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Poppy R Smith

The Rule of 20 in Acol Bridge

The Rule of 20 is a technique used by bridge players to decide if their hand is suitable for opening the bidding. How do you use the Rule of 20?

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Jumbo Size Deck of Playing Cards

Jumbo Size Deck of Playing Cards

Playing cards is a pastime that has been keeping people entertained for many generations. Whether you are teaching your children a simple card trick or how to play...

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Poppy R Smith

The Rule Of 14 is a bridge bidding convention used in Acol bridge. It is used by the responder when they are replying to their partner's opening bid. What is the Rule of 14 and when should you use it?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Apr 02, 2012
Poppy R Smith

Fourth suit forcing is a convention used in the card game of bridge. It is used to help find the right contract for a partnership where no immediately obvious fit between the partners' cards can be

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Mar 18, 2012

Solitaire is one of the leading forms of entertainment. This article provides information on how to play the game.

By: Keyur M Shah l Home & Family > Card Games l Mar 18, 2012

With all the technological advances in the gaming industry, sometimes I am surprised that card games have kept such a strong foothold in the gaming market. Surprising or not, the demand for quality

By: Brian Yates l Home & Family > Card Games l Mar 09, 2012
Poppy R Smith

The Rule of 20 is a technique used by bridge players to decide if their hand is suitable for opening the bidding. How do you use the Rule of 20?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Feb 26, 2012
Daniel Barty-King

A brief overview of how to play the game of Rummy. The article also highlights a few of the names by which Rummy is known throughout the world.

By: Daniel Barty-King l Home & Family > Card Games l Feb 16, 2012

Playing cards is a pastime that has been keeping people entertained for many generations. Whether you are teaching your children a simple card trick or how to play a family game, cards can be a fun

By: Jeremy P Stanfords l Home & Family > Card Games l Jan 26, 2012

While spider solitaire is not as old as other games in its class, it still has a rich history. While its name coincides with the legs of the spider, which are eight, it is also an inspiration from

By: Hagai Eisenberg l Home & Family > Card Games l Jan 09, 2012
Poppy R Smith

There are two types of slam in bridge - a small and grand. What are they and how do you decide if you can bid for one of them?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Jan 06, 2012

Many people dream of owning log cabin homes. You may want a beautiful vacation home to spend summer vacations and holidays with your family.

By: Robert Henson l Home & Family > Card Games l Dec 04, 2011

Standard playing cards are... boring? Actually if you take the time to look at them, you might discover that they have properties that make them very versatile.

By: Paul Hoemke l Home & Family > Card Games l Nov 13, 2011

Careful selection of your card table cover requires the identification and evaluation of a number of factors-fabric, size, color, cleaning, etc. By thoughtfully exploring these factors, you will be

By: Lu Ann Gamble l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 24, 2011
Poppy R Smith

Learning how to score a game of bridge is the key to understanding how the bidding system works. Knowing how the scoring works helps you understand why it is better to bid for a major suit or No

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 11, 2011
Poppy R Smith

The absolute basics of the card game of bridge. What is a trick? How is a game played? How does the scoring work?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 07, 2011

I bet you didn't realize how valuable a deck of playing cards or my personal old school favorite, UNO, could be. Many kids struggle with various social skills including sportsmanship, joining in with

By: Alison R Ratner l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 03, 2011
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Poppy R Smith

Fourth suit forcing is a convention used in the card game of bridge. It is used to help find the right contract for a partnership where no immediately obvious fit between the partners' cards can be

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Mar 18, 2012 lViews: 80 lComments: 0

Playing cards is a pastime that has been keeping people entertained for many generations. Whether you are teaching your children a simple card trick or how to play a family game, cards can be a fun

By: Jeremy P Stanfords l Home & Family > Card Games l Jan 26, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Daniel Barty-King

A brief overview of how to play the game of Rummy. The article also highlights a few of the names by which Rummy is known throughout the world.

By: Daniel Barty-King l Home & Family > Card Games l Feb 16, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

The Rule of 20 is a technique used by bridge players to decide if their hand is suitable for opening the bidding. How do you use the Rule of 20?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

There are two types of slam in bridge - a small and grand. What are they and how do you decide if you can bid for one of them?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Jan 06, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0

Solitaire is one of the leading forms of entertainment. This article provides information on how to play the game.

By: Keyur M Shah l Home & Family > Card Games l Mar 18, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

With all the technological advances in the gaming industry, sometimes I am surprised that card games have kept such a strong foothold in the gaming market. Surprising or not, the demand for quality

By: Brian Yates l Home & Family > Card Games l Mar 09, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

The absolute basics of the card game of bridge. What is a trick? How is a game played? How does the scoring work?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 07, 2011 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

The Rule Of 14 is a bridge bidding convention used in Acol bridge. It is used by the responder when they are replying to their partner's opening bid. What is the Rule of 14 and when should you use it?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Apr 02, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0

While spider solitaire is not as old as other games in its class, it still has a rich history. While its name coincides with the legs of the spider, which are eight, it is also an inspiration from

By: Hagai Eisenberg l Home & Family > Card Games l Jan 09, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Many people dream of owning log cabin homes. You may want a beautiful vacation home to spend summer vacations and holidays with your family.

By: Robert Henson l Home & Family > Card Games l Dec 04, 2011 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Careful selection of your card table cover requires the identification and evaluation of a number of factors-fabric, size, color, cleaning, etc. By thoughtfully exploring these factors, you will be

By: Lu Ann Gamble l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 24, 2011 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Standard playing cards are... boring? Actually if you take the time to look at them, you might discover that they have properties that make them very versatile.

By: Paul Hoemke l Home & Family > Card Games l Nov 13, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

Learning how to score a game of bridge is the key to understanding how the bidding system works. Knowing how the scoring works helps you understand why it is better to bid for a major suit or No

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 11, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0

I bet you didn't realize how valuable a deck of playing cards or my personal old school favorite, UNO, could be. Many kids struggle with various social skills including sportsmanship, joining in with

By: Alison R Ratner l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 03, 2011 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
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Playing cards is a pastime that has been keeping people entertained for many generations. Whether you are teaching your children a simple card trick or how to play a family game, cards can be a fun

By: Jeremy P Stanfords l Home & Family > Card Games l Jan 26, 2012 lViews: 69 lComments: 0
Daniel Barty-King

A brief overview of how to play the game of Rummy. The article also highlights a few of the names by which Rummy is known throughout the world.

By: Daniel Barty-King l Home & Family > Card Games l Feb 16, 2012 lViews: 68 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

The Rule of 20 is a technique used by bridge players to decide if their hand is suitable for opening the bidding. How do you use the Rule of 20?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Feb 26, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

There are two types of slam in bridge - a small and grand. What are they and how do you decide if you can bid for one of them?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Jan 06, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

Learning how to score a game of bridge is the key to understanding how the bidding system works. Knowing how the scoring works helps you understand why it is better to bid for a major suit or No

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 11, 2011 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

The absolute basics of the card game of bridge. What is a trick? How is a game played? How does the scoring work?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 07, 2011 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

The Rule Of 14 is a bridge bidding convention used in Acol bridge. It is used by the responder when they are replying to their partner's opening bid. What is the Rule of 14 and when should you use it?

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Apr 02, 2012 lViews: 60 lComments: 0
Poppy R Smith

Fourth suit forcing is a convention used in the card game of bridge. It is used to help find the right contract for a partnership where no immediately obvious fit between the partners' cards can be

By: Poppy R Smith l Home & Family > Card Games l Mar 18, 2012 lViews: 80 lComments: 0

While spider solitaire is not as old as other games in its class, it still has a rich history. While its name coincides with the legs of the spider, which are eight, it is also an inspiration from

By: Hagai Eisenberg l Home & Family > Card Games l Jan 09, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Many people dream of owning log cabin homes. You may want a beautiful vacation home to spend summer vacations and holidays with your family.

By: Robert Henson l Home & Family > Card Games l Dec 04, 2011 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

Standard playing cards are... boring? Actually if you take the time to look at them, you might discover that they have properties that make them very versatile.

By: Paul Hoemke l Home & Family > Card Games l Nov 13, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

Careful selection of your card table cover requires the identification and evaluation of a number of factors-fabric, size, color, cleaning, etc. By thoughtfully exploring these factors, you will be

By: Lu Ann Gamble l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 24, 2011 lViews: 57 lComments: 0

I bet you didn't realize how valuable a deck of playing cards or my personal old school favorite, UNO, could be. Many kids struggle with various social skills including sportsmanship, joining in with

By: Alison R Ratner l Home & Family > Card Games l Oct 03, 2011 lViews: 50 lComments: 0

Solitaire is one of the leading forms of entertainment. This article provides information on how to play the game.

By: Keyur M Shah l Home & Family > Card Games l Mar 18, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

With all the technological advances in the gaming industry, sometimes I am surprised that card games have kept such a strong foothold in the gaming market. Surprising or not, the demand for quality

By: Brian Yates l Home & Family > Card Games l Mar 09, 2012 lViews: 61 lComments: 0
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