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    Welcome to Pogo’s collection of free online card games, including favorites such as Solitaire, Spades, Hearts, Bridge, Euchre, and tons more! Scroll up and down the games list to see card games on Pogo.com. Rack up countless hours playing card games at Pogo.com, and you can join Club Pogo for unlimited access to all premium card games and no ads during games.

  • Free Online Card Games | Play Today for Free


    Yes, that game. Our extensive collection of free online card games spans 10 classic solitaire titles, as well as several other best in class card games including 2 classic versions of Bridge, Classic Solitaire, Canfield Solitaire, and Blackjack, to name a few.

  • Card Games You Can Play and Enjoy Online Today


    A full listing of card games that are available today such as Solitaire and Bridge. Find the card game that is best for you and play now for free!

  • Hearts | Play it online - CardGames.io


    The objective of Hearts is to get as few points as possible. Each heart gives one penalty point. There is also one special card, the Queen of spades, which gives 13 penalty points. When the game starts you select 3 cards to pass to one of your opponents. Typically you want to pass your three worst cards to get rid of them.

  • Card Game Solitaire


    Card Game Solitaire.com has tons of free online solitaire card games that are both available for download and playable directly out of your browser. Every time you play solitaire, you compete with yourself for your best high score. Play card games for free whenever you like--when at work, school, or home--and make all your friends jealous with ...

  • Solitaire | Play it online


    Flip cards from the Stock onto the Waste. You can flip either 1 or 3 cards from the Stock onto the Waste. The number can be configured in Options. Move a card from the Waste onto the Foundations. If the top card of the Waste can go onto one of the Foundations then you can drag it there.

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  • Haggis (card game)


    Haggis is a shedding card game similar to Tichu, Zheng Fen, and other East Asian climbing games. Haggis has received praise for being the first to successfully create a climbing, trick-taking game, designed from the start for two to three players, where most previous games required four players or more. The evenly distributed, face card "bombs" are a notable innovation for the genre, helping even out hand strength enough to make two-person play workable, and enhancing the strategic element of the game. The game's designer, Sean Ross, developed Haggis over a period of several years, with first publication in late 2010 by Indie Boards and Cards. The game was named after haggis partly in a nod to Ross' Scottish heritage, but also because the game brought together the "guts" (scoring and play mechanisms) of several other climbing games. Haggis was a nominee for "Best Card Game" in the 2010 Golden Geek Awards by BoardGameGeek.

  • Faro (card game)


    Faro, Pharaoh, Pharao, or Farobank is a late 17th-century French gambling card game. It is descended from Basset, and belongs to the Lansquenet and Monte Bank family of games due to the use of a banker and several players. Winning or losing occurs when cards turned up by the banker match those already exposed. It is not a direct relative of poker, but Faro was often just as popular, due to its fast action, easy-to-learn rules, and better odds than most games of chance. The game of Faro is played with only one deck of cards and admits any number of players. Wildly popular in North America during the 1800s, Faro was eventually overtaken by poker as the preferred card game of gamblers in the early 1900s.

  • Fantasy Masters


    Fantasy Masters is South Korea's first online trading card game, developed by Zeonix. It was released in April 2002, and is currently available in South Korea and China. The English version of the game, Fantasy Masters International, was released on November 27, 2007. The international version can be played in any country worldwide, excluding Korea and China.

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