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Playing Cards DRAWING by Marcello Barenghi by marcellobarenghi
Jouez sante! by Dario-L-Art
QUEEN OF HEART by WhileyDunsmoreArt
photos people
extremely concentrated by schnuffibossi1
Jugendkader13 by schnuffibossi1
Jugendkader12 by schnuffibossi1
Jugendkader11 by schnuffibossi1
Playing Card Nails by Ninails
playing cards by Ninails
Prepare to Play by TotalDramaDevil
Bridge for beginners by schnuffibossi1
photo manipulations
chess and cards by schnuffibossi1
card playing woman manipulated by schnuffibossi1
bridge playing man by schnuffibossi1
woman playing cards by schnuffibossi1
digital art
Free full set of playing cards avatars by Hoshi-Hana
Playing cards - symbols by ShadesOfDreams
Lackadaisy Blueblood by tracyjb
QUEEN OF HEART by WhileyDunsmoreArt
stamps + logos
Playing Cards stamp by CrimsonReach
bridge stamp I by schnuffibossi1
bridge banner I by schnuffibossi1
bridge kurs online logo by schnuffibossi1
Geared Spade by CherryxYuki
two of hearts by vasodelirium
score sheet by schnuffibossi1
score sheet I by schnuffibossi1
poems an jokes
artisan crafts
Queen of Hearts, Detail by SpiffsHexapodS
Playing Card Topsy Turvy Cake by vix4711
clowns with card symbols by schnuffibossi1
T o  .  A s h e s by MD-Arts


The Kennel Club 2 by kenket The Kennel Club 2 :iconkenket:kenket 482 52 Lovesickness by StardustWings Lovesickness :iconstardustwings:StardustWings 447 53 Game of cards by iconick Game of cards :iconiconick:iconick 64 31 Playing cards 1 by positively Playing cards 1 :iconpositively:positively 47 47
Bridge-FanClub by schnuffibossi1

Contract bridge, or simply bridge, is a trick-taking game using a standard deck of 52 playing cards. It is played by four players in two competing partnerships, with partners sitting opposite each other around a table. Millions of people play bridge worldwide in clubs, tournaments, online and with friends at home, making it one of the world's most popular card games.

For purposes of scoring and reference, each player is identified by one of the points of the compass and thus North and South play against East and West. The game consists of several deals each progressing through four phases: dealing the cards, the auction (also referred to as bidding), playing the hand, and scoring the results. Dealing the cards and scoring the results are procedural activities while the auction and playing the hand are the two actively competitive phases of the game.

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