Trick Taking Games

There are a wide variety of Trick taking games with many different features and play styles. In most (though not all) trick taking games, the remaining players in turn order must then add to the trick with a card of the same suit, or "follow suit", if they are able to. In most trick taking games, the winner of a trick will lead the next. In a lot of trick taking games, a subset of the cards are designated as trump, sometimes by the players per hand, such as in Euchre, or are permanently by the rules, such as Spades. There are three common objectives in trick taking games:- Plain trick games: Where the goal is capture as many tricks (or occasionally a specific number of tricks) as possible. Some trick taking games, the players will bid for the right to declare the trump suit for the hand. For example of trick taking games, see their subsection in standard deck playing card game. It includes trick taking games such as Spades, Euchre, German Whist, Exacta, Spite and Malice, and Whist; rummy type games such as Arlington and Canasta; kids' games such as Comet, Knaves, Scotch Whist, and War; and many less well-known games such as Fan Tan, Durok, Tablanette, Klabberjass, Skat, and Zetema. For those of you not used to trick taking games, trump is a word meant to designate the color or suit of a card which can be used to supercede the standard playing order of cards that round.

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Bridge night is back with aBRIDGEd! aBRIDGEd is simple, fun, and relaxing and plays just like the classic game of Bridge without the complex bidding. With newly designed cards and simple instructions, aBRIDGEd takes about 20 minutes to learn and is great fun for brand new Bridge players as well as for the seasoned vet! aBRIDGEd takes about 30-40 minutes per game.

aBRIDGEd Contents:

2 52-Card aBRIDGEd Decks 4 Quick Refrence Cards 4 Score Pads 4 Pencils Full Color Rules



Play a competitive classic anytime, anywhere! Big Screen Hearts offers 3 virtual opponents, classic player and game icons, and pass and card scrolling action. The Auto Light keeps the action moving! The game measures approximately 6.5" x 4" with the screen measuring 1.75" x 3".


MU & MORE $14.95

Mu & More is a collection of five different card games! Mu is a tactical, trick-taking game for 4-6 players. The Last Panther is an anti trick-taking game for 3-8 players. Wimmuln is a trick-taking game where each player estimates how many tricks he will take for 3-6 players. Rummu is a card laying game for 3-6 players and Safaru is a card catching game for 2-4 players.

Contents of Mu & More:

60 cards in 5 colors Instructions



The game Fiasco is believed to have been a popular pastime of rouges and royalty where players took great delight in upsetting the plans of their opponents. It’s a game that is great fun and very easy to learn but is also tough to master and is geared for the advanced card player. Choose your favorite suit and try to collect all of the cards in that suit. You can play high cards to try to win the pot and accumulate points but this leaves you open for your opponents to hit you with Fiasco penalty cards. You can lay low but this may cause you to lose the chance to win with your points. Knowing when to be on the offensive and when to play defense are crucial as you try to outwit your opponents. The player with the highest score after the deck has been exhausted three times wins! Fiasco comes with 54 cards and a rule book.