ANSWERS: 47
  • 3 card monte
  • Euchre
  • poker! can't beat it
  • Blackjack.
  • Burro! It is played with Spanish Cards, like the ones in the picture.
  • Uno...
  • Contract bridge...excellent game for the mind. You never stop learning. [C'mon, guys. A good question, four answers and no points for the the questioner. What's up with that?!? Points are part of the AB fun. Here's my 4, NUNYA!]
  • you know. [uno]
  • Bridge, Ramey, Poker ,and Belotte (French game).
  • solitaire :)
  • The ones that my friends and I always play are: Spades 10's & 2's Golf Presidents Rummy Spades is my favorite!!
  • From my childhood, Old Maid and Crazy 8's. Here is a pretty complete list: http://www.pagat.com/alpha.html
  • Drunk Driver. It's a card/drinking game.
  • snap, switch
  • Poker- I like playing an odd betting game sooner or later( and we play for real cash).
  • Go Fish! haha +3
  • mexican sweat
  • Euchre best card game ever!!! and its so addicting..going to play it online now =)
  • teef the old man's bungle wappi i declare war snap cheat spit
  • Casino. My dad and uncle played one game for over 30 years yo... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casino_(card_game)
  • Pinuckle/Peanuckle/Pinockle Seems to be a lot of spellings of the game.
  • Bid Whisk http://www.pagat.com/boston/bidwhist.html Its a great game.
  • "Old Maid" I use to play it as a very young child with a elder lady that took care of me.
  • What is a name of a card game? Are you sure? I can't find the rules for that anywhere! How many cards do you start with and who goes first??
  • Mau. It is played like Uno but using a regular deck of cards.
  • Gin Rummy!!!!
  • 52 card pick up! LOL!!
  • Spit, Omaha Hi/Lo Poker, Casino, Birimba (if you're Greek), Spades, WAR, Solitaire....
  • Gin Rummy Rummy Rummy 500
  • pinochle....that's how it's spelled
  • 2s (= Big Two) (4 [2 or 3] players) 3 Card Brag (4 to 8 players) 3 Card Monte (2 [or more] players) 3 Card Poker (2 or more players) 3 5 7 (Poker variant) - see Poker 3-5-8 (= Sergeant Major) (3 players) 3-13 (2 or more players) 3 in 1 (4 to 7 [2 to 9] players) 4 Card Brag (4 to 8 players) 4 Colour Chess Cards (Si Se Pai) (2 to 4 players) 4 of a Kind (6 to 8 [4 to 10] players) 5 Card Brag (4 to 8 players) All 5's (cards) (2 or 3 players) 5 Up (dominoes) (2 to 4 players) 5's and 3's (dominoes) (2 to 4 players) 6 Card Brag (4 to 8 players) 7 Card Brag (4 to 7 players) 7's (= Fan Tan, Parliament) (3 to 8 players) 7 up (2 to 4 players) 7-27 (4 to 10 players) 8's (2 or more players) 8-5-3 (= Sergeant Major) (3 players) 9 Card Brag (4 to 6 players) 9 Card Don (4 players) Sky 9 (= Tien Gow) (4 players) 9-5-2 (3 players) 10 (= 200, Deux Cents) (4 [or 2, 5 or 6] players) 10 (Poker variant) - see Poker 13 (= Tien Len) (2 to 4 players) 13 Card Brag (4 players) 13 Cards (= Chinese Poker) (4 players) 20 ab (4 players) 21 (Blackjack) (2 to 7 players) 22 (2 to 8 players) 24 (2 [or more] players) 25 (2 to 10 players) 28 (4 [or 6 or 3] players) 29 (4 players) 31 (= Schwimmen, Schnauz) (2 to 8 players) 31 (= Scat) (2 to 9 players) 31 (= One and Thirty, Bone Ace) (2 to 8 players) 40 (Cuarenta) (4 players) 40 points (Sishi fen) (= 100 points) (4 players) 41 (Indonesia) (2 to 4 players) 41 (Syria, Lebanon) (4 players) 42 (4 players) 45s (4 or 6 players) 52 card pickup (2 players) 55 (2 to 10 players) 56 (4 or 6 or 8 players) 63 (4 players) 66 (2 players) 80 points (Tractor) (4 or 6 players) 83 (4 players) 98 (2 to 10 players) 99 (trick-taking game) (3 [2 to 5] players) 99 (similar to 98 - adding game) (2 to 10 players) 100 points (the Chinese game Da Bai Fen) (4 players) 100 (similar to 98 and 99 - adding game) (2 to 10 players) 110 (2 to 10 players) 120 (= Forty-fives) (4 or 6 players) 200 (4 [or 2, 5 or 6] players) 220 (2 to 10 players) 400 (= 41) (4 players) 500 (3 to 6 players) 500 Rum (2 to 8 players) 800 (Ottocento: Tarocchi Bolognesi) (4 players) 1000 (= Tysiacha) (2 or 3 [or 4] players) 1001 (Tausendeins, Tysiacha Odin) (2 or 3 [or 4] players) Abyssinia (Poker variant) - see Poker Ace-Deuce (= Yablon) (2 to 8 players) Agurk (= Cucumber) (2 to 7 players) Alcalde (3 players) Alkort (4 players) All Fours (2 or 4 players) All Fives (cards) (2 or 3 players) All Fives (dominoes) (2 to 4 players) All For One or One For All (Poker variant) - see Poker Aluette (4 players) Anaconda (Poker variant) - see Poker l'Ascenseur (= Oh Hell!) (3 to 6 players) Ashush (= Basra) (2 [3 or 4] players) Asshole (= President, Scum, Bum) (4 to 7 players) Atlantis (= James Bond) (2 players) Auction (Poker variant) - see Poker Auction Forty-Fives (4 or 6 players) Authors (3 to 6 [2] players) Avinas (4 players) Baccarat (2 to 12 players) Back Alley (4 players) Bagchen (4 players) Bai Fen (4 players) Barbu (4 players) Bartok (2 or more players) Baseball (Poker variant) - see Poker Bashi Fen (80 points; Tractor) (4 or 6 players) Basra (2 [3 or 4] players) Bauernschnapsen (4 [3] players) Beccaccino (= Marrafone) (4 players) Beggar My Neighbour (Beat Your Neighbour Out Of Doors) (2 to 4 players) Bela (2 or 3 players) Belote (4 players) Belote Découverte (2 players) Bergen (Dominoes) (2 to 4 players) Between the Sheets (= Yablon) (2 to 8 players) Bezique (2 players) Bidder 10 (= 200, Deux Cents) (4 [or 2, 5 or 6] players) Bid Euchre (4 [6 or 8] players) Bid Whist (4 players) Bieten (3 to 5 players) Big Three (Da San) (3 or 4 players) Big Two (= Choi Dai Di) (4 [2 or 3] players) Biritch (4 players) Blackjack (2 to 7 players) Black Maria (variation of Hearts) (3 or 4 players) Black Maria (Finnish) (2 to 6 players) Blackout (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players) Blitz (= Scat, 31) (2 to 9 players) Block Dominoes (2 to 4 players) Bone Ace (2 to 8 players) Bonneteau (= 3 Card Monte) (2 [or more] players) Boodle (= Michigan) (3 to 8 players) Boonaken (4 to 6 [7] players) Botifarra (4 players) Bouillotte (4 [3 or 5] players) Bourré (Boo-Ray) ([2, 3, 4] 5 to 8 players) Brag (3-card, 4-card, 5-card) (4 to 8 players) Brag (6-card, 7-card, 9-card, 13-card) (4 to 8 players) Brcko (= Stovkahra) (4 players) Bridge (4 players) Brisca (2 to 5 players) Briscola (2 to 6 players) Brouc (4 players) Brus (4 or 6 players) Bu Bu Gao Sheng (= Big Two) (4 [2 or 3] players) Buck Euchre (3 or 4 players) Busca (4 players) Buddha's Folly (Poker variant) - see Poker Bullshit (2 to 10 players) Bum (= Asshole) (4 to 7 players) Bura (2 [or up to 6] players) Burraco (4 players) Busca (4 players) Bust (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players) Butthead (= Asshole) (4 to 7 players) Calabresella (= Terziglio) (3 players) Caloochi (3 to 5 [2, 6] players) Camicia (2 players) Canasta (4 players) Capitalism (= President) (4 to 7 players) Caribbean Dominoes (2 to 4 players) Caribbean Poker (2 or more players) Carioca (2 to 4 [5] players) Carousel (2 to 5 players) Casino (2 to 4 players) Casino Hold'em Poker (up to 7 players) Casita Robada (Stealing Bundles) (2 to 4 players) Cat and Mouse (= Spite and Malice) (2 players) Catch Five (= Pitch with Fives) (4 players) Cau Robat (3 to 5 players) Cego (3 or 4 players) Chanhassen (= James Bond) (2 players) Chase the Ace (= Cuckoo) (6 or more players) Cheat (2 to 10 players) Chicago (Swedish) (2 to 4 players) Chicago (Bridge variant) - see Bridge Chicago (Poker variant) - see Poker Chicken Foot (dominoes) (4 to 8 players) Chinese Poker (4 players) Chinese Ten (2 to 4 players) Choh Dai Di (= Big Two) (4 [2 or 3] players) Church (Poker variant) - see Poker Ciapanò (3 to 5 players) Cicera (4 players) Cincinnati (Poker variant) - see Poker Cinch (= Pedro) (4 players) Clabber (4 [2 or 3] players) Clobyosh (2 [or 3] players) Cöch (4 players) Coiffeur-Schieber Jass (3 [4] players) Coinche (4 players) Concentration (= Pelmanism) (2 or more players) Conquian (2 players) Contract Bridge (4 players) Contract Rummy (3 to 5 players) Costly Colours (2 players) Coteccio (Trieste) (2 to 7 players) Cowpie Poker (Poker variant) - see Poker Crapette (= Russian Bank) (2 players) Crash (4 players) Crates (2 to 5 players) Crazy Eights (2 or more players) Crazy Nines (= Golf) (2 to 6 [or more] players) Crazy Solo (3 to 12 players) Cribbage (Five Card) (2 players) Cribbage (Six Card) (2 to 4 players) Cuajo (4 players) Cuarenta (4 [or 2] players) Cucco (4 players) Cuckoo (6 or more players) Cucumber (= Agurk) (2 to 7 players) Cut-throat Euchre (= Buck Euchre) (3 players) Cuttle (2 players) Da Bai Fen (100) (4 players) Da Lao Er (= Big Two) (4 [2 or 3] players) Da San (= Big Three) (3 or 4 players) Dakota (Poker variant) - see Poker Danish Tarok (3 [or 4] players) Deuces (= Big Two) (4 [2 or 3] players) Deux Cents (200) (4 [or 2, 5 or 6] players) Devil's Bridge (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players) Differenzler Jass (3 or 4 players) Dig a Hole (Wa Keng, Big Three) (3 or 4 players) Dirty Clubs (3 or 4 players) Dirty Schultz (Poker variant) - see Poker Dobbm (4 [or 5] players) Dom Pedro (4 players) Don (4 players) Doppelkopf (4 [or 5] players) Dou Dizhu (Fight the Landlord) (3 or 4 players) Double Solitaire (2 players) Draw Dominoes (2 to 4 players) Droggn (Stubai Tarock) (3 [or 4] players) Drunkard (2 [3 or 4] players) Durak (2 to 6 players) Duren Piatkowy (3 to 6 [or more] players) Écarté (2 players) Egyptian Ratscrew (2 or more players) Eighty-three (4 players) Eleusis (4 to 8 players) Elevator (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players) Elevator (Poker variant) - see Poker Empat Satu (41) (2 to 4 players) Emperors and Scum (= President, Asshole) (4 to 7 players) Encaje (3 or 5 players) English Stud (Poker variant) - see Poker Escoba (2 to 4 players) Euchre (4 [or 6] players) Fan Tan (= Sevens, Parliament) (3 to 8 players) Farmers' Rummy (3 to 8 players) Faro (2 to 20 or more) Fifty-Two Card Pickup (2 players) Fifty-Six (4 or 6 or 8 players) Fight the Landlord (Dou Dizhu) (3 or 4 players) Find the Lady (= 3 Card Monte) (2 [or more] players) Fish (= Go Fish) (3 to 6 [2] players) Five Card Draw (Poker variant) - see Poker Five Hundred (3 to 6 players) Five Hundred Rum (2 to 8 players) Fives and Threes (dominoes) (2 to 4 players) Five-Up (Dominoes) (2 to 4 players) Flower and Scorpion (Dominoes) (2 to 4 players) Flush (= Teen Pathi) (4 to 7 players) Follow the Queen (Poker variant) - see Poker Forty points (Sishi Fen) (= Bai Fen) (4 players) Forty-Fives (4 or 6 players) Forty-two (4 players) Four of a Kind (6 to 8 [4 to 10] players) French Tarot (4 [3 or 5] players) Frog (3 players) Gallinazo (4 players) Gaple (4 players) Garbage (5 or 6 [3 to 8] players) German Bridge (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players) German Solo (4 players) German Whist (2 players) Ging (4 players) Gin Rummy (2 [3 or 4] players) Gleek (3 players) Gnav (2 to 20 players) Gob dum gob dang (Red Frog Black Frog) (2 players) Go Fish (3 to 6 [2] players) Golden Ten (3 to 7 players) Golf (2 to 6 [or more] players) Gong Zhu (4 or 5 players) The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (Poker variant) - see Poker Good, Better, Best (= Chinese Poker) (4 players) Goofenspiel (=GOPS) (2 or 3 players) GOPS (2 or 3 players) Go Stop (2 or 3 players) Gou Ji (6 players) Grocery Store Dots (Poker variant) - see Poker Guiñote (Tute variant) (2 to 5 players) Guldgrävare (Yukon variant) (4 [2 to 5] players) Guts (Poker variant) - see Poker Hanafuda (2 to 7 players) Hand and Foot (4 [2 to 6] players) Happy Families (3 to 7 players) Hara Kiri (= Golf) (2 to 6 [or more] players) Have a Heart (Poker variant) - see Poker Hearts (4 [3 or 5] players) Henway (Poker variant) - see Poker High Card Pool (= Red Dog) (3 to 8 players) High Five (= Pedro) (4 players) High-Low-Jack (= Pitch) (4 [3 to 6] players) Hokm (4 players) Hola (2 or 4 [3] players) Hollywood Garbage (5 or 6 [3 to 8] players) L'Hombre (3 [4] players) Honeymoon Bridge (2 players) Hornafjarðarmanni (3 players) Hosen 'runter (= Schwimmen, Schnauz) (2 to 8 players) Hoskin (3 players) Howdy Doody (Poker variant) - see Poker Hundred (the Chinese game Da Bai Fen) (4 players) Hundred (similar to 98 and 99 - adding game) (2 to 10 players) Hundred and twenty (= Forty-fives) (4 or 6 players) Hungarian Tarokk (Paskievics) (4 [5] players) Huutopussi (4 players) I Doubt It (2 to 6 players) Illustrated Hungarian Tarokk (Palatinusz) (4 [5] players) In Between (= Yablon) (2 to 8 players) Indian Poker (Poker variant) - see Poker Iron Cross (Poker variant) - see Poker Israeli Whist (4 players) Jacks to Open, Trips to Win (Poker variant) - see Poker Jack the Shifter (Poker variant) - see Poker James Bond (2 players) Jass (2 to 6 players) Jokers and Pegs (4, 6 or 8 players) Kaiser (4 players) Kaiserspiel (= Kaiserjass) (4 or 6 players) Kalookie (3 to 5 [2, 6] players) Kalter Schlag (4 players) Kaluki (3 to 5 [2, 6] players) Kap Tai Shap (2 or more players) Kapaga (2 or more players) Karma (= Shithead, Palace) (3 to 6 players) Karnöffel (4 players) Kemps (4 [6 or 8] players) Kierki (4 [or 3] players) King (4 players) King Pedro (4 players) King Rummy (3 to 5 players) Kings Corners (2 to 4 or more players) Kjempetosk (= Stortok) (2 to 5 players) Klabberjass (3 or 4 [2] players) Klaverjas (4 players) Kleurenwiezen (Whist à la Couleur) (4 players) Kloepper (4 players) Klootzakken (= President) (4 to 7 players) Knack (= Schwimmen, Schnauz) (2 to 8 players) Knaves (3 players) Knockout Whist (2 to 7 players) Königrufen (Austrian Tarock) (4 [5] players) Kozel (2 [or up to 5] players) Kraken (Klaverjas variant) (4 players) Krypkille (4 to 6 [3 to 8] players) Kryt'-Navalivat' (2 [3 or 4] players) Lame Brain Pete (Poker variant) - see Poker Last One (2 to 6 players) Laugavatnsmanni (3 players) Laugh and Lie Down (5 players) Laus (4 players) Let It Ride (2 or more players) L'Hombre (3 [4] players) Literature (6 or 8 [4, 12] players) Liuk Fu (3 [4] players) Liverpool Rummy (3 to 5 players) Loba (Argentinean) (2 to 5 players) Loba (Central American) (2 to 4 [5] players) Loo (3 to 8 players) Looking for Friends (6 to 12 players) Losing Lodam (2 to 10 players) Luk Fu (3 [4] players) Luosong Pai Jiu (= Chinese Poker) (4 players) Lupfen (3 to 5 players) Madrasso (4 players) Mah Jong (4 players) Malilla (4 players) Manillen (4 players) Manipulation Rummy (2 to 5 players) Manni (3 players) Mao (2 or more players) Marias (2 to 4 players) Marjapussi (4 players) Marjolet (2 players) Marrafone (= Beccaccino) (4 players) Matador (dominoes) (2 to 4 players) Mattazza (4 players) Mattis (= Mas, Mjölnarmatte, Skitgubbe) (3 [2 or 4] players) Maw (3 to 10 players) May I? (3 to 5 players) Memory (= Pelmanism) (2 or more players) Mensch (4 players) Mexican Stud (Poker variant) - see Poker Mexican Sweat (Poker variant) - see Poker Mexican Train (dominoes) (2 to 10 players) Michigan (3 to 8 players) Michigan Rummy (= Three in One) (4 to 7 [2 to 9] players) Midnight Baseball (Poker variant) - see Poker Mighty (3 to 8 players) Minchiate (4 players) Minhato (2 to 7 players) Minibridge (4 players) Minnesota Whist (4 players) Mitaines (2 to 4 players) Mittlere Jass (3 players) Mizerka (3 players) Molotow Jass (4 players) Muggins (dominoes) (2 to 4 players) Mus (4 or 6 players) Mus Francés (Encaje) (3 or 5 players) Mustamaija (2 to 6 players) Nap (= British Napoleon) (2 to 7 players) Napalm (4 to 7 players) Napoleon (British) (2 to 7 players) Napoleon (Japanese) (5 [2 to 6] players) Nerts (2 to 6, 8, 10 players) New Canasta (5 to 7 players) Newmarket (= Michigan) (3 to 8 players) Nine Card Don (4 players) Nine-Five (= Pedro Sancho) (4 players) Nine Five Two (3 players) Ninety-Eight (2 to 10 players) Ninety-Nine (trick-taking game) (3 [2 to 5] players) Ninety-Nine (variation of 98 - adding game) (2 to 10 players) NLK (4 to 9 players) Noddy (2 players) Nomination Whist (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players) Nos (Dominoes) (3 to 5 players) Oh Hell! (4 to 6 [3, 7] players) Oh Shit! (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players) Okey (4 [2 or 3] players) Oklahoma Gin (2 [3 or 4] players) Old Maid (2 or more players) Old Sledge (2 to 4 players) Omaha (Poker variant) - see Poker Ombre (= L'Hombre) (3 [4] players) One and Thirty (2 to 8 players) Ottocento (Tarocchi Bolognesi) (4 players) Pai Gow (2 to 7 players) Pai Gow Poker (2 to 7 players) Paiute (2 to 5 players) Palace (= Shithead) (3 to 6 players) Pandoeren (4 players) Panguingue (4 to 8 players) Parliament (= Sevens, Fan Tan) (3 to 8 players) Paskahousu (4 or 5 [3 to 7] players) Paskievics Tarokk (Hungarian call XX tarokk) (4 [5] players) Patience (Solitaire) (1 player) Peanut Butter (= Kemps) (4 players) Peanuts (= Nerts)(2 to 6, 8, 10 players) Pedro (4 players) Pegs and Jokers (4, 6 or 8 players) Pelmanism (2 or more players) Penneech (2 players) Pennies from Heaven (6 players) Pepper (4 [2, 3] players) Perdivinci (= Ciapanò) (3 to 5 players) Phat (4 players) Pick a Partner (Poker variant) - see Poker Pidro (4 players) Pig (4 or more players) Pilotta (4 players) Pinochle (double deck) (4 players) Pinochle (single deck) (4 players) Pinochle (three-player, auction) (3 [or more] players) Pinochle (two-player) (2 players) Piquet (2 players) Pishe Pasha (2 or 3 players) Pishti (4 or 2 [3] players) Pitch (= Setback) (4 [3 to 6] players) Pits (= Zheng Shangyou) (4 to 6 players) Pitty Pat (2 to 4 players) Plus-Minus Jass (3 or 4 players) Poch (3 to 6 players) Podkidnoy Durak (2 to 6 players) Podrida (2 to 9 players) Poker (5 to 10 [2 to 10] players) Poker Bull (3 or more players) Poker Menteur (3 to 5 [2 to 8] players) Polignac (4 to 6 players) Polish Poker (= Golf) (2 to 6 [or more] players) Polish Red Dog (or Polski Pachuck) (3 to 8 players) Pontoon (3 to 8 [or more] players) Pope Joan (3 to 7 players) Poque (= Pochspiel) (3 to 6 players) Pounce (= Nerts) (2 to 6, 8, 10 players) Prefa (Greek) (3 [4] players) Preferans (Russian) (3 or 4 players) Preferansz (Donauschwaben) (3 players) Preference (Austrian) (3 [4] players) Preference (Croatian / Serbian / Slovenian) (3 players) President (= Asshole) (4 to 7 players) The Price is Right (Poker variant) - see Poker Primero (2 or more players) Progressive Rummy (3 to 5 players) Prostoy Durak (2 to 4 players) Proter (3 to 6 players) Psycho (Poker variant) - see Poker Púkk (5 to 7 players) Push (4 players) Pusoy (= Chinese Poker) (4 players) Pusoy Dos (= Big Two) (4 [2 or 3] players) Put (2 [3 or 4] players) P'yanitsa (2 [3 or 4] players) Quadrille (4 players) Quan Dui (3 to 6 players) Quartet (3 to 7 players) Quitlok (5 to 7 [4 to 8] players) Rablóulti (3 players) Racehorse (Pitch variant) - see Pitch Racing Demon (= Pounce, Nerts) (2 to 6, 8, 10 players) Railroad Canasta (2 or more players) Rami (= Rummy) (2 to 4 [5, 6] players) Ramsch (Schieberamsch) (3 [4] players) Ramsli (2 to 6 players) Ranter Go Round (= Cuckoo) (6 or more players) Raub (4 [2 or 3] players) Red Dog (2 to 8 players) Red Frog Black Frog (Gob dum gob dang) (2 players) Remi (Indonesian) (2 to 4 players) Reversis (4 players) Rich Man, Poor Man (= President, Asshole) (4 to 7 players) Ride the Bus (= Scat) (2 to 9 players) Rikken (4 players) Ristikontra (Ristiklappi) (4 players) Roi (le Jeu du) (= King) (4 players) Romanian Tarok (4 [3] players) Romanian Tile Rummy (2 to 4 players) Romanian Whist (3 to 8 players) Ronda (2 or 4 players) Rook (4 [3 or 5] players) Root Beer (President) (3 to 6 players) Rovescino (= Ciapanò) (3 to 5 players) Ruff and Honours (4 players) Ruff and Trump (4 players) Rufmariasch (4 players) Rummy (2 to 4 [5, 6] players) Russian Bank (= Crapette) (2 players) Russian Poker (= Chinese Poker) (4 players) Sakura (2 to 7 players) Samba (Samba-Canasta) (2 to 6 players) Sap Sam Cheung (13 cards) (4 players) Scat (= 31) (2 to 9 players) Schafkopf (4 players) Schieber Jass (4 [6] players) Schmier (6 or 5 players) Schnapsen (2 players) Schnauz (= Schwimmen) (2 to 8 players) Schwimmen (2 to 8 players) Scopone (4 players) Screw Your Neighbor (various) Scum (= Asshole) (4 to 7 players) Sechsundsechzig (2 players) Second Hand High (Poker variant) - see Poker Selection/Rejection (Poker variant) - see Poker Sequence (Poker variant) - see Poker Sergeant Major (3 players) Setback (= Pitch) (4 [3 or 6] players) Sevens (= Fan Tan, Parliament) (3 to 8 players) Seven Twenty-Seven (4 to 10 players) Seven Up (2 to 4 players) Shanghai Rummy (3 to 5 players) Shanghai (3 to 5 players) Sheepshead (5 players) Sheng Ji (Raise level) (= Bai Fen) (4 players) Shithead (= Palace) (3 to 6 [2] players) Shoot (3 to 8 players) Shoot Pontoon (3 to 8 players) Shuan Er (Throw two) (= Bai Fen) (4 players) Si Se Pai (4 Colour Chess Cards) (2 to 4 players) Sixty-six (2 players) Sixty-three (4 players) Sjavs (4 players) Skat (3 [4] players) Skitgubbe (= Mas) (3 [2 or 4] players) Slabberjan (2 to 20 players) Slapjack (2 to 10 players) Slippery Sam (3 to 8 players) Slovenian Tarok (3 or 4 [5] players) Sluitspieren (= President) (4 to 7 players) Smear (4 to 6 players) Snoozer (4 players) Solitaire (Patience) (1 player) Solo Whist (4 players) Solo (German Solo) (4 players) Solo (Six-Bid Solo, Crazy Solo) (3 to 12 players) Spades (4 [3 or 2] players) Spar (2 to 4 [up to 7] players) Speculation (around 6 to 12 players) Speed (= Spit) (2 players) Spit (2 players) Spite and Malice (2 [or more] players) Spit in the Ocean (Poker variant) - see Poker Spitzer (4 players) Spoons (children's game) (4 or more players) Spoons (crazy eights variant) (3 to 8 players) Squeal (= Pounce, Nerts) (2 to 6, 8, 10 players) Staekske Rape (4 players) Stealing Bundles (2 to 4 players) Stitch (3 to 8 players) Stortok (2 to 5 players) Stovkahra (4 players) Strip Jack Naked (= Beggar My Neighbour) (2 to 4 players) Strip Poker (2 to 7 players) Stubai Tarock (3 [or 4] players) Stud Poker (Poker variant) - see Poker Stýrivolt (4 players) Suck the Well (= Beggar My Neighbour) (2 to 4 players) Sueca (4 players) Svoi Kozyri (2 to 4 players) Switch (= Crazy Eights) (2 or more players) Table Top Cribbage (2 or 4 players) Tappen (Dobbm) (4 [or 5] players) Tapp Tarock (3 players) Tarneeb (4 players) Tarocchi Bolognesi (Ottocento) (4 players) Tarock (Austrian) (4 [5] players) Tarock (Stubaital) (3 [or 4] players) Tarok (Danish) (3 [or 4} players) Tarok (Romanian) (4 [3] players) Tarok (Slovenian) (3 or 4 [5] players) Tarokk (Hungarian) (4 [5] players) Taroky (Czech / Slovak) (4 [5] players) Tarot (general) Tarot (French) (3 to 5 players) Telefunken (4 players) Teen Pathi (4 to 7 players) Ten (Poker variant) - see Poker Terziglio (= Calabresella) (3 players) Texas Hold 'Em (Poker variant) - see Poker Thirteen (= Tien Len) (2 to 4 players) Thirty-one (= Schwimmen, Schnauz) (2 to 8 players) Thirty-one (= Scat) (2 to 9 players) Three Card Monte (2 [or more] players) Three Five Seven (Poker variant) - see Poker Three in One (4 to 7 [2 to 9] players) Three Card Poker (2 or more players) Three Thirteen (2 or more players) Tic Tac Toe (Poker variant) - see Poker Tien Gow (4 players) Tien Len (2 to 4 players) Tile Rummy (2 to 4 players) Tiu U (2 or 3 players) Toepen (3 to 8 players) Toonerville Rook (3 to 5 players) Tonk (2 or 3 [or up to 7] players) Toppm (Dobbm) (4 [or 5] players) Tournament Blackjack (3 or more players) Tractor (4 or 6 players) Train (Dominoes) (4 [3 to 8] players) Traversone (= Ciapanò) (3 to 5 players) Trees (Poker variant) - see Poker Treikort (3 players) Tresillo (3 or 4 players) Tressette (4 players) Trex (4 players) Tribello (3 players) Trionfo (5 players) Trjámann (3 players) Troccas (4 players) Troggu (3 to 8 players) Trou du Cul / Trouduc (= President, Asshole) (4 to 7 players) Truc (4 [or 2] players) Truco (2, 4 or 6 players) Truf (4 players) Trumps (= Knockout Whist) (2 to 7 players) Trust - Don't Trust (Verish' ne verish') (2 to 6 players) Tunk (= Tonk) (2 or 3 [or up to 7] players) Tuolaji (Tractor) (4 or 6 players) Turtle (= Golf) (2 to 6 [or more] players) Tute (2 to 5 players) Twenty-Eight (4 [or 6 or 3] players) Twenty-Five (2 to 10 players) Twenty-Four (2 [or more] players) Twenty-Nine (4 players) Twenty-One (Blackjack) (2 to 7 players) Twenty-Two (2 to 8 players) Tysiacha (= 1000) (2 or 3 [or 4] players) Ugly (3 or 4 players) Ulti (3 players) Umtali (2 players) Up and down the River (= Oh Hell) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players) Vache (= Aluette) (4 players) Valets (jeu des) (= Polignac) (3 to 6 players) Vatikan (2 to 5 players) VC (= Tien Len) (2 to 4 players) Verish' ne verish' (2 to 6 players) Video Poker (1 player) Vier-anderle (5 to 8 [2 to 13] players) Viet Cong (= Tien Len) (2 to 4 players) Vinciperdi (= Ciapanò) (3 to 5 players) Vingt-et-un (3 to 8 [or more] players) Vira (3 [4] players) Viuda, La (4 to 7 players) Voormsi (or Vorms) (4 or 2 [or 3] players) Wall Street (Poker variant) - see Poker Wa Keng (= Big Three) (3 or 4 players) Want It? Want It? Got It! (Poker variant) - see Poker War (2 [or more] players) Warlords and Scumbags (= President, Asshole) (4 to 7 players) Watten (2 to 4 players) Welsh Don (4 players) Whipsaw (= Napalm) (4 to 7 players) Whisky Poker (2 to 9 players) Whist (4 players) Whist à la Couleur (Kleurenwiezen) (4 players) Wiezen (4 players) Wilde Boom (= Kraken) (4 players) Wumps (= Voormsi) (4 or 2 [or 3] players) XXas-hívásos Tarokk (Hungarian call XX tarokk) (4 [5] players) XX-rufen (Austrian call XX Tarock) (4 [5] players) Yablon (= Ace-Deuce, In Between) (2 to 8 players) Yaniv (2 to 5 [up to 8] players) Yukon (4 [2 to 5] players) Z (Poker variant) - see Poker Zanga (4 players) Zap Your Neighbor (various) Zhao Pengyou (Looking for Friends) (6 to 12 players) Zheng Fen (3 to 6 players) Zheng Shangyou (4 to 6 players) Zifuli (5 players) Zioncheck (3 to 5 players) Zsírozás (2 or 4 players) Zwanzig ab (4 players) Zwanzigerrufen (Austrian Tarock) (4 [5] players) Zwickern (4 [2, 3 or more] players)
  • Bezique.
  • go fish!
  • pick up 52 ;)
  • poker.5
  • Bullshit.
  • Old sledge.
  • Yugioh!!!!!! :p
  • the most famous one: Solitaire You have War, 500 Rummy and a whole bunch of others... If you consider non-standard cards, you have Uno, too.
  • Solitaire. +2
  • Old Maid.
  • It depends on which card game you're talking about. :^] +5
  • Kings in the corner.
  • canasta

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