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Euchre: The Grandpa Lou Way by John Ellis
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Euchre: The Grandpa Lou Way

by John Ellis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0968084206, Paperback)

Is Poker too costly? Was Crazy Eights great when you were eight? Do you still enjoy playing card games? then euchre is your game. A difficult game to get started in but challenging and fun it is actually quite easy to learn. Up until now if you weren't lucky enough to have a patient and wily Grandpa to teach you there was no way to learn; there's never been a book to show you how. Well meet Grandpa Lou- the Euchre equivalent of a Bridge Master. He takes you by the hand and teaches you all the tricks. Within minutes you'll be ready to play

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