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Kobayashi opening

Kobayashi fuseki is a fuseki for Black stones in the game of Go. Its name comes from Kobayashi Koichi, who has very often used this fuseki. Kobayashi fuseki, as shown below. It is similar to a mini-Chinese fuseki. He emphasizes the influence to f ...

                                               

Shusaku opening

The Shusaku opening, or Shusaku fuseki, is a traditional fuseki for black stones in the game of Go. It was developed to perfection by Honinbo Shusaku. With his options, he laid the foundations of the theory of basic fuseki for nearly a century to ...

                                               

Nadare jōseki

The nadare jōseki in Japanese) is one of the most celebrated jōseki in the opening stage game of Go, and the one that has been most deeply studied in modern times. Hundreds of unique variations have appeared in high-level games. Aside from the ta ...

                                               

Xiangqi at the 2010 Asian Games – Mens individual

The competition of the mens individual standard Xiangqi took place at the Guangzhou Chess Institute between November 13 and November 19 at the 2010 Asian Games.

                                               

Xiangqi at the 2010 Asian Games – Womens individual

The competition of the Womens individual standard Xiangqi took place at the Guangzhou Chess Institute between November 13 and November 19 at the 2010 Asian Games.

                                               

Acey-deucey

Acey-deucey is a variant of backgammon. Since World War I, it has been a favorite game of the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Merchant Marine. Some evidence shows that it was played in the early 1900s aboard U.S. Navy ships. The game is bel ...

                                               

Gul bara

Gul bara is a backgammon variant. It is also called as Rosespring Backgammon’ or Crazy Narde’. The motive of the game is to move all of ones checkers around the board and bear them off. The first player who bears off all his/her checkers wins the ...

                                               

Plakoto

Plakoto is a tables game popular in Greece. The object of Plakoto is for the player to bring all their checkers around to their own home board and then bear them off. The player who bears off all of his checkers first wins the game. This game is ...

                                               

Tapa (game)

Tapa is a version of Backgammon played in Bulgaria and North Macedonia. It is also played in Greece, where it is known as Plakoto. The word tapa means bottle cap. Tapa is usually played the third game in a Tabla match, the first two Tabla similar ...

                                               

La-Trel

La-Trel is an abstract strategy board game designed by Richard Morgan. It was nominated for the Spiel des Jahres award 1996. The game is played on a standard chessboard and combines elements from chess and draughts. It was released in three editi ...

                                               

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Mahjong video game

A Mahjong video game is a video game that is based on the classical Chinese game mahjong. However, many mahjong video games, especially among those released in Western territories, do not depict the actual game of mahjong but rather mahjong solit ...

                                               

The Isle of Four Winds: Rune War

Next Generation reviewed the PlayStation version of the game, rating it three stars out of five, and stated that "For gamers whove never played Mahjong, Rune War offers an excellent tutorial and is a good introduction to the game. Mahjong players ...

                                               

Counting Patience

Like most patiences, counting patiences are card games for one person. Playing cards Rummy is a simple pack of 52 cards which are shuffled and placed face down in a stack the Talon in front of the player. Card then for the time and sequence of th ...

                                               

Acht-Packchen-Patience

                                               

Little Lots

Eight-Packet Patience or Little Lots is a patience game and one of the most popular and widespread card games in the world. Its origins are unclear, but it bears some similarity with the classic Asian game of Mahjong.

                                               

Little Lots

                                               

Fourteen Out

Fourteen Out is a Patience card game played with a deck of 52 playing cards. As this game involves carrying off cards with a fixed sum, it belongs to the same family of games as Pyramid.

                                               

Monte Carlo (solitaire)

Monte Carlo is a Patience pair-matching card game where the object is to remove pairs from the tableau. Contrary to its name, it has no relation to the city with the same name nor to any casino-related game.

                                               

Bisley (solitaire)

Bisley is a solitaire card game which uses a deck of 52 playing cards. It is one of the few one-deck games in which the player has options on which foundation a card can be placed.

                                               

Capricieuse

The entire deck must be dealt into twelve piles of cards. Any arrangement will do, but for convenience, two rows of six piles each will be formed. During dealing, one ace and one king of each suit is removed, all of which will form the foundation ...

                                               

Martha (solitaire)

Martha is a solitaire card game that is played with a deck of 52 playing cards. It has a novelty of having half of the cards in the tableau faced down.

                                               

Perseverance (solitaire)

Perseverance is a solitaire card game played with a deck of 52 playing cards. The reason for the name is not known, but probably, the player must play this game with perseverance to succeed.

                                               

Kings Audience

Kings Audience is a solitaire card game which uses a deck of 52 playing cards. It is so named because the King and Queen of each suit seem to watch the action.

                                               

Beleaguered Castle

Beleaguered Castle is a solitaire card game played with a deck of 52 playing cards. It is one of the card games touted as "Freecell without cells" because its game play is somewhat akin to the popular solitaire computer game but without extra emp ...

                                               

Congress (solitaire)

Congress is a solitaire card game using two decks of 52 playing cards each. It is a simple but strategic game which requires skill and careful choosing for it to be completed successfully.

                                               

Fortress (card game)

Fortress is a solitaire card game which is played with a deck of playing cards, of the Castle family. It has two more tableau piles than Beleaguered Castle and the piles are shorter. First, ten overlapping rows, forming two containing six cards, ...

                                               

Acme (solitaire)

Acme has four tableau stacks of one card each, and they are built down in suit. There are also four Foundations that build up in suit. The Reserve Pile contains 13 cards which can be played onto the Foundations or Tableau Stacks. The deck turns u ...

                                               

Duchess (solitaire)

Duchess is a solitaire card game which uses a deck of 52 playing cards. It has all four typical features, a tableau, a reserve, a stock and a waste pile, and is quite easy to win.

                                               

Eagle Wing

Eagle Wing is a Patience game which is played with a deck of 52 playing cards. The game takes its name from the tableau which depicts a bird, particularly an eagle, spreading its wings in flight.

                                               

Aces and Kings

Aces and Kings is a solitaire game using two decks of playing cards. The object of the game is to build 8 Foundations down from King to Ace or up from Ace to King without regard to suit.

                                               

Algerian (solitaire)

Algerian is a unique and difficult solitaire game using two decks of playing cards. The object of the game is to build 8 Foundations down from King to Ace or up from Ace to King in suit.

                                               

Alhambra (solitaire)

Alhambra is a solitaire card game which is played using two decks of playing cards. Its unusual feature is akin to that of Crazy Quilt: the cards in the reserve are built either on the foundations or on a waste pile.

                                               

American Toad (solitaire)

American Toad is a solitaire game using two decks of playing cards. This game is similar to Canfield except that the Tableau builds down in suit, and a partial Tableau Stack cannot be moved. The object of the game is to move all cards to the Foun ...

                                               

Archway (solitaire)

The game starts by placing one of each ace A ♥, A ♠, A ♦, A ♣ and one of each king K ♥, K ♠, K ♦, K ♣ at the bottom of your playing area. These cards will be your foundation. At the middle of the playing area, the tableau is created by randomly d ...

                                               

Babette (card game)

First, a row of eight cards are dealt. These eight cards will be bases for eight columns to be formed during the game. The object of the game is to put one ACE and one king of each suit to become the cornerstone whenever available and built each ...

                                               

Backbone (solitaire)

Backbone has eight Foundations that build up from Ace to King in suit. Here is an example: ♣, 2♣, 3♣, 4♣. In the center are two reserve stacks to form the "backbone". In the lower part of the "backbone", there is a card that overlaps both reserve ...

                                               

Batsford (solitaire)

Batsford is a solitaire game similar to Klondike except that it uses two decks instead of one. The cards are turned up only one at a time, and there is only one pass through the Deck. There is also a Reserve pile available for a single King. The ...

                                               

Beetle (solitaire)

Beetle is a difficult solitaire game using two decks of playing cards. The game is similar to "Spider", except the Tableau cards are faced up. The object of the game is to group all of the cards into sets of 13 in suit.

                                               

Big Ben (solitaire)

Big Ben is a solitaire card game which uses two decks of playing cards mixed together. It is basically a large-scale, two-deck version of Grandfathers Clock and is probably named after Big Ben, the colloquially used nickname for the bell at the t ...

                                               

Box Kite (solitaire)

Box Kite has eight Foundations located in the center. The 8 foundation piles are divided into 2 groups. There are four piles located on the top that start with a King, and build down in suit. Here is an example: K ♥, K ♥ and J ♥, 10 ♥. The other ...

                                               

British Constitution (solitaire)

British Constitution is a solitaire card game played with two decks of playing cards. It is a card game with a high chance in winning. First, the kings, Queens and aces are removed from the stock. Kings and Queens do not count, and aces are place ...

                                               

Casket (solitaire)

Casket has eight Tableau Piles located in the center of the game. These Tableau Piles form the "Casket". Located on top of the "Casket" are five face-up Reserve Piles that form the "Lid". In the center of the "Casket" are thirteen face-down cards ...

                                               

Colorado (game)

Colorado is a solitaire card game which is played using two decks of playing cards. It is a game of card building which belongs to the same family as Strategy, Sir Tommy, Calculation and Sly Fox. First, twenty cards in any mechanism the player wi ...

                                               

Corona (solitaire)

Corona has eight Foundations that build up in suit from Ace to King. Here is an example: ACE ♥, 2 ♥, 3 ♥, 4 ♥. There are twelve piles, which build to suit. Here is an example: 10 ♦, 9 ♦, 8 ♦, 7 ♦. The deck, deals one card at a time.

                                               

Crazy Quilt (solitaire)

Crazy Quilt is a solitaire card game using two decks of 52 playing cards each. The game is so-called because the reserve resembles the weaves of a carpet or an arrangement of a quilt, with cards alternating vertical and horizontal rotations. The ...

                                               

Crescent (solitaire)

Crescent is a solitaire card game played with two decks of playing cards mixed together. The game is so called because when the cards are dealt properly, the resulting piles should form a large arc or a crescent. First, one king and one ACE of ea ...

                                               

Deuces (solitaire)

Deuces is a solitaire card game which is played with two decks of playing cards. It is so called because each foundation starts with a "deuce", or two card. It also belongs to a family of card games which includes Busy Aces.

                                               

Diplomat (solitaire)

Diplomat is a solitaire card game which is played using two decks of playing cards shuffled together. Its layout is similar to that of Beleaguered Castle.

                                               

Double Canfield (solitaire)

Double Canfield has eight Foundations that build up in suit from rank of first card dealt. Heres an example: Q♣, K♣, j♣, 2♣. There are five stacks of one card each, which are built in the opposite color. Heres an example: 2 ♥, A ♥, K ♥, K ♥. Back ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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