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Family Card Games Are a Good Way for Families to Bond

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Why Family Card Games?

Family Card Games are a great way for a family to bond. Instead of watching television, all the members of a family can come together with a 52-card deck and play. While the game is on, virtues can be instilled in children, since every Family card game has rules that have to be followed. If you break the rule on purpose, that is cheating. Unlike gambling games, playing cards with family is not addictive. It is just a way to share time together and have a few good laughs. Some card games also require a lot of concentration and wit.

Kinds of Family Card Games

There are all kinds of family card games. Traditional family card games include Bridge, Canasta, Cribbage, Euchre, Hearts, Pinochle, Pitch, Rummy, Solitaire, Spades, and Whist. The trick-taking games are those games with a common play structure. Bridge, Whist and Euchre are examples. The Rummy style games, including Rummy, Canasta and Go Fish, are very popular. Then there are the family card games based on fiction, fantasy and the latest cartoon shows or movies.

History of Family Card Games

When a family card game is played repeatedly and gradually gains popularity, house rules are laid out. It makes the game more accessible if rules are laid out. Within families there is nothing wrong with the idea of adding a new rule or deleting an old one. The general idea behind rules is to add a spirit of authenticity in the game. It was Edward Hoyle, a barrister in England, who ...

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