How to Play Splendor in 3 Minutes – The Rules Girl

How to Play Splendor in 3 Minutes – The Rules Girl

I’m the Rules Girl, and this is Splendor, a light Eurogame of jewel crafting for 2-4 players. In Splendor, players are gem merchants, using gem tokens to purchase valuable development cards, and competing with each other to become the most reputable jewel crafter of the Renaissance. If you enjoyed this video, consider liking and subscribing to The Rules Girl for more ultra-concise rules explanations. If you’re looking to buy a copy of Splendor or one of our recommendations, consider using the below affiliate links:

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18 thoughts on “How to Play Splendor in 3 Minutes – The Rules Girl

  1. I understand almost everything apart from on the pc game it doesn't let you reserve a card that you can afford already with tokens or cards etc. But I do this on the board game version against my partner just to grab a gold coin for a card that I know I'll purchase on my next turn anyway. Is this allowed?

  2. just started playing this, the rules are a bit confusing around the reserving a card bit, we've been playing it so that you can reserve a card with a gold token, that gets put to one side next to your cards but the prestige points it wields obviously don't count until you've bought it, but you also can't use the gold token until you've bought it??

  3. Can you exchange tokens for other colors on your turn? I can’t find this in the rules but the people I play with say you can. Also, can you exchange a token for a gold to reserve? Also is it true you can reserve a card from the draw pile? I saw this on some rules. TYIA!

  4. Also, just my opinion but I prefer the voice over style from some of the older videos. Not the sound quality or level, but the pitch of your voice? Compare Small World to this one, Small World is perfect, while this one sounds like someone trying really hard to smile and sound happy. It is isn't necessary and a bit distracting. Small World sounds much more natural but still "friendly". 🙂


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