Bible Snap Game is played with a deck of cards with pictures of various Bible stories on them. The object of the game is to "capture" all of the cards.
This is done in the following manner:
1. The dealer shuffles the cards and deals them as evenly as possible to all of the players, keeping them face down. It is fine for some players to have one card more than other players. Each player places his cards, face down, in a pile in front of him.
2. The player at the left of the dealer begins the game by taking off the first card of his pack, and placing it on the table face up, and the play continues to the left (clockwise) until each player in turn turns up the first card of his pack in the same manner.
3. When any player sees two cards which are alike turned up on the table, he may call out "SNAP".
4. The first player that calls out “SNAP” must identify the Bible story on the card. If the player is correct, they may take all the turned up cards in both places where the duplicate cards appear. If incorrect, the cards stay where they are and the game continues.
5. The successful player takes all cards won and places them face down under his original pack and must then play his first card upon the table.
6. If two players call "Snap!" at the same time, the two piles are placed in the center of the table and combined into a face-up Snap Pot with one of the two matching cards on top. Play then continues where it left off.
7. When someone turns over a card that matches the card on top of the Snap Pot, players race to be the first to call "Snap Pot!" The player who calls "Snap Pot!" first wins the Snap Pot and the matching pile. If there's another tie, the matching pile is added to the Snap Pot.