>>606401>Getting into the top 1000 seems pretty easy
Like regular blackjack you try to get as close to 21 as you can without going over.>decode to earn chips>escape chases to earn chips>down people to earn chips>spend chips to buy consumables like increased movespeed for 1 round or special items
Aces and Jacks are worth 1, Queen is 2, King is 3.
At the start everyone gets dealt 1 card, you can ask for a 2nd. Then whoever has the highest hand becomes the hunter for 1 round (I think 60s? It's been a while since I played it, but there's a clock at the top.).
When someone is downed, the hunter can view the total value of their hand and force them to draw a card from the hunters hand.
Either the timer or this ends the round. Anyone over 21 when the round ends, gets eliminated.
When a round ends and a new round begins, everyone gets dealt another card, and then whoever has the highest hand becomes the hunter.
People with 21 can't become the hunter unless everyone has 21
You can use items to swap cards between people, pass cards to others, or even discard cards. They work like coords gun, homing in on targets but failing if they hit terrain.
Discards and passes are the only ones worth getting since you can get fucked by rng if you use a swap.
Hunters can't use items.
If someone gets 21 (even mid-round), the round ends early without eliminations and a lightning round starts. If that person still has 21 at the end they win.
If someone else gets 21 during the lightning round it starts again, but if it's someone that had it at the start it won't.
If you get hunter, you can bully people by constantly downing everyone without making anyone draw to get a lot of chips in the first few rounds.
Otherwise just try to go unnoticed and rush being able to afford passes & discards.
If you get 21 early, you're probably safer discarding than trying to survive everyone gunning for you. Save speedboosts for the finals.