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Dee T.


Lynnwood, WA

Member since:

August 7, 2013

Who taught you to play Pinochle or Canasta?

I haven't played canasta in years, but its like riding a bicycle, right? I learned to play pinochle about 5 years ago - taught by my partner Mike. We play regularly and I've gotten much better at it, though I can't count all the suits at the same time.

What makes life rich and interesting in your opinion?

I love interacting with friends, learning and growing in my work.

What days of the week and times are best for you to play? Would you prefer longer less frequent sessions or shorter more frequent?

Friday and Saturday nights are best, but Sunday afternoons are good for pinochle as well. When we play with friends we usually play four to five hours. We don't play often enough. Would play every two to three weeks if we could.


Love cards and board games, enjoy meeting people

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