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This is not 'Nam. There are rules...and here they are in the simplest form we deemed possible.

And you don't need to know a single thing about The Big Lebowski to enjoy/win this game...for this is a game of 180 creative, discussion-fueled Loaded Questions...and you get to write any answer you want.

Along the way, you and your fellow players collect money by

  1. guessing 'which player wrote which answer' on your own turn
  2. writing the 'favorite' answer on everyone else's turn.


  • 10 Question Cards
  • 55 Money Cards
  • 21 Abide Cards
  • Answer Pad
  • 6 Pencils

Object of the Game

The player with the most amount of money after three full rounds wins the game.


Shuffle and place the deck of Money cards facedown in the middle of the play area. Shuffle and place the deck of Abide cards facedown in the middle of the play area.

All players take an answer sheet/pencil and write their name at the top of their sheet.

Pick any one of the 10 Question Cards to use during the game. (This will be the only card you need during the game). The remaining 9 cards can be placed back in the box.

The shortest player takes the Question Card and starts the game by following the rules below. Play moves clockwise.

Every Question Card features one or more of The Big Lebowski's main characters (or toes) on the cover and 18 creative, open-ended Loaded Questions inspired by the characters/ movie.

Every Question Card is marvelous, so pick one and start playing!

Game Play

On your turn:

  1. Pick and read aloud the top card from the Abide deck. Place the card face-up next to the Abide deck. Abide by the card.

  2. Open up the Question Card and read aloud the corresponding movie reference and related Loaded Question. (You may want to read the question twice as a reminder for players).

  3. All other players (not you) secretly write their personal answer to the question on their answer sheet.

    • Use one line per answer and work your way down the answer sheet.

    • There are no right or wrong answers, and your answers are not meant to reference the movie. You can write anything you want, but write neatly. Humorous/creative answers will help you win.

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  4. All answers are collected, shuffled, and read aloud by the player to your right. (You will not see the handwriting, because the player to your right is reading the answers aloud). After hearing ALL of the answers, you must FIRST pick your favorite answer and THEN guess which player wrote which answer.

    • It helps to hear the question again before answers are read aloud.

    • The reader should familiarize himself/herself with the answers before reading them aloud.

    • Players should be discreet when answers are read aloud, and when you are selecting your favorite answer and guessing 'who wrote what'.

    • Whether you like an answer because it was hilarious, honest, creative or ridiculous, you get to decide your 'favorite'. It's just, like, your opinion, man.

    • The right side of your answer sheets can be used to jot down notes when you're trying to guess players' answers...or you can just doodle like Jackie Treehorn.

  5. After you have guessed ALL answers (not one at a time), the player to your right reveals which player wrote which answer.

    For every correct match, pick a Money card from the top of the deck. After you have taken your Money card(s), the player who wrote your favorite answer picks one card from the top of the Money deck.

    We recommend keeping the dollar amounts of your Money cards secret until the end of the game.

    Following your turn, the Question Card is passed to the player to your left and play moves clockwise until every player has played three questions (three turns).

End of the Game

The player with the most amount of money after three full rounds wins the game.

Even if you only have a few Money cards at the end of the game, your amount might be greater than the player who picked the lower denomination cards. In the end, it's just a game, man.

If there are no Money cards left before the end of the three rounds, the game is over and the player with the most amount of money wins.

Notes on Play

  • There are no right or wrong answers to any of the questions, and Question Cards can be played multiple times if you are with a new group of players.

  • Players will decide how long a player has to determine an answer.

  • This game is best played if you abide by all the instructions in Steps #3 and #4 in the 'On Your Turn' section. We promise.

  • The Abide cards simply determine what number you read from the Question Card on your turn, while adding some "ins and outs" with three random cards that can help or hurt your chances of winning.

  • We recommend playing this game with 4-6 players, because fewer players makes the game too easy, and too many players makes it too confusing when matching players' answers.

  • To print FREE replacement answer sheets, visit our website at

  • We hope you get a chance to enjoy The Big Lebowski movie soon. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy this game!

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