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- Marjolet (French pronunciation: ​[maʁʒɔlɛ]) is a French 6-card trick-and-draw game for two players using a 32-card piquet pack. It is of the Queen-Jack...
- Krutzj**** Lanterloo Mǎ diào Make-A-Million Manille Mariage Marias Mar****ussi Marjolet Mizerka Mus Napoleon Nines Ninety-Nine Officers' Skat Oh **** Oma Skat...
- Euchre Five-hundred Forty-fives Hearts J**** Karnöffel Klaberj**** Lanterloo Marjolet Noddy Pinochle Polignac Primero Reversis Schafkopf Sheepshead Skat Spoil...
- concedes all remaining brisques to their opponent. Belote Binokel Pinochle Marjolet Transactions of the Philological Society, Philological Society, pg. 289...
- bid three times. This is known as a "slide-out". Belote Bézique Binokel Marjolet Parlett 2008, p. 295. sfn error: no target: CITEREFParlett2008 (help) Morehead...
- Schafkopf German Solo Grasobern Klaberj**** Mau Mau Manille Mariage Mariáš Marjolet Officers' Skat Oma Skat Préférence Piquet Quodlibet Réunion Schafkopf (long...
- Madagascar: Tsiroanomandidy or Beloty Baloot Bellot Klaberj**** Clabber Manille Marjolet Pilotta Preferans Twenty-eight Tarabish Parlett 1991, p. 297. sfn error:...
- Cuarenta, Durak, Ecarté, Eleusis, Gl****, Hand and Foot, Klaberj****, Klon****, Marjolet, Ristiklappi, Rummy, Sixty-Six, Skitgubbe, Toepen, Tute Stoß: German Rummy...
- who were driven away after a fight in which de Dianous, Santin, Brame, Marjolet and 12 tirailleurs were killed. The only remaining Frenchman was the commissary...
- (Württemberg pattern) Play Anticlockwise Card rank (highest first) A 10 K O U 7 Playing time 20–30 minutes/game Related games Bézique, Marjolet, Pinochle...
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