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  • Discard and Knock Your Way to Victory! Discover a new set of friends with an exciting game of Championship Gin All-Stars! Our 24 All-Star characters span across 5 levels of difficulty. Savvy Gin players will love challenging realistic opponents, while Gin beginners get extra help with our personal in-game DreamCoach(TM). We'll go beyond just showing you what to play, we'll explain why you should play it. Learn the more you play!
  • Discover this Exciting Blend of Spades and Euchre with an exciting game of Championship Five Hundred All-Stars! Our 24 All-Star characters span across 5 levels of difficulty. Savvy Five Hundred players will love challenging realistic opponents, while Five Hundred beginners get extra help with our personal in-game DreamCoach(TM). We'll go beyond just showing you what to play, we'll explain why you should play it. Learn the more you play!
  • March to Victory with this Mid-West Favorite! Discover a new set of friends with an exciting game of Championship Euchre All-Stars! Our 24 All-Star characters span across 5 levels of difficulty. Savvy Euchre players will love challenging realistic opponents, while Euchre beginners get extra help with our personal in-game DreamCoach(TM). We'll go beyond just showing you what to play, we'll explain why you should play it. Learn the more you play!
  • In this game, there are 4 players and all 52 cards of a standard playing card deck are used. You and the one sitting opposite to you are partners and score together, so there are 2 teams. At the beginning of each hand, the dealer first deals 6 cards to each player, and then open the next card, the suit of the opened card is the trump used in this hand. The player sitting to the right of the dealer then has the right to choose whether to accept th
  • Experience the excitement of the most popular partnership card game in the United States. Vivid graphics enhance game play across five skill levels. Whether you're an expert or a beginner, our endearing characters and exciting game variations will keep you entertained for years to come. 2006 Winner of Pocket PC Magazine's Best Card Game Award!
  • Plunder Melds and Run with this Jewel! No one knows whether Rummy originated in Spain, Mexico, China, or even America! But we do know one thing-- you'll love playing Championship Rummy! Vivid graphics enhance game play across five skill levels. Whether you're an expert or a beginner, our endearing characters and exciting game variations will keep you entertained for years to come.
  • Embrace the Queen and Shoot the Moon! Play the two-time winner of Pocket PC Magazine's Best Card Game Award today! Vivid graphics enhance game play across five skill levels. Whether you're an expert or a beginner, our endearing characters and exciting game variations will keep you entertained for years to come. Invite Championship Hearts into your home.
  • In this game you play Pinochle with 3 other players. The game is played by 2 decks of standard cards with 2 - 8 removed, so a total of 48 cards are used. The rank ordering of the cards is A, 10, K, Q, J, 9. Each player is dealt 12 cards and then the bidding phase begins. The dealer bids first, and the bid is the total points he thinks he and his partner (the player sitting opposite) can win, and the bid must be a multiple of 10. The bid winner ca
  • Discard and knock your way to victory! Gin gained its popularity in the 1930s when Hollywood celebrities took up the game. Now you can join the fun with Championship Gin! Vivid graphics enhance game play across five skill levels. Whether you're an expert or a beginner, our endearing characters and exciting game variations will keep you entertained for years to come. Invite Championship Gin into your home.
  • March to Victory with this Mid-West Favorite! In the 1800s, Euchre was the national card game. Now, the Internet has helped this social game regain its popularity. Join the fun with Championship Euchre! Vivid graphics enhance game play across five skill levels.Whether you're an expert or a beginner, our endearing characters and exciting game variations will keep you entertained for years to come.
  • This game is played by 2 people with a normal deck of playing cards. At the start of a round the dealer deals 6 cards to each player and then each player chooses two cards to discard into the crib. One card from the remaining cards is turned up and is called the starter, if the starter is a J, then the dealer gets 2 points into his total score. The crib and the starter will be used later. Now the play begins and the player who's not the dealer be
  • This game is played by 4 people with a normal deck playing cards with all, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 removed, resulting in 32 cards. The players sitting opposite to each other are partners and so there are two teams competing. It is a trick taking game that is similar to Spades. The deck is never shuffled and is only cut before dealing. First, each person gets 3 cards, and then another 2 cards and the bidding begins. Each person can bid for a contract or pas
  • Race to the Finish with this Classic! Discover the most realistic game of Cribbage available! Vivid graphics enhance game play across five skill levels. Whether you're an expert or a beginner, our endearing characters and exciting game variations will keep you entertained for years to come. Invite Championship Cribbage into your home.
  • This game is played by 4 players with two decks of cards and 4 jokers , you and the player sitting opposite are partners. At the start of a hand 11 cards are dealt to each player, and then one card is turned from the stock cards to form the discard pile. In this game, 2 and jokers are wild cards, and the basic objective of this game is to form melds. A meld is 3 or more cards of the same rank with at most 2 wild cards and at least 2 natural cards
  • This is the spider solitaire game in four suits. The aim of the game is to arrange the cards of the same suit from K to A and then those cards will be removed. Each time, you can move a group of correctly stacked cards together, and you can put the cards on a card which is one point higher regardless of suit. When you are stuck, you can deal new cards from the deck of unused cards by clicking at the deck. You can deal new cards only when all the
  • This is the spider solitaire game in two suits. The aim of the game is to arrange the cards of the same suit from K to A and then those cards will be removed. Each time, you can move a group of correctly stacked cards together, and you can put the cards on a card which is one point higher regardless of suit. When you are stuck, you can deal new cards from the deck of unused cards by clicking at the deck. You can deal new cards only when all the c
  • Poker Square is played with a deck of 52 standard playing cards. 25 spaces aligned in a 5 by 5 grid are used for this game. At the start of the game, all spaces are empty and the player takes one card at a time from the stock and place it onto the grid. The goal of the game is to form the best possible poker hands both horizontally and vertically. Once all 25 spaces are filled, player is given a score based on these 10 poker hands. Different hand
  • Russian Solitaire is played with a deck of 52 standard playing cards. The object of the game is to move all cards to the 4 foundations at the top building up in suit. There are 7 tableau piles in this game. At the start of the game, 1 card is dealt face down on the second tableau pile from the left, 2 cards on the third, 3 cards on the fourth, and so on. 1 card is dealt face up on the first tableau pile, while each of the other tableau pile recei
  • Australian Patience is played with a deck of 52 standard playing cards. The object of the game is to move all cards to the 4 foundations. At the start of the game, 4 cards are dealt to each of the 7 tableau piles facing up, while a single card is dealt to the discard pile. The remaining cards become the stock, which is placed at the top left facing down next to the discard pile , leaving the foundations empty. The foundations build up in suit fro
  • Sea Towers Solitaire is played with a deck of 52 standard playing cards. The object of the game is to move all the cards to the 4 foundation piles (located two to the far left and two to the far right at the top) and form up in suit from A to K. The 4 free cells in the center at the top can hold one card each and act as storage. Cards placed in these cells can move to and from the tableau piles or foundations. At the start of the game, 5 cards ar
  • In this game there are 7 piles of tableau cards, each contains 7 cards and the first 3 cards of the first 4 piles are covered, the remaining 3 cards of the deck are put aside as the stock cards. The object of the game is to arrange the tableau cards so that there are 4 columns of cards from K to A with the same suit. Each time, you can move any card from any tableau pile but when you move, the cards on top of the moving card must move together as
  • At the start of the game all cards are dealt into 18 fans with 3 cards each (the last fan has only 1 card). The object of this game is to move all the cards to the foundation (the top 4 decks). The foundations are built with cards of the same suit from A to K. Each time you can only move the last card in a fan, and you can either put it on the foundation or on another fan if the last card of that fan has the same suit and is one point higher t
  • This is a solitaire card game played with 2 decks of cards. At the start of the game 10 piles of cards (the tableau piles) are dealt face up with one card on the first pile, 2 cards on the second pile, and so on. The remaining cards form the stock pile and three additional cards are dealt to the waste pile. There are eight spaces and they are the foundation piles. The object of this game is to move all the cards to the foundation piles. The found
  • Euchre one of the most popular card games ever. Particularly popular in the U.S but also in the U.K, New Zealand and Australia. Each of these areas has there own variations. This games is called Simply Euchre with only one variation. The variation is called stick the dealer because if everybody passes when calling the trumps suit the dealer has to make a choice. This can have enjoyable and surprising results.
  • Play this simple and fun card game. You can remove a top card as long as another top card has the same suit and a higher number. Aces can be cleared after all the cards are dealt. Clear the board to score big and get you rname on the high score list!

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