A game of chance by Trevin Cowman in which players score points if they are dealt the lowest card or a card matching a face up card on the table.A kind of combat game for four players in two partnerships, by Chris Goodwin.In most cases I will write back and ask you a few questions, to clarify any doubtful points.
A variation of Bridge, with elements of the Indian game 29, by Basudeo Agarwal.A 5-card draw poker variant by George Weissenberger in which players can reclaim their discards.Melbourne Central. Olympic-class skier who ran the world's most exclusive high-stakes poker game for a decade before being arrested in the.A two-player game by Russ Schneider, in which cards are played to a layout with the object of forming symmetrical sets (palindromes).An original two-player game by Adrian Morgan, in which the object is to get rid of your cards by discarding them in balanced pairs onto discard piles.A solitaire game with a wild card, contributed by Franklin Newman.A game by Sid Sackson in which dominoes are played to form patterns in a grid.A guts game by Alan Kross-Vinson in which the object is to have as few suits as possible.
A game by Bill Perkins, played with cards, dominoes dice, chips and a cribbage board.
An Uno variation contributed by Penny Klitzkie and David Hoelzel.A simple race game using a track made from playing cards, by James Thomas.A poker game by Charles Pierce in which players must fold if they cannot beat the mountain hand.
Block Array to LockChain - ARY to LOC - Price, ExchangeA complicated War variation for up to 6 players, by David Morrah.A 7-card stud high low poker variation with selection of up cards, invented by Ellen Czeh and contributed by Dave Kinney.A game based on poker but without betting, contributed by Karlis.A game for one player by Joseph Smith, in which the player tries to guess the order of cards in a shuffled deck.
A game for 2-6 players by Seth Williams in which, by trading, discarding and drawing, the players try to collect seven cards of the same suit.Stoddard, in which cards are added and subtracted to match dice rolls.A complicated trick-taking game in four deals, by Jared McComb.
A game of the Rams group without trumps, contributed by Jay Noack.A game loosely based on Euchre, designed to be played with the cards left over from a Euchre deck, contributed by Ben.Enhanced rules for the commerical game Uno, contributed by Paul Bryant.A variant of ten-card Golf in which each player has their own discard pile, contributed by Douglas Wall.An alternative version of the poker variation 3-5-7 by Zac Pells.An unusual game by Greg Weidman, in which the object is to be the most mediocre player.A contract rummy game based on Telefunken developed by Carla and Fernanda Basaure and contributed by Cindy Basaure.
A game for two players by David Morrah, in which each tries to guess the identity of a card selected by the other.A rummy game with a varying wild card, in which cards can be laid down out of turn, contributed by Kendall Anderson.A game based on War but requiring some strategy, by Ian Ricksecker.
In addition to a standard deck with red and black jokers, the game requires 49 convenient objects of unequal weight to represent booty, a bag to draw them from and a balance to compare the weights of different collections.An adaptation for dominoes of Freecell card solitaire by Ecks Why.A solitaire version of the adding game ninety-nine, contributed by Corey Dixon.A draw and discard game by Jamie Masculine in which the object is to collect a 7-card run in a suit.A shared card poker game played for fixed stakes, contributed by Chris Hoogstad.A Blackjack-based game by Caedyn Danow, in which the players play against each other rather than individually against the bank.
A domino game of bluff in which players claim to match a throw of two dice using tiles from their hand.A speed game by Tom Acker and Rachel Secenghier, reminiscent of Spit or Racing Demon but much simpler.
A sophisticated exact bidding game with a Bridge-like auction, contributed by Jens Bai.An exact bidding game by Joan Milliken in which only the highest successful bidder wins.A Guts variation with a spare hand, contributed (but not invented) by Matt Preston.The players with better hands have an advantage in the next deal and the object is to maintain top position (marshall) for five consecutive deals.A War variation by Jesse Weinstein and Nancy Fuller in which cards are played two at a time and added.A rummy game with increasing hands, similar to 3-13 or Nickels, contributed by Greta Figel.Playable as a solitaire game against three dummy players or as a real four-player game.A point-trick game for 3 to 5 players by Zach Orlando, in which the lowest card wins the trick, and a single club in a trick reduces its value.