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Is Trick-taking in Black and White fun to play?

Is Trick-taking in Black and White fun to play?
Trick-taking in Black and White

Players: 2 – 4 players | Game Duration 20 – 30 mins | Min. Age 8+ | Game complexity: EASY


Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No

What is Trick-taking in Black and White about?

The Trick Taking in Black & White is a trick taking card game. Tsutomu Dejima designed this game where players try to capture an equal number of tricks in two different colors. The number of captured tricks is added to players’ scores when this is achieved. Players lose points for each trick they capture when the colors are out of balance. In the final round, the player who has the most points and balanced trick piles wins.

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