Bootlegs are another form of stealing. However, they are more powerful than the interception because you can steal from anyone. There are also fewer ways to block them. A player can create a bootleg set that prevents it from being stolen by anything.
Steal a set from anyone and or change the color of play. If you create a bootleg set with at least two wildcats, it can’t be stolen.
If you create a bootleg set with at least two wildcats, it can’t be stolen.
Steal up to two sets from one or more opponents or a streak and or change the color play.
Naked bootleg set
If you create a naked bootleg set with at least two wildcats, it can’t be stolen.
If you steal a set or a streak during your turn, you do not have to pick up a card prior. Once you steal, your turn is over since you discarded.
If you steal a set/streak during your turn with nothing downed you are not required to pick up a card prior by choice.
If you steal a disguised set you must flip it over. If it’s a bluff, you must pitch it underneath the discard pile. If it’s legit, you will place it face up, and you can add cards to it. Wildcats will count against you in a scored game.