Pine Tar Poker: Walkthrough Guide

Pine Tar Poker
By: BJ Malicoat

Pine Tar Poker is a mysterious poker game with a supernatural twist. You can buy and earn objects that will help you get higher scores. There’s also an underlying story and even a proper ending. If you’re having trouble figuring out how to progress, this walkthrough should help you. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.


Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3, The End:

I’ll add help for solving each fortune. Just bear with me.


This is what each of the tiles do:

1. This will change a card to something the game thinks is optimal. It’s best to use it once you have most of your cards set up and just need one change to get what you need.

2. This increases the number of a card by 1.

3. This decreases the number of a card by 1.

4. Use this to copy a suit over from one card to another.

5. Use this to combine two cards into one.

6. Use this to split one card into two.

This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Adam Augusta

    Is there a point in one of the videos where the function of each stone is described?

    1. AppUnwrapper

      There isn’t, but I’ll try to add those when I have a chance. I’m just busy trying to get my GOTY list done in a timely manner.

      To help you quickly, this is what they do in the order you get them:

      1. Change the card into something the game thinks is ideal — best used when you have 4/5 cards the way you want them.

      2. Increase the card value by 1

      3. Decrease the card value by 1

      4. Copy the suit from one card to another.

      5. Combine two cards into one

      6. Split one card into two

      1. Adam Augusta

        Thank you!

  2. Brian O’Connor

    How did you get no coins to get the hermit card on video 2 at about 31 minutes in? I can’t see what you did in the video.

    1. AppUnwrapper

      If I remember correctly, I made sure that the only points I got were from a Pine Tar and then purposely lost the game. That gave me no coins. I tried first to get no points at all, but doesn’t seem to be possible.

      1. Brian O’Connor

        Thank you. That worked perfectly.

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