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The variety of games that can be played with just 52 or 54 small slips of printed cardboard is staggering - explore a small selection, both well-known and obscure, here!
35 quizzes and 360 trivia questions.
1.
  Trick Taking Games    
Collection Quiz
 10 Qns
Trick taking games revolve around individual units of play, called tricks, and the goal is usually to either take the most tricks or to take the highest value tricks. Can you identify the trick-taking games from this list?
Average, 10 Qns, rahul0, Jun 13 24
Average
rahul0 gold member
Jun 13 24
195 plays
2.
  A Deck of Cards    
Collection Quiz
 10 Qns
You have a standard deck of cards: 52 cards with 13 ranks and 4 suits from Ace to King, plus an optional two jokers, and are ready to play some games. But not all card games use the standard deck. Can you find the ones that do?
Average, 10 Qns, rahul0, Jun 10 24
Average
rahul0 gold member
Jun 10 24
304 plays
3.
  Card Games for One: An Introduction    
Fun Fill-It
 15 Qns
Teach Yourself Card Games
In the not-too-distant past, one way to amuse oneself was to play patiences and solitaires. What you see in front of you is the beginning of introduction by the author George F Hervey.
Easier, 15 Qns, gme24, Jan 17 24
Easier
gme24 gold member
Jan 17 24
181 plays
4.
  Deck the Tables with Clubs and Diamonds   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
I love card games. See if you can match the descriptions of different card decks on the left with the card games that utilize them.
Average, 10 Qns, bmrsnr, Oct 29 23
Average
bmrsnr gold member
Oct 29 23
189 plays
5.
Deal Them In
  Deal Them In!   popular trivia quiz  
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
There are so many card games out there, and so many names for them! With the help of the pictures, can you figure out what these games are and how they are played? Good luck!
Very Easy, 10 Qns, Lpez, Sep 06 17
Very Easy
Lpez
Sep 06 17
817 plays
6.
Its in the Cards
  It's in the Cards!    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Your success at this quiz is in the cards, for this quiz is all about different games one may play with cards.
Average, 10 Qns, alaspooryoric, Aug 30 15
Average
alaspooryoric gold member
577 plays
7.
Whats the Deal
  What's the Deal?   popular trivia quiz  
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
A few questions about some popular card games, with some pictures thrown in to make it a bit easier. Do we have a deal?
Average, 10 Qns, timence, Oct 18 13
Average
timence gold member
1215 plays
8.
Deal Me In
  Deal Me In    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Here are some questions on a variety of card games-want me to deal you in?
Easier, 10 Qns, austinnene, Sep 17 15
Easier
austinnene
557 plays
9.
Deal Me In
  Deal Me In!   great trivia quiz  
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
I enjoy playing cards and decided to make a quiz about them. Here are a few simple questions about some of my favourite games.
Average, 10 Qns, ozzz2002, Jan 05 22
Average
ozzz2002 gold member
Jan 05 22
813 plays
10.
  Match the Card Game Teaser   great trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Can you match these ten card games from some terms associated with each game? Have fun.
Easier, 10 Qns, Creedy, Sep 09 16
Easier
Creedy gold member
1107 plays
trivia question Quick Question
Rummy is a relatively easy matching game, though I still get confused. What must I do to win the game?

From Quiz "Just Help Me to Understand"




11.
A Game Objective
  A Game Objective    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Brief descriptions and photo hints may guide you to pick out the correct card games from this selection. Let's see how you go.
Average, 10 Qns, suomy, Sep 17 15
Average
suomy
490 plays
12.
Shuffle Up and Deal
  Shuffle Up and Deal!    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Each of these sentences hides the name of a card game. Use the clues to help yourself and maybe you will win the game.
Easier, 10 Qns, dcpddc478, Jan 15 16
Easier
dcpddc478
591 plays
13.
  Just Help Me to Understand   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Please, help me to understand the rules of these card games. Sometimes I get a bit confused or overwhelmed!
Average, 10 Qns, spanishliz, Apr 26 17
Average
spanishliz editor
1401 plays
14.
  Why Not a Card Game?    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Would you like to play a game of cards? How about one of these ten? I'll offer invitations to ten popular card games - you match the name of each one of the games to the descriptions provided. Good luck!
Easier, 10 Qns, Rizeeve, Aug 28 20
Easier
Rizeeve gold member
Aug 28 20
517 plays
15.
  All You Need Is a Deck of Cards   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
That is all you need! Can you identify each of these classic games, played with a standard deck of 52 cards (plus Jokers, perhaps)? Some familiarity with card-playing terminology (trump, trick, foundation, etc.) is required. U.S. rules apply!
Average, 10 Qns, gracious1, Dec 31 13
Average
gracious1 gold member
697 plays
16.
Name THAT Game
  Name THAT Game!    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
So many great card games exist to help us enjoy our leisure time. Can you identify some of these games from the picture clues provided? Good luck!
Very Difficult, 10 Qns, coachpauly, Jan 23 15
Very Difficult
coachpauly
702 plays
17.
  Suit You Sir!   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz looks at the story behind the standard deck of playing cards. Where did they come from? What do their symbols mean? And why? Find the answers here! A special thanks to Arlesienne for her help with this quiz.
Average, 10 Qns, doublemm, Oct 06 09
Average
doublemm gold member
612 plays
18.
  What Card Game is It?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz was set by The Ascension Quest. It is looking at all aspects of card games. Do you know your card games? You do? Well, let's see then.
Average, 10 Qns, pmarney, Oct 30 13
Average
pmarney gold member
791 plays
19.
  Name the Card Game    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Very simple concept here, these questions will all be about popular card games that either use a standard deck of 52 cards, or some variation of the standard deck. Best of luck!
Average, 10 Qns, thejazzkickazz, Jan 31 23
Average
thejazzkickazz gold member
Jan 31 23
1798 plays
20.
  On the Cards    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I've come to a psychic reading with the inimitable Miss Leo. What's on the cards?
Average, 10 Qns, malik24, Jun 02 19
Average
malik24
Jun 02 19
200 plays
21.
  Cards from Around the World   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Can you guess the country of origin of these card games? Linguistics and geography may help you in your quest.
Average, 10 Qns, namrewsna, Apr 17 17
Average
namrewsna
254 plays
22.
  Games With No Standards   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Who says that a card game requires a standard 52-card deck? These ten alternatives prove that you don't need to stack the deck with the norm. Good luck!
Average, 10 Qns, kyleisalive, Sep 15 18
Average
kyleisalive editor
Sep 15 18
170 plays
23.
  Strike First, Strike Hard, No Mercy    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Card games give people a chance to channel their ruthless, vicious, competitive side into fun and laughter! Here are some wacky games played with non-standard decks of cards that can get wild and rowdy!
Tough, 10 Qns, agentofchaos, Jan 12 20
Tough
agentofchaos gold member
Jan 12 20
317 plays
24.
  Life Lessons From A Card Game    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Many of the fondest memories from my childhood come from playing card games with my parents and grandparents. Here is a quiz about some of the games and life lessons I learned from a deck of cards.
Average, 10 Qns, adam36, Mar 29 20
Average
adam36 gold member
Mar 29 20
361 plays
25.
  What's the Score?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
These questions all relate to card games that involve scoring points or reward a specific number of points. Identify the score or determine the number of points rewarded in each game. Good luck!
Average, 10 Qns, Rizeeve, Aug 20 20
Average
Rizeeve gold member
Aug 20 20
233 plays
26.
  The Mystery Box    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
My mystery toy box holds an unlimited supply of unique games and toys. Can you identify the ten different card games my box holds from the clues provided?
Average, 10 Qns, Sethdv7, Sep 01 13
Average
Sethdv7 gold member
476 plays
27.
  On deck: a history of playing cards    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Playing cards have a long and fascinating history, making them a very collectible and well-loved item around the world. This quiz takes you on a quick tour of that history.
Average, 10 Qns, timence, Jul 23 12
Average
timence gold member
288 plays
28.
  This Should Do The Trick!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Can you name the trick-taking card game based on the experiences described in each question?
Tough, 10 Qns, logikzer0, Oct 08 14
Tough
logikzer0 gold member
315 plays
29.
  So, You Think You Know Your Playing Cards?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
We all know that the standard 52 card deck is used to play many games like Blackjack, Poker, Gin Rummy,etc. But do you REALLY pay attention to the cards while you're playing with them?
Difficult, 10 Qns, SlipDaniels, Oct 26 20
Difficult
SlipDaniels
Oct 26 20
1522 plays
30.
  Card Game Grab Bag    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
How well do you know card games? Features of well-known (and maybe not so well-known) card games will be described. Some of the games already have quizzes about them, and some do not. All you have to do is make the correct choices. Good luck!
Average, 15 Qns, ilovepuppies, Feb 17 17
Average
ilovepuppies
1151 plays
31.
  A Small Test of Cards    
Multiple Choice
 5 Qns
A quiz for the card player. This is only about the Standard American Deck of playing cards. Not pinochle or other types of decks.
Easier, 5 Qns, Sarah324, Apr 07 19
Easier
Sarah324
Apr 07 19
6462 plays
32.
  A Collection of Card Games    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
There are quite a few games you can play with cards. Here are just a few of these games. Good luck!
Tough, 10 Qns, Buddy1, Apr 01 22
Tough
Buddy1 gold member
Apr 01 22
406 plays
33.
  Card Shark    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Think you know cards? Well try this quiz to see if you really are a Card Shark. H = Hearts, D = Diamonds, S = Spades and C = Clubs.
Difficult, 15 Qns, wyattsheff, Nov 01 23
Difficult
wyattsheff
Nov 01 23
646 plays
34.
  Jokers Wild    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A collection of questions on various card games.
Average, 10 Qns, 25or6to4, Jul 28 17
Average
25or6to4
456 plays
35.
  What a Card!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A quiz about playing cards and the games we play with them.
Tough, 10 Qns, SBH, Jan 12 16
Tough
SBH
1083 plays

Card Games Mixture Trivia Questions

1. What is the point value of each red 3, the highest-scoring single card, melded by a team in Canasta?

From Quiz
What's the Score?

Answer: 100

The coveted red 3 awards the player or team that melds it 100 points. If one player or team manages to make melds with all four red 3s in the deck, points are doubled and a staggering 800 total points are awarded. Each joker melded awards 50 points, 2s and aces award 20 points, and the remaining cards only grant 5 (black 3-7) or 10 (8-K) points.

2. Cards Against Humanity, the self-styled "party game for horrible people," was loosely based on what other, more innocuous card game?

From Quiz Strike First, Strike Hard, No Mercy

Answer: Apples to Apples

In Apples to Apples, a player who acts as judge places a "description" card containing an adjective in the middle of the table and players must match it with one of their own "thing" cards containing a noun. The response judged to be the best match wins the round. The popularity of this rather innocent and wholesome game inspired the creators of Cards Against Humanity to create a card-matching game that was neither innocent nor wholesome. In the latter game, the communal card is a black card containing a phrase or sentence with a blank. Players must match it with a white card from their hand, which contains a random word or phrase, quite often of a bizarre or outrageous nature. The player acting as judge for that round then decides which answer is the funniest, based on whatever criteria they like. This game is designed to transgress social norms, and the results can be either shockingly offensive or utterly hilarious, depending on your point of view.

3. Played with black and white cards written in plain Helvetica font, what game is known for being unabashedly politically incorrect?

From Quiz Games With No Standards

Answer: Cards Against Humanity

Launched in 2011 after a strong Kickstarter campaign, Cards Against Humanity grew to become a millennial favourite over the decade, building itself around the simple premise of receiving a question (or a FITB) where the goal is to pick the funniest card for the person leading the round. Most of the option cards are clearly offensive though some are relatively innocuous; all you need to do is play to the card reader's warped sense of humour. The game creators are known for their game concept, releasing new expansions consistently to refresh the game, but also for their marketing. Over the years, the company has taken donations to buy a private island and dig a hole (a literal money pit). They've also intentionally raised priced during Black Friday (only to sell MORE copies than usual as a result) and mail paying customers cow dung. People asked for it.

4. Bridge is a game that I have never been able to master, largely because I don't understand how the bidding works. The more I read the more my head aches, so I'll simply ask this: Which of the four suits listed ranks the highest?

From Quiz Just Help Me to Understand

Answer: Spades

Spades and hearts are major suits and the other two are minor suits. From high to low they go spades, hearts, diamonds, clubs and if a player wants to bid diamonds after someone else bids hearts, they need to go up a level - two diamonds over one heart for example. I understand that the various bids communicate facts about one's hand to one's partner, and that the winning bid decides which suit (if any) is trump and how many tricks the bidder thinks they can win. What I don't understand is how it is actually done!

5. Where did the classic trick-winning game whist begin that is said to have inspired modern contract bridge?

From Quiz Cards from Around the World

Answer: London

Whist's origins can be traced to a party of players at the Crown Coffee House in the late 1720's. Edmond Hoyle, the famous writer of card game rules and strategy books is believed to have been included in this group who devised the game. Many variants have been developed and at one time it was said to be the most popular card game in the world. Though its popularity has faded a bit, giving way in part to its "child" bridge, it is still played regularly.

6. The game of Cassino taught me that not all cards and things in life are created equal. What highly coveted specific numeric card is worth two points out of the eleven possible points in a round?

From Quiz Life Lessons From A Card Game

Answer: Ten of Diamonds

Cassino was a particular favorite of my family. It is a game that can be played with two, three or four players. The object of the game is to collect specific cards that have point value. Four cards are dealt "up" in the middle of the field and players take turns matching "up" cards or creating "builds" of cards. For example an "up" three plus a player's two can be "building" a five for the player to take the turn. Each of the aces and the two of spades are worth one point each. The player with the most cards at the end of the round receives three points and the player with the most spades receives one point. However, the ten of diamonds is worth two points, making it a highly coveted card. Cassino is an example of a game that teaches basic math and basic life lessons. Some cards are more valuable than others for no reason other than capriciousness. Cassino also teaches that life is not always fair. A "build" can be altered or taken by an opponent. For example, you place an ace on a nine and state that you are "building" tens. You eagerly await your next turn when you will scoop up your "build" with the ten of diamonds, and claim three points. However, instead your opponent smiles says thank you, and takes your build before your next turn with another ten.

7. From the options below, which is the only "Solitaire" card game?

From Quiz What Card Game is It?

Answer: Clock

The cards are dealt out into the shape of a clock face-down, with cards in the middle as well, so you end up with 13 piles of four cards. The aim of the game is to move all the cards into 13 different piles--all four aces into the one o'clock position and then so on around, with Jacks becoming 11 o'clock and Queens 12 o'clock. The four Kings end up in the middle of the clock face. If all the Kings end up in the middle before all cards play, you lose. If all the cards end up in the right place before the four Kings are in the middle, you win.

8. The timing of the very first appearance of playing cards is uncertain, but almost definitely goes back to the country where paper was invented. Where is that?

From Quiz On deck: a history of playing cards

Answer: China

There are written historical records going back to the 9th Century in China (The Tang Dynasty), where members of royalty played what was known as the "leaf game". Some sources suggest that early playing cards were also used as currency (in other words, trading cards).

9. In which card game might someone "shoot the moon"?

From Quiz Jokers Wild

Answer: Hearts

While the object of the game is to avoid points, if you collect all the points in one hand, it is known as "shooting the moon" and everyone else gets points while you get zero.

10. The origin of playing cards is often disputed. However, most do agree that the concept was first developed in the country that invented the paper on which the cards were printed. Which country is this?

From Quiz Suit You Sir!

Answer: China

Playing cards are said to have been around as early as the 9th century in China. It is thought that the Chinese first developed and used these cards as a secondary currency - the cards being similar in appearance to the paper money of the time. People would often play with them and the victor would take the cards as a prize. In comparison to today's European decks, the Chinese playing cards were very different in appearance. Nevertheless, there were some obvious similarities. One such similarity was the use of suits - the Chinese first used three suits (coins, strings of coins, and myriads of strings of coins) in their Kwan Pa'i playing cards. A fourth suit, in the form of tens of myriads of strings of coins, was later added when the Lut Chi playing cards were developed. These suits show that there was a clear hierarchical order of suit importance - an aspect still seen in the card games of today (e.g. bridge).

11. The ultimate goal of this card game is to avoid taking tricks that contain either the queen of spades or any hearts, unless, of course, you are planning to 'shoot the moon'. What is the name of this charming game?

From Quiz Name the Card Game

Answer: Hearts

If you love to play hearts, you are not alone, it is the favorite card game of President Bill Clinton. The object of the game of Hearts is pretty basic, avoid taking any tricks that contain hearts, which are worth one point each, and to strenuously avoid taking a trick containing the queen of spades, which is worth 13 lousy points. In Hearts, points are bad. 'Shooting the moon' involves taking *all* the hearts *and* the queen of spades. If you are skillful enough to do so, it is worth your while. A successful shooting of the moon takes 26 points off your score, or alternatively adds 26 points to everyone else's scores.

12. This game, primarily played in the UK, requires two people. You need a full deck of cards (excluding jokers) and very quick reactions. This is a game for two players in which the aim is to get rid of your cards as fast as possible.

From Quiz Card Game Grab Bag

Answer: Speed

In Speed, the players do not take turns - physical speed and alertness are required to play faster than your opponent. By being first to play all your stockpile cards you can reduce the number of cards you have in the next deal. By being successful for several deals you can eventually get rid of all your cards, thereby winning the game and taking all the glory. Remember, if you want to play this game use old cards because they can get very battered. It is quite complicated to play but I am sure that there are Web sites that could give you the whole layout of the game.

13. How many face cards are in a standard deck?

From Quiz So, You Think You Know Your Playing Cards?

Answer: 12

The King, Queen, and Jack of each suit are counted. Aces don't count as face cards.

14. Playing cards vary from country to country. In English-speaking countries, the face cards are represented by the letters K, Q and J. Which face card is represented by the letter D in some countries?

From Quiz What a Card!

Answer: Queen

Some countries, like France, have a "Dame" or "Donna" instead of a Queen.

15. How many cards are there in a standard American deck? (not including jokers)

From Quiz A Small Test of Cards

Answer: 52

16. Cards Against Humanity also inspired an unauthorised parody produced by Vampire Squid Cards by what name?

From Quiz Strike First, Strike Hard, No Mercy

Answer: Crabs Adjust Humidity

The game's logo shows a crab turning a dial with its claw. This game was essentially an expansion pack for Cards Against Humanity that used the same kinds of black and white cards, and five volumes were produced. All five volumes could be purchased in a single "Omniclaw Edition." The makers of this game openly acknowledged that it was unauthorized and that it was completely unaffiliated with the company that produced Cards Against Humanity. What sort of legal status this gave the game, I don't know. In 2020, the Crabs Adjust Humidity website stated that the game is no longer available, giving the dates "2013-2019."

17. In what game do you build your own dungeon in order to stop local heroes from passing through and defeating you?

From Quiz Games With No Standards

Answer: Boss Monster

Boss Monster is equal parts card game and dungeon builder. You start the game by drawing a monster card and you attempt to construct a dungeon of up to five rooms to complicate things for the heroes who plan on looting your rooms and causing you harm. At the same time, you need to harm other players by affecting their dungeon in various ways. The winner ends up being the player who can accumulate the most kills without dying. A sequel, Boss Monster 2: The Next Level, released in 2015, expanding the original game.

18. Cribbage is my favourite card game, which I understand fairly well. Remind me, though, what does it mean when a player says "That's a nineteen hand!"

From Quiz Just Help Me to Understand

Answer: The hand is worth zero points.

Nineteen is an impossible score using the standard cribbage counting system, and has come to mean "No score" colloquially. A perfect hand totals 29 points, and some cribbage boards are produced in the shape of that number.

19. Two very similar games to whist are both played almost exclusively in two countries far apart from each other. The game is called Cuarenta in ______ and Ronda in _______. Which two countries fill the blanks?

From Quiz Cards from Around the World

Answer: Ecuador/Morocco

Variations between the two games are noteworthy but playing and scoring are similar. Cuarenta means 40 in Spanish which is a significant scoring threshold and also the number of cards used. Cuarenta uses the standard 52 card deck with the 8's 9's and 10's removed whereas Ronda uses the 40 card Spanish deck. Before cards are played there is a declarative stage where certain card combos (common element but the viable combos are different in the two games) must be declared immediately if held and this may end up advantageous to the other player or team.

20. The game of War taught me that unfortunately strength can be measured and that the stronger team usually wins. How do you start a "war" in the card game?

From Quiz Life Lessons From A Card Game

Answer: The players turn up cards of equal value

War is a simple game that has even made its way into casinos across the US. Players are an even number of cards. If there are two players, each player gets 26 cards; if there are three players each player gets 17 cards (the two of clubs is removed). The players turn over a random card and the highest card played "captures" the other player's lower card. If the players turn up the same card, then a "war" is declared. Each player lays out three cards face down and a fourth face up. Again the highest card takes all the "spoils". If the players again turn up cards of equal value, then the hostilities continue until a winner is achieved. The game ends when one player ends the war by capturing all of the cards of the other. Like real war, the card game is often mind-numbing and pointless, and is decided by randomness. While not an official variant, I have played a version of the game called "Helen of Troy" where a special war is called whenever a King takes an opponent's Queen.

21. Which trick-taking game has the same name as a Suffolk town renowned worldwide for Thoroughbred horse racing?

From Quiz What Card Game is It?

Answer: Newmarket

Newmarket is a game played and enjoyed for small stakes, loosely based on horse racing. Two decks of cards are required and 3-8 people can play at any one time.

22. In Hearts, what happens if a player collects the Queen of Spades and all cards that are hearts?

From Quiz A Collection of Card Games

Answer: All other players gain 26 points.

Normally, the Queen of Spades is worth 13 points and hearts are worth one point. However, if a player collects the Queen of Spades and all hearts, then all other players gain 26 points while the player with those cards gains no points. This is called shooting the moon. In some versions of the game, the player with the cards subtracts 26 points from his or her score while everybody else has their score unaffected.

23. Playing cards appeared in Europe in the late 14th Century, and very quickly became a controversial item, often being banned. Why? (Note: The answer specifically refers to that time period)

From Quiz On deck: a history of playing cards

Answer: Their use in gambling

Between 1377-1392, references to playing cards were widespread across Europe (most notably Italy, France, Spain and Switzerland). Several countries banned playing cards (albeit for short periods of time) because of their link to gambling activity.

24. In the game of hearts, which card is it best to avoid?

From Quiz Jokers Wild

Answer: queen of spades

In hearts, you try to avoid points. Each heart is worth one point and the queen of spades is worth thirteen.

25. It's Blackjack in the Casino, you have 6H and 6D, making a total of 12. The dealer is showing 4C. If you are playing the percentages, what is the correct move here?

From Quiz Card Shark

Answer: Split

12 is a poor number for Blackjack, so you should split the sixes. Although sixes are still poor cards and you now have two bets, you could always hit a two, three, four or five. If you do hit tens with the sixes you will have to stand and hope the dealer busts, which is quite likely with a four starting card.

26. What is the specific object of the entertaining and easy-to-learn card game most commonly referred to as Oh Hell?

From Quiz Name the Card Game

Answer: Take the number of tricks bid

In Oh Hell, also known as Oh Jerusalem, Screw Your Neighbor and Mormon Bridge, each player is dealt the maximum number of cards (for example 12 with four players and a regular 52-card deck). Players then proceed to estimate how many tricks they will take with their hand, and each player must take that exact number of tricks to maximize their score. Each subsequent hand sees one less card dealt per player, until each is dealt only one card. The game can then be reversed, with each player dealt an additional card per hand back up to the maximum. Dealing can proceed in an opposite fashion as well, with one card dealt to each player at first, up to the maximum number of cards. Lots of fun!

27. This game consists of 30 cards, and on each card is a different person or object. The aim of the game is to win all the cards. "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy has been featured in this game.

From Quiz Card Game Grab Bag

Answer: Top Trumps

Top Trumps can be in different variations such as cars, soccer players, and even film characters.

28. How many one-eyed Jacks are there in a deck?

From Quiz So, You Think You Know Your Playing Cards?

Answer: 2

The Jack of Spades and Jack of Hearts are both facing sideways, and are nicknamed one-eyed jacks since only one eye is visible.

29. The suits in playing cards (hearts, diamonds, spades, clubs) developed from the symbols used in the "Minor Arcana" of the Tarot card deck. For instance, "pentacles" in the Tarot deck are equivalent to...?

From Quiz What a Card!

Answer: Diamonds

The other pairs are hearts/cups, clubs/wands and spades/swords.

30. How many cards of each suit are there in a deck?

From Quiz A Small Test of Cards

Answer: 13

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