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Quick Poker Games
Two quick poker games that do not involve raising, calling, checking or any other time consuming plays. In these games, the cards are dealt and the fun begins. Also two great ways to teach newbies some poker basics.
Purchasing Card Games for Children
Looking for card games for the kids to play? This article could guide you in your search for just the right game or games.
Even if you are by yourself for the moment or for a while, you can still play poker. Poker Solitaire can also help you practice for the times you do play with your friends.
Poker Bluffing Body Language
Bluffing in poker is every bit as strategic as the game itself. It could definitely mean the difference between winning and losing a hand. Bluffing takes place in many forms. This article should help you with the body language of bluffing.
Randy Cottingham has a good thing going with his PLAY4D calendar playing cards. He showed them at BoardGameGeek.con 2009 in Dallas and they were enjoyed. This article is a review of the card game system.
Play Card Sharks
Card Sharks was on regular broadcasting channels years ago. It is now seen on The Game Show Network at different times. Here is how to bring that game show into your life.
Pitch can be played as a team game or each player can play for themselves. This is one game where 4 or 6 players is best; however, you can play with 2 - 7 players. One regular 52 card deck is used.
Personalized Card Decks
When you think of greeting cards, you probably think of the fold out type that has a saying on the front, then something on the inside - right? Thinking outside of the box, how about sending a deck of cards as "greeting cards"? You could also just get your name and a saying printed on the cards.
P'Yanitsa is a Russian card game very similar to War. While there are a lot of similarities, there are also some very interesting differences.
Remember the game, "Old Maid"? Here are the rules to refresh - your children or even your grandchildren might like to play the game with you.
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