The 30 best card games
This book invites you on a journey through space and time through some of the favorite games of our ancestors or our neighbors.
The games described here, whether old or recent, were captured on the fly. Many of them come from ten years of weekly column in a large regional newspaper, a veritable observatory of the actual practice of card games through its mail from readers. This book invites you on a journey through space and time through some of the favorite games of our ancestors or our neighbors. They are a reflection of the inventiveness of the human spirit, caught in the game of this privileged material that is the deck of cards, so rich in combinations and carrying emblematic figures, powerful ferments for the imagination. These are in any case, after half a century of happy attendance, the rules of my 30 favorite games. Whether you are 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or more, or even alone, there will always be one to distract you. You will no longer be able to travel without this book, an infallible remedy for boredom!