This video tutorial will teach you how to play the card game Pinochle. There are different variations of the card game Pinochle, this video cover how to play with 2 players.


This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of Pinochle, and is followed by the more detailed features of the game. This tutorial is perfect for beginning players, as well as, experienced players that need a refresher.

After watching, you will know the basics on how to play the card game Pinochle. All that is left to do is grab a friend and start playing!

This Pinochle tutorial will cover the following topics:

– The deck setup and card rank

– How to deal the cards

– The overall objective of the game

– The game play basics

– How to score

– A review of the rules

Please leave a comment below if you need any additional information about Pinochle, if you have any questions about the game, or if any aspect of the game was not clear in the video.

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22 thoughts on “How To Play Pinochle (2 Players)

  1. If I don't have the lead suit or the trump suit, I can play any card I want and win with a higher rank? Or does it have to be of the leading suit to win?

  2. Questions about the first stage:

    1) To make a meld, do you HAVE to take a card from your hand plus cards you've won in tricks, or can your meld be formed solely from the pile of cards taken in tricks? And can you only meld the two cards taken in a trick immediately after you've won them, or can you put them in a pile and use them to meld at a later point when you've won more?
    2) If you've melded a card you've won in a trick, can you then re-use that card in a later trick, or can you only use melded cards from your hand (not played in a trick) in subsequent tricks?

  3. During a trick, do we have to put the same suit?? Example: if I put an ace of clubs, does the opponent's card have to be one of clubs??

  4. So when you draw back to 12 cards, are the cards in your meld counting towards that 12? Or do you need to have 12 cards in hand, even if you have a meld off to the side?

  5. If you lead with a card from a meld (ex: KQ marriage) and play the K, does the Q remain face up on the table? Or does it return to the hand?

  6. I remember back in the 1990s my grandparents and their friends always played this game. I was about 10 at the time and thought to my self …this is a hard game!!! Thanks for the memories Mr and Mrs B!

  7. Hold on, I don’t get the scoring here. If each Ace and 10 is worth 10 points then how does 11 aces and 10s, 8 kings and queens and last trick equal 160 points?

    Surely… 11 aces is 11 x 10 = 110
    11 10s is 11 x 10 = 110

    8 kings and queens which is 8 x 5 = 40 and another 8 x 5 = 40

    Plus the 10 for the last trick won.

    The total must therefore be: 110 + 110 + 40 + 40 + 10 = 310.

    Someone tell me where I’m going wrong.

  8. I have the pinochle deck and everything but I've been watching the videos for 2 days straight and I can't get the game. please, someone, reply briefly typing the rules and play of the game.

  9. Anyone know how 2 players no nines? I learned in prison but I turned my life around and haven't been back in 5 years. Nobody I know knows how to play 2 players no nines

  10. Very good. I bought a deck of pinochle cards and had no idea how to play. I learned by watching this video twice. Great job!

  11. I love four handed and three handed, but man two handed just seems like a bit much 😂 I still want to give it a shot though

  12. Hi, thanks for your videos.

    Please, help me with the following questions:

    1. If a player wins the trick but does not have any meld in hand, what should be done?
    2. if player 1 leads QH and player 2 wins with KH, is it scored as a marriage?
    3. can be scored the run of other suit? (A, 10 , K , Q, J)can be scored the run of other suit? (A, 10 , K , Q, J).
    4. who starts The last 12 cards fase?

    (I speak Spanish, I used the translator)

  13. Thank you for everything that you do. Really I mean that. I'm a 23 year old that's loves to play cards, and without your hard work and dedication we wouldnt know about these age old games our forefathers played. Much like your name I hope we all gather together, and play some games

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