The Attraction of Magnetic Bridge

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Face to face play is returning and this summer you'll see a lot of card games taking place out of doors. But card tables on the grass can be unsteady, and mother nature's breezes can be playful. The last thing you want is for your expertly bid 6NT to suddenly lose its dummy in the wind. Enter Magnetic Bridge Cards.
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Gender Neutral Playing Cards Have Everyone Talking

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Gender Neutral Playing Cards Have Everyone Talking

Gender neutrality is a movement that has really picked up momentum in recent years. From clothing to children’s toys, tastemakers are changing things to help prevent gender discrimination – with playing cards being the latest item to join the crusade.

Indy Mellink, a forensic psychology graduate, wondered why the male monarch should be valued higher than the female. So, she decided to create GSB Cards,

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The Most Popular Solitaire Card Games

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Solitaire (also known as Patience) is one of the most popular card games ever invented. The popularity of Solitaire began to grow after Microsoft turned it into a household favourite by making it digitally accessible to millions of people across the globe. It can be played with a regular pack of playing cards or one of the online card game sites.
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History Of Rummy

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Rummy is such a monumental cornerstone of card gaming that it can’t really be thought of as a single game. It is more of a family of games that has evolved into popular variations like Gin, Canasta, and Hand and Foot. While each variation has its own peculiarities. A Rummy type game can be defined as any game that involves a draw and discharge on a player’s turn and involves the melding of cards by rank or sequence. While some variations like Canasta have very clear origins stories (Canasta was created by Segundo Santos and Alberto Serrato in 1939) the parent game Rummy has a more ambiguous beginning.
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