Get three "tricks" and win the game! Credit: Getty Images What you need: You need four players and a deck of 24 standard playing cards consisting of the aces, kings, queens, jacks, 10, and 9 of each of the four suits. A standard 52-car...Get three "tricks" and win the game!
Poker chips serve as "lives" in this game.
What you need: A standard deck of playing cards and tokens (poker chips, candy, pennies). Any number of players can play this game.How to play: The object is not to have the lowest card at...Be the last remaining player with a life or lives.
Don't get stuck with the Old Maid! Credit: Getty Images What you need: Two to eight players and a pack of Old Maid cards or a standard pack of playing cards. When using a regular deck, a card is either removed or added, resulting in on...The object of this game is not to be the old maid!
Spades is the game. Credit: Corbis
What you need: You need four players, paper and a pen or pencil for scoring and a standard deck of playing cards.How to play: In this game, spades are the highest value of all cards. The point of...For this game, you need four players, paper and a pen or pencil for scoring and a standard deck of playing cards.
Form sequences, win the game! Credit: Getty Images
What you need: Two to 12 players and the Sequence board game.How to play: This game is played by two players, two teams, three players or three teams. Players are dealt a certain n...You need Two to 12 players and the Sequence board game for this game.
This game is a variation of solitaire. Credit: aprilzosia, FlickrWhat you need: In this version of solitaire, all you need is one player and a standard deck of playing cards. How to play: Shuffle the deck and deal four cards out face up. ...
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