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Rhea M.


Wyncote, PA
Hometown: Blue Bell, PA

Member since:

August 3, 2011

What makes you a true Spades Player?

2009: I don't have the opportunity to play spades often but when I do, I'm serious about my game. 2018: I love playing spades multiple times per week. I’m constantly challenging myself to perfect my game.

Describe the craziest thing you've done during, or in order to get in, a Spades game.

I never had to do anything crazy to get into a game. If I was an extra player I just had to sit that game out.

What makes Spades so fun to you?

I like spades because it takes strategy and makes you think in order to be victorious.

When did you first learn how to play Spades?

I believe I first learned to play spades in college.

If Spades were a fruit, what would it be?

Now this is a funny question. I guess spades would be an orange because it has multiple layers and is sweet and tangy at the same time.


I love playing board and card games.

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