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Recent Customer Reviews in Card Games

  • Sep 12, 2014

    hoyler  from Port Charlotte, FL, Rating:5.0

    Had a problem with shipping - they lost the first one, but sent a second very quickly.

  • Nov 29, 2010

    yellowfinch87  from Cincinnati, OH, Rating:5.0

    This book has a good variety of card games. It contains games that require little thinking all the way through games that require in-depth logic skills. It has multiple variations of games, giving you a solid foundation of simple ways to have fun with just a deck of cards. It also contains games from 1 player all the way up to 13-16 players which I think makes the book more useful. I can't wait to try out some of the games!

  • Mar 20, 2007

    vikkiv  from Rhode Island, Rating:5.0

    This deck has a nice look to it. The package contains a book with the deck which is a bit difficult to follow although it does provide for reverse meanings which many books do not. I would suggest purchasing this deck along with a book such as "Power Tarot" to provide more insight on the cards and many more spreads.

  • Texas Hold`em Odds And Probabilities

    Mar 26, 2007

    Anonymous  from Tulsa, OK, Rating:3.0

    Good book but not nearly as well constructed as Bill Chen's tome on poker math. That said, Hilger does do a better job in my opinion with some of the more "mundane" rote probability stuff that Chen assumes to be understood already.

  • Bidding in the 21st Century

    Nov 5, 2011

    lyazell  from Santa Cruz, CA, Rating:5.0

    This book is like a text book. In fact it's required for a class I'm taking through ACBL. I love the way Audrey Grant teaches the logical reasons for bidding. I also highly recommend her Bridge at a Glance, which puts all the information (once you know what it means) in an easy-to-refer-to guide.

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