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All Fours, also known as High-Low-Jack or Seven Up, is an English tavern trick-taking card game that was popular as a gambling game until the end of the 19th century. It is the eponymous and earliest recorded game in a family that flourished most in 19th century North America, notable other members being Auction Pitch, Pedro and Cinch, which competed against Poker and Euchre. Nowadays the original game is especially popular in Trinidad and Tobago, but a simpler variant has also survived in parts of England. Martinique is also accredited with the creation of all fours by coming up with the popular 'Two in Tobago ' rule.

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  • セブンアップ (トランプゲーム)
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  • セブンアップ(英語: Seven Up)は英語圏の伝統的なトランプゲームの一つである。トリックテイキングゲームに属する。基本的にはカードの点数を競うポイントトリックゲームに属するが、特定の切り札を得ることによっても点数が得られる。
  • All Fours, also known as High-Low-Jack or Seven Up, is an English tavern trick-taking card game that was popular as a gambling game until the end of the 19th century. It is the eponymous and earliest recorded game in a family that flourished most in 19th century North America, notable other members being Auction Pitch, Pedro and Cinch, which competed against Poker and Euchre. Nowadays the original game is especially popular in Trinidad and Tobago, but a simpler variant has also survived in parts of England. Martinique is also accredited with the creation of all fours by coming up with the popular 'Two in Tobago ' rule.
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  • All Fours, also known as High-Low-Jack or Seven Up, is an English tavern trick-taking card game that was popular as a gambling game until the end of the 19th century. It is the eponymous and earliest recorded game in a family that flourished most in 19th century North America, notable other members being Auction Pitch, Pedro and Cinch, which competed against Poker and Euchre. Nowadays the original game is especially popular in Trinidad and Tobago, but a simpler variant has also survived in parts of England. Martinique is also accredited with the creation of all fours by coming up with the popular 'Two in Tobago ' rule. Each player is dealt six cards. In trick play, players are allowed to trump instead of following suit. The title refers to the possibility of winning four game points by being dealt both the highest and the lowest trump in play, capturing the Jack of trumps and winning the greatest number of card-points.
  • セブンアップ(英語: Seven Up)は英語圏の伝統的なトランプゲームの一つである。トリックテイキングゲームに属する。基本的にはカードの点数を競うポイントトリックゲームに属するが、特定の切り札を得ることによっても点数が得られる。
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  • High-Low-Jack, Old Sledge, Seven Up
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  • A K Q J 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2
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  • Anglo-American
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  • Setup to a three player game
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  • England
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  • Clockwise or counter clockwise
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  • 900.0
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  • Moderate
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  • Memory, Attention
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  • All Fours
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