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- Game : A structured or semi-structured contrived activity, primarily undertaken for enjoyment or, sometimes, practice.
- Auction bridge : A variety of bridge in which tricks made in excess of the contract are scored toward game; now generally superseded by contract bridge.
- Blackjack (card game) : Card game whose object is to be dealt cards having a higher count than those of the dealer, up to but not exceeding 21.
- Calypso (card game) : Add brief definition or description
- Go Fish : Simple cardgame where players collect “sets” of cards before a player runs out of cards or the draw pile runs out.
- Jass–Belote card games : A group of trick-taking card games in which the Jack and Nine of trumps are the highest trumps.
- Mariage card games : A group of trick-taking card games in which the Ace and Ten are the highest scoring cards and King/Queen combinations score bonus points.
- Piquet : A two-handed card game played with 32 cards that originated in France around 1500.
- Poker hand strengths : Relative ranking of hands for the card game poker.
- Poker : A card game that involves strategy, bluffing, and luck, in which players bet that they hold the highest ranking hand.
- Quinto (card game) : A card game based on a 53-card pack, allegedly invented by "Professor Louis Hoffmann", with a hierarchy of trump suits.
- Schafkopf : A group of mostly German trick-taking card games.
- Skat : A sophisticated 3-player card game that is the German national game.
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- Nintendo : A leading manufacturer of consumer electronics, especially video games and video game consoles; based in Japan.