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- n. Any of very many games played with playing cards.
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- n. a game played with playing cards
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We gathered at a table for a couple hands of Possum Fargo, a dumb fighter-pilot card game that required no strategy—the worst hand won.
Baker, according to most authorities, although it clearly has roots in an older Mexican card game called conquian, which was played in the nineteenth century.
A bottle of 151-proof Appleton rum was the centerpiece of what seemed to be a ferocious card game that she and Azrael had interrupted.
Drumhead was a card game that had been popular in the army.
Klaberjass—“klab” for short—was a popular card game played in the coffeehouses of New York and Boston.
Toward the end of the afternoon, Samuel stopped by to remind me that tonight was his weekly card game with his fishermen cronies down at the Wharf Ale House.
He got a phone call at a card game one night from Roosevelt Hospital, telling him that his mother had suffered a stroke and was in intensive care.