A two-faced trick
Tags: CARD games
- Card spreads and turnovers. Severn, B. // Boys' Life;Jan1990, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p8
Explains how to spread a pack of cards across a table in an overlapping row with one sweep. This is called `ribbon spreading' by magicians.
- The upside-down cards. Severn, B. // Boys' Life;Nov90, Vol. 80 Issue 11, p18
Explains how to perform the upside-down cards magic trick. Materials needed; What you do; The trick.
- Uncovered by bridge, but hearty at hearts. Kendall, Nancy M. // Christian Science Monitor;11/25/96, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p17
Presents anecdotes on playing card games. How the individual learned to play bridge; Information on hearts.
- Women in history game. // Instructor-Intermediate;Mar1998, Vol. 107 Issue 6, p8
Presents the `Great Women Biographic Card Game: Foremothers,' which features photographs and facts about legendary women. Rummy-like game.
- Untitled. // Playthings;Jul93, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p60
Features the trading card products from different companies. 1993 Football Draft trading cards from Classic Games; Upper Deck's 1993 Major League Baseball Series Two set; World Class Marketing's Starlog Space Art fantastic; More.
- Precedence premieres `Babylon 5' card game. // Playthings;Nov97, Vol. 95 Issue 11, p51
Presents information on Precedence Publishing card game to be released in November 1997. What it is based on; How the game is played; Price of the game.
- Think new...about playing cards. Unsworth, J.M. // Arts & Activities;Jun90, Vol. 107 Issue 5, p62
Discusses the history of playing cards and suggests an art class on designing new cards based on the cards in another deck.
- Stacking the deck. Ethier, Eric // Civil War Times Illustrated;Aug99, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p10
Reviews the card games `Blue Vs. Gray,' and `Dixie,'.
- `Hi, king!' // Highlights for Children;Mar95, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p29
Tells how to play a Swedish card game involving actions for two or more players, `Hi, King!' Instructions; The player actions, after a king, queen, jack or ten is played.