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400 (jeu de cartes) 400 (card game)
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400 is a Lebanese trick-taking card game played in two partnerships with a standard deck of 52 playing cards. The object of the game is to be the first team to reach forty-one points. The game somewhat resembles Spades, but with subtle differences. It was in the early years after the Ottoman Empire. Historically, the game is mainly played in Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Honduras, and Philippines. It is similar to the game Tarneeb, which is also played in the region. Le 400 (aussi appelé le 41) est un jeu d’atouts joué au Liban. Il est basé sur un jeu de 52 cartes standard et se joue à 4, par équipe de 2. La première équipe qui atteint 41 points remporte la partie.
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400
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Le 400 (aussi appelé le 41) est un jeu d’atouts joué au Liban. Il est basé sur un jeu de 52 cartes standard et se joue à 4, par équipe de 2. La première équipe qui atteint 41 points remporte la partie. 400 is a Lebanese trick-taking card game played in two partnerships with a standard deck of 52 playing cards. The object of the game is to be the first team to reach forty-one points. The game somewhat resembles Spades, but with subtle differences. It was in the early years after the Ottoman Empire. Historically, the game is mainly played in Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Honduras, and Philippines. It is similar to the game Tarneeb, which is also played in the region.
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