One player asks a question which is printed on one of the 90 black cards in the pack. There are many more answer cards (460) which are white in color. All the players respond to the black card question with an answer from one of their white cards which they place face down on the table in front of them.
To start with, each player is given 10 white cards. These white cards are 'ANSWER' cards. The person in charge of the game (Czar) is randomly chosen (it is not important how this is done) and he/she draws one black 'QUESTION' card. The question (or a fill-in-the-blank sentence) is read out to the entire group of players who each respond by placing one of their funniest white cards face down on the playing surface.
Cards Against Humanity Card Czar
The Card Czar changes at every round but they get the opportunity to decide which white card answer was the funniest. The provider of this funny answer gets to keeps the black card which is worth one game point. The person who produced the most amusing white card answer wins points by accumulation several winning black cards. The game is simple and quite good fun and usually lasts an hour. Several versions of the game are played and the rules can be changed to suit any gathering. A black card can be exchanged for 10 new white cards during play in the hope that the new answers will garner more winning black cards.