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Our core group of 12 folks come to every game but often do not RSVP so the number of people attending shown here is misleading. Among other card games, we play Hand & Foot Canasta, Wizard, Cancellation Hearts, Salad, and Golf. We also play board games like Dominos, Qwirkle, and RummyKubs. Games start promptly at 5 pm and end at 9 pm. We're a fun and flexible group of folks who play for the love of the game. No scowls here. We have found that our attendees are mostly over 50 but we do have (and welcome) all ages at our games. We are open to anyone who enjoys socializing and the camaraderie of being with like minded folks. We enjoy learning new games and teaching what we know. This group also offers partner and/or cut throat pinochle concurrent with the already scheduled games. Originally this was scheduled for the last Sunday of each month but can be played every Sunday if sufficient interest is shown. While it's always good to have a head count, if you decide you want to join in the fun but aren't signed up, come along anyway.
All in person card Meet-ups are canceled until further notice. American version with the NMJL card. Not all players are members of this group, so the number of RSVPs here is misleading. There is parking in the front and the back. Sign in as a guest at the front desk. Bring your own food and drink. Also, bring $7 in change. The experienced players play for money. Also, if you have a set, bring it in case it's needed.
All in person card Meet-ups are canceled until further notice. We play rubber bridge. For more information, please see JoAnna and Kathi's Tuesday Night Bridge Night meet up at: https://www.meetup.com/Tuesday-Night-Bridge-at-Panera-Bread/ Hostess JoAnna If you want to play 'duplicate bridge' there is Denver House of Cards (http://www.bridgewebs.com/denverhousecards/).
Are you interested in playing euchre online with friends Tuesday night? While we all would prefer to play in person, online games are the best option for now. There is audio and video conferencing through the game website. The rules are very similar to the version we have been playing in person. I recommend playing a couple practice games at the beginner level to until you understand how the software works. Great news! The program automatically keeps score! :-) The online Euchre site is: https://www.trickstercards.com/game/ How to join a game: The way it works is the Meetup host starts a table and then invites others to join by a code number. If there are fewer than 4 people for the table the software program adds a computer player. RSVP are very important so the host(s) know how many tables to start. Please message me in advance if you are interested in playing. The join codes are sent out about 15-30 minutes before game start. Sande