The Ultimate Book of Card Games

The Ultimate Book of Card Games
Author: 
Language: 
ISBN10: 
140274093X
ISBN13: 
9781402740930
Pages: 
464
Published: 
August 28th 2006 by Sterling
Rating: 
2.75

'The Ultimate Book of Card Games' features over 250 card games in one compact book. Games featured include cribbage, hearts, blackjack, craps & rummy - for kids there's even donkey & snap.

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