Kaiser, or three-spot, is a trick-taking card game popular in the prairie provinces in Canada, especially Saskatchewan and parts of its neighbouring provinces. It is played with four players in two partnerships with a 32-card deck.

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  • Kaiser, or three-spot, is a trick-taking card game popular in the prairie provinces in Canada, especially Saskatchewan and parts of its neighbouring provinces. It is played with four players in two partnerships with a 32-card deck. (en)
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  • Three-Spot (en)
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  • A K Q J 10 9 8 7 5 3 (en)
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  • Typical score sheet from a game of Kaiser. (en)
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  • Kaisergame.jpg (en)
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  • 32 (xsd:integer)
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  • Canadian Prairies (en)
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  • Clockwise (en)
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  • 4 (xsd:integer)
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  • Medium (en)
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  • Memory, Tactics, Communication (en)
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  • Kaiser (en)
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  • Kaiser, or three-spot, is a trick-taking card game popular in the prairie provinces in Canada, especially Saskatchewan and parts of its neighbouring provinces. It is played with four players in two partnerships with a 32-card deck. (en)
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  • Kaiser (card game) (en)
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