Example: Card manipulation
The following examples illustrate how you can manipulate cards on the table, so you can play more cards from your hand.
Suppose the table contains the following meld:
And your hand contains 68 .
Then you can take the 7 from the set on the table, and combine it with your two cards. Then afterwards the table looks like this:
Now, suppose the table contains these melds:
And your hand contains 5 .
Here you can take a 5 from both runs, and combine it with the 5 in your hand, with the following result:
Suppose the table contains:
And your hand contains 78
If you split up the topmost set, you can add the 6 to the second set, add the 6 to the red run, and combine the 6 with both cards in your hand. This results in the following table: