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Denexa Games Blog by Scott Nazelrod - 1M ago
Dingo is a strategic card game for four players. In this game, being the last player to play a black card of a given rank gets you points, ..read more
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Denexa Games Blog by Scott Nazelrod - 2M ago
California Speed is a fast-paced game for two players. Much like regular Speed, in California Speed each player controls half of the deck, ..read more
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Denexa Games Blog by Scott Nazelrod - 3M ago
Envite is a trick-taking game for four to as many as twelve players in teams. Although it includes a round of bidding, the result of this ..read more
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Denexa Games Blog by Scott Nazelrod - 4M ago
Mattis is a Norwegian trick-taking game for three to eight players. A game of Mattis consists of two distinct parts. First, players build ..read more
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After choosing a poker tournament structure, setting up the blinds schedule is the most meaningful decision a would-be tournament director ..read more
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Denexa Games Blog by Scott Nazelrod - 6M ago
Pay Me is a form of Contract Rummy for two to eight players. Much like in Three Thirteen Rummy, the number of cards dealt changes on every ..read more
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After you’ve chosen the poker tournament structure you want to run, the next step is to select the buy-in. You’ll also want to decide ..read more
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Denexa Games Blog by Scott Nazelrod - 7M ago
Myllymatti is a Finnish trick-taking game for three players. A hand of Myllymatti consists of two phases. In the first half of the game, ..read more
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Denexa Games Blog by Scott Nazelrod - 8M ago
Some poker players find the pace of a typical cash game to be too slow-paced for their liking. Hand after hand is played, money changes ..read more
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Denexa Games Blog by Scott Nazelrod - 10M ago
Turnover Bridge is, despite its name, a variant of Whist for two players. Unusually among trick-taking games, each player only has two ..read more

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