bit of poetry there. It makes the game more fun for
three and four year olds.