History of Card Games

Some 7th- to 10th century manuscripts follow of playing cards to China, the first example. The first legitimate references to playing cards in Europe goes back to circa 1377, and the history of playing cards that are English goes back to mid 15th century.
Per the fundamental rules of a card game, when a game is played, the players arrange themselves in a circle around a horizontal surface which the cards will probably be played. The players face inwards, and so are seated so they can’t see the cards of each other’s.
A pack of cards can be used to play cards games. All cards are indistinguishable in size and form, and every card has a two sides; one being another the back and the face. Backs in a pack faces and are indistinguishable all may be unique, with respect to the game. In both situations, any card is identifiable by its own face. The group of cards is called a pack in British English and deck in U.S. English.
In suits, cards in a pack are grouped in several card games. Dealing is done either clockwise or counterclockwise. It is generally supposed the dealing is clockwise for games from North North America and West Europe and Russia; Asia and counterclockwise for South and East Europe, also for Swiss games and all Tarot games.
Card games for a solo player are called Solitaire in the U.S and Patience in the U.K.
A few of the most popular conventional cards games are Bridge, Whist, Cribbage, Euchre, Hearts, Pinochle, Pitch, Rummy, Solitaire, Spades and Canasta.

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