A Card Game.

Posted on 2005-04-04
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Last Modified: 2010-04-17
There is a card game in which, only 32 cards are played (8 for each spade, club, diamond and heart) out of 52 cards. Order and points are: J (3 points), 9 (2 points), 1 (1 point), 10 (1 point) and K (0 ponit), Q (0 points), 8 (0 pint), 7 (0 point). The cards are given to players four at a times. Then the player call, like 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 etc. The winner selects a colour (like any one of spade, club, diamond and heart). If the highest caller and his opposite player (2 as a team) are able to get the points they have called they win by a red colour and if loses then the get a black. etc.

Whats the game called ? Where can it be downloaded ?
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lotsofish earned 300 total points
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It is called 32 card bridge.

Here is a link to one you can download.  It looks like the scoring is a little different than your method, but I think it is the same game.

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You forgot to post the link.

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Programmer_Jeff earned 100 total points
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Downloaded the game, but I think that thats not the geme I wanted. I will put another q.

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