3 Most Popular Card Games

3 Most Popular Card Games

There are lots of ways to try your luck. You can just flip a coin, place bets on 22 Bet Nigeria, or play card games. Don’t you know which game to choose? Then select one from this list.


Bridge is considered one card game that is recognized as an Olympic sport. There are several versions of bridge: amateur and sports.

The game involves 2 couples of players, the pair sitting opposite each other. Applies a classic deck of 52 cards. One of the players dealt cards. In Robber Bridge dealers change each other, in the sporting dealer only a formality, since all the layouts are prepared in advance.

The task of the players is to collect the most points. To do that you have to choose the most advantageous trump suit, collect a large number of tricks, and make an order. To choose a suit and a number of tricks a “trade” takes place. The counterparts’ task is to foil the opponents’ order.

Gin Rummy 

The game has a Mexican appearance. From 2 to 4 people take part, the game applies a deck of 52 cards. The aim of the game is to lay out the cards in as many combinations as possible.

Depending on the number of participants, each receives 7-10 cards. The combination of cards consists either of cards of the same value or of cards of the same suit. Also the main thing for the players to make a fewer number of moves. A turn consists of discarding one card and taking another from the deck.

The winner of the game receives 75% of the prize pool. The rest is divided among the other participants.


This is one of the oldest and most popular card games for four. The goal is to score as few points as possible by the end of the game.

First, the entire deck is dealt to each player counterclockwise. Then each player chooses three cards that he can pass to his opponents. The player to the left of the dealer moves first and sets the main suit. The winner of the stack is the one who will lay out the highest card of the main suit – this person will take the bribe and start a new stack.

Hearts are prohibited until they are put into the bribe and become “revealed” or “broken” – this will happen when someone doesn’t have a card of the main suit, then the player has to resort to hearts. At the end of the round, points are dealt out.

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