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    • Trick-taking game

    • A trick-taking game is a card game or tile-based game in which play of a "hand" centers on a series of finite rounds or units of play, called tricks, which are each evaluated to determine a winner or "taker" of that trick. The object of such games then may be closely tied to the number of tricks taken, as in plain-tric ... Read »


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    • Giog

    • Giog is a trick-taking game played by two to four players. It can either be played for fun or as a serious competition. It contains a considerable amount of luck, strategic and psychological elements. It is similar to the card games of Tam cúc, and . Like Banqi, Giog uses xiangqi pieces. For Giog, it is importan ... Read »


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    • Khorol (game)

    • Khorol or Khorlo (Mongolian: Хорол or Хорло) is a multi-trick tile-based game played in Mongolia, Inner Mongolia, and Tuva, usually on Lunar New Year's. It is played between two and eight players with four being the most common. The game appeared during Manchu rule (1645-1912). The mo ... Read »


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