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How to Play War Card Game

Card games have been played all over the world for as long as human beings can remember. Most of them are unknown in their origins, however, that does not deter us from playing them at any given moment and for any given reason. With so many games like kings in the...

How to Play Whist Card Game

Card games are a great way to spend time with family and friends. They're even better when you get to team up. The whist card game is played by two teams of two players each with the goal of winning hands based on the value of the cards you're dealt. Its basic rules...

Top 10 Easiest and Fun Card Games to Play with Kids

Spending quality time with children is so special with all of the technology devices that can distract them. It also helps to build learning skills along with teamwork and how to deal with winning...and occasionally even losing. One of the best ways to get that...

How to Play Bullshit Card Game: Lying and Deception Game

Card games are all about cunning and skill, but the game of "Bullshit" adds lying and deception. Your aim in this game is to get rid of your cards before any other player does. This is done in a respectable manner, but the prime thing is that your cards are face down,...

How to Play Hand and Foot Card Games

The Hand and Foot card game is one of the card games that are a variation of Canasta. It originated in North America and is played with a hand and a foot pile, hence the name, vs. just a hand pile as with traditional Canasta. The game uses between four and seven full...

How to Play Truco

Truco is a popular card game that owes its most origins to the straightforward card game of 'Truc.' It's widely played in South American countries such as Valencia, Spain, Argentina, and Brazil. What is Truco? It's a trick-taking card game. Its unique selling point is...

Cuarenta: Playing the Official Fun Card Game of Equador

Cuarenta is the official card game of Equador. It is played in the mountain regions of the country including major cities like the capital Quito. The name comes from the Spanish word for 40, which is the number of cards they play the game with. This is not your...

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