Sushi Go is a card-drafting game—meaning players are working to gather sets of cards worth different point totals. Instead of everyone drawing from one communal deck, each player starts with a hand of cards and picks one card to add to their set. Then they pass the remaining cards in the hand to the player on their left. This pass-and-play dynamic means you must keep track of not only the cards you have and need but also those your opponents have and need. Predicting the cards your rivals want and spoiling their plans is what keeps this game maddeningly fun.
The objective of the game is simple: Score points. Each card is worth a certain number of points. Sometimes you need multiples of one card for it to be worth