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The Hand and Foot card game is a game invented in North America, which is often compared to Canasta. The objective of the game is to get rid of the two sets of cards in your hand, known as the hand and the foot.

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The Hand and Foot card game follows a specific set of rules that includes the playing of both a "hand" pile of cards and a "foot" pile of cards. Once the hand pile is used, the foot pile comes into play. The object of th...

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The book "The Essential Hand & Foot" by Harry Wastrack contains directions for the card game Hand and Foot. The book is available online at both Amazon and Barnes and Noble in paperback editions.

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The Hand and Foot card game follows a specific set of rules that includes the playing of both a "hand" pile of cards and a "foot" pile of cards. Once the hand pile is used, the foot pile comes into play. The object of th...

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Canasta requires at least four players and two standard decks of cards, including the jokers. Players play in teams and their members face across from each other. The overall objective is for the teams to score points by...

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In the card game 31, each player has a hand of three cards, and the goal is to collect cards in a single suit to get as close as possible to a total of 31. The game is also called "Scat" or "Blitz."

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Playing Aggravation requires from three to six players, and the object is to make melds from an initial hand of 10 cards. It's somewhat similar to Contract Rummy, but has its own unique twists.

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