The Penguin Book of Card Games (Penguin Handbooks)

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The rules, history, and strategies of various card games, such as bridge, euchre, hearts, skat, rummy, cribbage, and poker, are described, with their technical terms defined.

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David Parlett is a games inventor, consultant and author. He is a card games expert of international repute. A former language teacher then technical journalist, he has been freelancing in the games world since editing Games and Puzzles magazine in 1974. His many books include: The Guinness Book of Word Games (1995), A Dictionary of Card Games (1992) and The Penguin Book of Word Games (1982). He lives in South London.

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