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Pokeno combines Keno and Poker to come up with loads of fun for large groups.
2. Shichi Narabe
Shichi Narabe Japanese Card Game
A version of “Sevens,” this game is played with a standard, western 52-card deck. Lori Chidori Phillips is the Marriage Editor at BellaOnline and was kind enough to share this card game with us.
3. Math Card Game
Addition Fact Card Game-Tens and Fifteens by Guest Author Connie Mistler Davidson. Ms. Davidson is the editor of the Attention Deficit Disorder site at BellaOnline.
4. Cards in the 2000's
This article shows you how you can play games with people all over the world as well as your town, state or country.
5. 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.
6. Time Limits
Time flies when you are having fun. But, what if too much time flies? It is best to handle time limits of card games before they even begin.
7. I Doubt It
If you have ever wondered how good you are at bluffing, try playing the game called, I Doubt It. This game, usually played by the younger generations, is also good for adults who want to practice bluffing techniques for poker. Everyone in the family can all get together and enjoy this game.
8. Scoring Poker Hands
This article shows the ranking of poker hands. Each ranking has a description so you know what to aim for.
9. Home Party Card Game Ideas
Ideas for games and ice breakers with cards for home party demonstrators. Hopefully you will get some ideas to help you get bookings and recruits. There are also ideas to help your guests learn more about your products.
Kaluki is a version of Rummy that is played in many countries. It is spelled differently and played with variations in most of the countries. This is just one version of the game.
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