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A fascinating card game for two. Using a 64-card deck consisting of two 52-card decks from which the deuces through sixes have been removed you have to try and make various combinations such as sequences, marriages of Kings and Queens and of course Bezique which is the Queen of Diamonds and the Jack of Spades. You aim to make a target score which is made up from points for the combinations plus points for each trick made which contains a ten or ace - these are called brisques. Full instructions for playing and graphical descriptions of the combinations you can make are included, statistics of games won or lost are kept and you can change the speed.
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