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3 in 1 (4 to 7 [2 to 9] players)
4 Colour Chess Cards (Si Se Pai) (2 to 4 players)
All 5's (cards) (2 or 3 players)
7's (= Fan Tan, Parliament) (3 to 8 players)
8's (2 or more players)
8-5-3 (= Sergeant Major) (3 players)
9 Card Don (4 players)
Sky 9 (= Tien Gow) (4 players)
9-5-2 (3 players)
10 (Poker variant)
13 (= Tien Len) (2 to 4 players)
21 (Blackjack) (2 to 7 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)
42 (4 players)
45s (4 or 6 players)
5 Up (= All 5's: dominoes) (2 to 4 players)
63 (4 players)
66 (2 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 (the Chinese game Da Bai Fen) (4 players)
100 (similar to 98 and 99 - adding game) (2 to 10 players)
120 (= Forty-fives) (4 or 6 players)
500 (3 to 6 players)
500 Rum (2 to 8 players)
800 (Ottocento: Tarocchi Bolognesi) (4 players)

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A

Abyssinia (Poker variant)
Ace-Deuce (= Yablon) (2 to 8 players)
Aces and Kings - a 2 deck game
Agurk (= Cucumber) (2 to 7 players)
Alcalde (3 players)
Alkort (4 players)
All For One or One For All (Poker variant)
All Fives (cards) (2 or 3 players)
All Fives (dominoes) (2 to 4 players)
Aluette (4 players)
Anaconda (Poker variant)
l'Ascenseur (= Oh Hell!) (3 to 6 players)
Ashush (= Basra) (2 [3 or 4] players)
Asshole (= President, Scum, Bum) (4 to 7 players)
Auction (Poker variant)
Auction Forty-Fives (4 or 6 players)
Authors (3 to 6 [2] players)
Avinas (4 players)

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B

Baccarat (2 to 12 players)
Baker's Dozen - a 1 deck strategy game
Barbu (4 players)
Bartok (2 or more players)
Basra (2 [3 or 4] players)
Baseball (Poker variant)
Bela (2 or 3 players)
Belote (4 players)
Belote Decouverte (2 players)
Bergen (Dominoes) (2 to 4 players)
Between the Sheets (= Yablon) (2 to 8 players)
Bid Euchre (4 [6 or 8] players)
Bid Whist (4 players)
Black Hole
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)
Bone Ace (2 to 8 players)
Boodle (= Michigan) (3 to 8 players)
Botifarra (4 players)
Boure (Boo-Ray) (4 to 10 players)
Brcko (= Stovkahra) (4 players)
Bridge (4 players)
Brisca (2 to 5 players)
Briscola (2 to 6 players)
Brus (4 or 6 players)
Buddha's Folly (Poker variant)
Bullshit (2 to 10 players)
Bum (= Asshole) (4 to 7 players)
Bura (2 [or up to 6] players)
Bust (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players)
Butthead (= Asshole) (4 to 7 players)

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C

Calabresella (= Terziglio) (3 players)
Camicia (2 players)
Canasta (4 players)
Capitalism (= President) (4 to 7 players)
Carioca (2 to 4 [5] players)
Carousel (2 to 5 players)
Casino (2 to 4 players)
Cat and Mouse (= Spite and Malice) (2 players)
Cau Robat (3 to 5 players)
Cego (3 or 4 players)
Chase the Ace (= Cuckoo) (6 or more players)
Cheat (2 to 10 players)
Chicago (Swedish) (2 to 4 players)
Chicago (Bridge variant)
Chicago (Poker variant)
Chinese Solitaire
Chinese Ten (2 to 4 players)
Choi Dai Di (4 [3 to 5] players)
Church (Poker variant)
Ciapano (3 to 5 players)
Cicera (4 players)
Cincinnati (Poker variant)
Cinch (= Pedro) (4 players)
Clabber (= Clobyosh) (2 [or 3] players)
Clobyosh (2 [or 3] players)
Coch (4 players)
Coiffeur-Schieber Jass (3 [4] players)
Coinche (4 players)
Contract Rummy (3 to 5 players)
Coteccio (Trieste) (2 to 7 players)
Cowpie Poker (Poker variant)
Crates (2 to 5 players)
Crazy Eights (2 or more players)
Cribbage (Five Card) (2 players)
Cribbage (Six Card) (2 to 4 players)
Cuarenta (4 [or 2] players)
Cucco (4 players)
Cuckoo (6 or more players)
Cucumber (= Agurk) (2 to 7 players)

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D

Da Bai Fen (100) (4 players)
Dakota (Poker variant)
Danish Tarok (3 [or 4] players)
D.E. (= President, Asshole) (4 to 7 players)
Demons and Thieves - a cross between Canfield and Forty Thieves
Devil's Bridge (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players)
Differenzler Jass (3 or 4 players)
Dirty Schultz (Poker variant)
Dobbm (4 [or 5] players)
Dom Pedro (4 players)
Don (nine card) (4 players)
Doppelkopf (4 [or 5] players)
Double Solitaire (2 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)

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E

Eagle Wing
EastHaven - a variation of Klondike
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)
Emperors and Scum (= President, Asshole) (4 to 7 players)
Encaje (3 or 5 players)
English Stud (Poker variant)
Euchre (4 [or 6] players)

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F

Fan Tan (= Sevens, Parliament) (3 to 8 players)
Five Card Draw (Poker variant)
Five Hundred (3 to 6 players)
Five Hundred Rum (2 to 8 players)
Five-Up (Dominoes) (2 to 4 players)
Flower and Scorpion (Dominoes) (2 to 4 players)
Follow the Queen (Poker variant)
Four Seasons Solitaire
Forty Thieves - a classic 2 deck game
Forty-two (4 players)
Forty-Fives (4 or 6 players)
FoxFire 13
FreeCell - A favorite solitaire that comes with Windows 95
French Tarot (4 [3 or 5] players)

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G

German Whist (2 players)
Gin Rummy (2 [3 or 4] players)
Gleek (3 players)
Go Fish (3 to 6 [2] players)
Golden Ten (3 to 7 players)
Golf
Gong Zhu (4 or 5 players)
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (Poker variant)
Great Wheel - an interesting 2 deck game
Grocery Store Dots (Poker variant)
Guinote (Tute variant) (2 to 5 players)
Guts (Poker variant)

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H

Hand and Foot (4 [2 to 6] players)
Have a Heart (Poker variant)
Hearts (4 [3 or 5] players)
Henway (Poker variant)
High Card Pool (= Red Dog) (3 to 8 players)
High Five (= Pedro) (4 players)
High-Low-Jack (= Pitch) (4 [3 to 6] players)
Hola (2 or 4 [3] players)
L'Hombre (3 [4] players)
Hornafjar_armanni (3 players)
Hosen 'runter (= Schwimmen, Schnauz) (2 to 8 players)
Howdy Doody (Poker variant)
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)

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I

Idiot's Delight Solitaire
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)
Iron Cross (Poker variant)

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J

Jacks to Open, Trips to Win (Poker variant)
Jack the Shifter (Poker variant)
Jass (2 to 6 players)

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K

Kaiser (4 players)
Kaiserspiel (= Kaiserjass) (4 or 6 players)
Kap Tai Shap (2 or more players)
Karma (= Shithead, Palace) (3 to 6 players)
Karnoffel (4 players)
Kemps (4 [6 or 8] players)
King (4 players)
King Pedro (4 players)
King Rummy (3 to 5 players)
Kings in the Corners (2 to 4 or more players)
Kjempetosk (= Stortok) (2 to 5 players)
Klabberjass (= Clobyosh) (2 [or 3] players)
Klaverjas (4 players)
Klondike - The classic game that comes with Windows
Klootzakken (= President) (4 to 7 players)
Knack (= Schwimmen, Schnauz) (2 to 8 players)
Knaves (3 players)
Knockout Whist (2 to 7 players)
Konigsrufen (Austrian Tarock) (4 [5] players)
Kozel (2 [or up to 5] players)
Kraken (Klaverjas variant) (4 players)

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L

Lame Brain Pete (Poker variant)
Last One (2 to 6 players)
Laugavatnsmanni (3 players)
Laugh and Lie Down (5 players)
Let It Ride (2 or more players)
L'Hombre (3 [4] players)
Liuk Fu (3 [4] players)
Liverpool Rummy (3 to 5 players)
Loba (Argentinian) (2 to 5 players)
Loba (Central American) (2 to 4 [5] players)
Looking for Friends (6 to 12 players)
Luk Fu (3 [4] players)



M

Madrasso (4 players)
Manipulation (2 to 5 players)
Manni (3 players)
Mao (2 or more players)
Marias (2 to 4 players)
Marjapussi (4 players)
Mattis (= Mas, Mjolnarmatte, Skitgubbe) (3 [2 or 4] players)
Maw (3 to 10 players)
May I? (3 to 5 players)
Mensch (4 players)
Mexican Stud (Poker variant)
Mexican Sweat (Poker variant)
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)
Mighty (3 to 8 players)
Minnesota Whist (4 players)
Mitsubishi (Poker variant)
Mittlere Jass (3 players)
Molotow Jass (4 players)
Mount Sunflower Solitaire
Muggins (= Five-Up: dominoes) (2 to 4 players)
Mus (4 or 6 players)
Mus Frances (Encaje) (3 or 5 players)
Mustamaija (2 to 6 players)

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N

Napalm (4 to 7 players)
Napoleon (also known as Nap) (2 to 7 players)
Nerts (2 to 6, 8, 10 players)
Newmarket (= Michigan) (3 to 8 players)
Nine Card Don (4 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)
Nine Five Two (3 players)
NLK (4 to 9 players)
Noddy (2 players)
Nos (Dominoes) (3 to 5 players)

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O

Oh Hell! (4 to 6 [3, 7] players)
Oh Shit! (= Oh Hell!) (4 to 6 [3, 7] players)
Oklahoma Gin (2 [3 or 4] players)
Old Maid (2 or more players)
One and Thirty (2 to 8 players)
Omaha (Poker variant)
Ombre (= L'Hombre) (3 [4] players)
Ottocento (Tarocchi Bolognesi) (4 players)

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P

Pai Gow (2 to 7 players)
Pai Gow Poker (2 to 7 players)
Palace (= Shithead) (3 to 6 players)
Pandoeren (4 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)
Peanuts (= Nerts)(2 to 6, 8, 10 players)
Pedro (4 players)
Pennies from Heaven (6 players)
Pepper (4 [2, 3] players)
Perdivinci (= Ciapano) (3 to 5 players)
Pick a Partner (Poker variant)
Pidro (4 players)
Piquet (2 players)
Pinochle (double deck) (4 players)
Pinochle (single deck) (4 players)
Pinochle (three-player, auction) (3 [or more] players)
Pinochle (two-player) (2 players)
Pishti (4 or 2 [3] players)
Pitch (= Setback) (4 [3 to 6] players)
Pits (= Zheng Shangyou) (4 to 6 players)
Plus-Minus Jass (3 or 4 players)
Podkidnoy Durak (2 to 6 players)
Podrida (2 to 9 players)
Poker (3 to 7 players)
Poker Bull (3 or more players)
Poker Menteur (3 to 5 [2 to 8] players)
Poker Squares Solitaire
Polignac (4 to 6 players)
Polish Red Dog (or Polski Pachuck) (3 to 8 players)
Pontoon (3 to 8 [or more] players)
Pounce (= Nerts) (2 to 6, 8, 10 players)
Preferans (Russian) (3 or 4 players)
Preferansz (Donauschwaben) (3 players)
Preference (Austrian) (3 [4] players)
Preference (Croatian) (3 players)
President (= Asshole) (4 to 7 players)
The Price is Right (Poker variant)
Primero (2 or more players)
Progressive Rummy (3 to 5 players)
Proter (3 to 6 players)
Psycho (Poker variant)
Pukk (5 to 7 players)
Push (4 players)
Put (2 players)
P'yanitsa (2 [3 or 4] players)
Pyramid
Pyramid Solitaire

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R

Rabloulti (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)
Rangoon (Station, Blue Moon, Gaps, Montana Aces)
Raub (4 [2 or 3] players)
Red Dog (2 to 8 players)
Rich Man, Poor Man (= President, Asshole) (4 to 7 players)
Ride the Bus (= Scat) (2 to 9 players)
Roi (le Jeu du) (= King) (4 players)
Romanian Whist (3 to 8 players)
Rook (4 [3 or 5] players)
Root Beer (President) (3 to 6 players)
Rouge et Noir - A strategic 2 deck game.
Rovescino (= Ciapano) (3 to 5 players)
uff and Honours (4 players)
Ruff and Trump (4 players)
Rufmariasch (4 players)
Rummy (2 to 4 [5, 6] players)

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S

Samba (Samba-Canasta) (2 to 6 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)
Scorpion - a 1 deck Spider type game
Screw Your Neighbor (= Cuckoo) (6 or more players)
Scum (= Asshole) (4 to 7 players)
Sechsundsechzig (2 players)
Second Hand High (Poker variant)
Selection/Rejection (Poker variant)
Sequence (Poker variant)
Sergeant Major (3 players)
Setback (= Pitch) (4 [3 or 6] players)
Sevens (= Fan Tan, Parliament) (3 to 8 players)
Shanghai Rummy (3 to 5 players)
Shanghai (3 to 5 players)
Sheepshead (5 players)
Shithead (= Palace) (3 to 6 [2] players)
Shoot (3 to 8 players)
Shoot Pontoon (3 to 8 players)
Simple Pleasures Solitaire: [10's], [11's], [12's], [13's], [14's], [15's], [16's], [17's]
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)
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
Solo Whist (4 players)
Spades (4 [3 or 2] players)
Speed (= Spit) (2 players)
Spit (2 players)
Spite and Malice (2 players)
Spit in the Ocean (Poker variant)
Spoons (3 to 8 players)
Spitzer (4 players)
Squeal (= Pounce, Nerts) (2 to 6, 8, 10 players)
Stitch (3 to 8 players)
Stortok (2 to 5 players)
Stovkahra (4 players)
Stubai Tarock (3 [or 4] players)
Stud Poker (Poker variant)
St_rivolt (4 players)
Sueca (4 players)
Switch (= Crazy Eights) (2 or more players)

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T

Table Top Cribbage (2 or 4 players)
Tappen (Dobbm) (4 [or 5] players)
Tarantella - a 2 deck game
Tarocchi Bolognesi (Ottocento) (4 players)
Tarock (Austrian) (4 [5] players)
Tarock (Stubaital) (3 [or 4] players)
Tarok (Danish) (3 [or 4} 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)
Ten (Poker variant)
Terziglio (= Calabresella) (3 players)
Texas Hold 'Em (Poker variant)
Thirteen (= Tien Len) (2 to 4 players)
Thirty-one (= Schwimmen, Schnauz) (2 to 8 players)
Thirty-one (= Scat) (2 to 9 players)
Three Five Seven (Poker variant)
Three in One (4 to 7 [2 to 9] players)
Three's Company - a 2 deck game
Three Thirteen (2 or more players)
Tic Tac Toe (Poker variant)
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 (4 or 5 [3 to 7] players)
Toppm (Dobbm) (4 [or 5] players)
Train (Dominoes) (4 [3 to 8] players)
Traversone (= Ciapano) (3 to 5 players)
Trees (Poker variant)
Treikort (3 players)
Tressette (4 players)
Tribello (3 players)
Trjamann (3 players)
Troccas (4 players)
Trou du Cul / Trouduc (= President, Asshole) (4 to 7 players)
Truc (4 [or 2] players)
Truco (2, 4 or 6 players)
Trust - Don't Trust (Verish' ne verish') (2 to 6 players)
Tunk (= Tonk) (4 or 5 [3 to 7] players)
Tute (2 to 5 players)
Twenty-One (Blackjack) (2 to 7 players)

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U

Ugly (3 or 4 players)
Ulti (3 players)

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V

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)
Vier-anderle (5 to 8 [2 to 13] players)
Viet Cong (= Tien Len) (2 to 4 players)
Vinciperdi (= Ciapano) (3 to 5 players)
Vira (3 [4] players)
Voormsi (or Vorms) (4 or 2 [or 3] players)

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W

Wall Street (Poker variant)
Want It? Want It? Got It! (Poker variant)
War (2 [or more] players)
Warlords and Scumbags (= President, Asshole) (4 to 7 players)
Welsh Don (4 players)
Whist (4 players)
Wilde Boom (= Kraken) (4 players)
Windmill
Wumps (= Vorms) (4 or 2 [or 3] players)

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X

XXas-hivasos Tarokk (Hungarian call XX tarokk) (4 [5] players)
XX-rufen (Austrian call XX Tarock) (4 [5] players)

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Y

Yablon (= Ace-Deuce, In Between) (2 to 8 players)

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Z

Z (Poker variant)
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)
Zsirozas (2 or 4 players)
Zwanzigerrufen (Austrian Tarock) (4 [5] players)
Zwickern (4 [2, 3 or more] players)

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