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The Complete Book of Solitaire and Patience Games

by Albert H. Moorehead

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One of the British variations on solitaire (patience) is called "Try Again, Sir Tommy." What a great name for a card game! ( )
  ostrom | Nov 23, 2007 |
all the wasted hours ( )
  lachatte | Dec 21, 2006 |
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The classic book for the novice player and seriously addicted alike. Test your wits against of 225 of the best card games ever invented - from familiar and famous to the strange and new. From Canfield, Klondike and Napoleon's Forty Thieves to Boomerang, Bristol and Sudden Death. Right here, the odds are in your favour for endless hours of fun. But you may have a way to go to become a winner!
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