There are hundreds of card games available to appeal to all tastes - from the intellectual intricacies of Bridge to the traditions of cribbage and whist. Teach Yourself Card Games includes the classics, games from abroad, and timeless favourites.
The way it is written makes it suitable for everyone, for beginners, regular players, and the experienced player who wants to explore and experiment with new games.
This book can also be used as a reference source, to check on rules or details that you may have forgotten. It includes lots of handy features, such as how to choose which game you play, and a glossary of card playing terms.
The games are separated into the number of players that should ideally play them, and include games such as whist and solo, cribbage and piquet, hearts and skats, pontoon and poker.
This new edition includes substantially revised and updated chapters particularly for games such as Kaluki which have become more extensive and elaborate. There are also suggestions of where readers can find find helpful websites on the internet.