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not including any child's games like go fish or war, what are the ones you know, favorites?

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poker to an extent, but not fun if you're not playing for something, like money. chips can be fun. but when you have, even $5 in coins makes it fun, for the winner.

what kind of card games do you like?

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Not a day in high school went by without playing spades at lunch. We'd play hearts on the bus, occasionally capitalism (president to some).

When my friends and I spend a week at my grandparents' during the summer, we play poker at night. It's just for chips and I'm terrible at it, but it's fun.

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and yours are the only ones i've not heard of. unless we have a different regional name.

Specifically, the ones I don't know of are:

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egyptian ratscrew

phase 10

Apparently I do know capitalism/president, but i know it as a**hole.

Wizard is played with a special deck. It's like Euchre, but more complex. Wizard

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Bridge is a fun game that requires a lot of thinking, maybe that's why young people don't play it.

I don't doubt it's fun. But since it's been associated with old people for the longest time, the current members of my generation shy away from it.

Kinda like Buick before the Enclave, current LaCrosse, and 2011 Regal.

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