500 or five hundred, also called bid Euchre (but not to be confused with another game of the same name) is a trick-taking game that is an extension of euchre with some ideas from bridge. For two to six players, it is most commonly played by four players in partnerships, but is sometimes recommended as a good three-player game. It arose in America before 1900 and was promoted by the United States Playing Card Company, which copyrighted and marketed the rules in 1904. 500 is a social card game and was highly popular in the United States until around 1920 when first auction bridge and then contract bridge drove it from favour. 500 continues to enjoy popularity in Ohio and Pennsylvania, where it has been taught through six generations community-wide, and in other countries: Australia, New Zeal

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  • 500 or five hundred, also called bid Euchre (but not to be confused with another game of the same name) is a trick-taking game that is an extension of euchre with some ideas from bridge. For two to six players, it is most commonly played by four players in partnerships, but is sometimes recommended as a good three-player game. It arose in America before 1900 and was promoted by the United States Playing Card Company, which copyrighted and marketed the rules in 1904. 500 is a social card game and was highly popular in the United States until around 1920 when first auction bridge and then contract bridge drove it from favour. 500 continues to enjoy popularity in Ohio and Pennsylvania, where it has been taught through six generations community-wide, and in other countries: Australia, New Zealand, Canada (Quebec) and Shetland. The originator of Five Hundred, US Playing Card Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, now has headquarters across the Ohio River in Erlanger, Kentucky, west of Covington, KY. Five hundred is promoted by some as the national card game of Australia. (en)
  • ファイブハンドレッド(英語: Five Hundred)は、トランプを使った主に英語圏で行われているトリックテイキングゲームの一種である。ビッドのあるプレイントリックゲームに属し、アメリカ合衆国で、1900年前後にユーカーをもとに作られた。 日本のナポレオンに影響を与えたと言われている。 (ja)
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  • Five Hundred (en)
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  • Other: Joker A K Q 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 (en)
  • Trump suit: Joker J J A K Q 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 (en)
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  • Extra cards for 6 players (en)
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  • Six-handed 500 playing cards.jpg (en)
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  • 250 (xsd:integer)
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  • 33 (xsd:integer)
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  • United States (en)
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  • Clockwise (en)
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  • 2 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1800.0
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  • Medium (en)
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  • ファイブハンドレッド(英語: Five Hundred)は、トランプを使った主に英語圏で行われているトリックテイキングゲームの一種である。ビッドのあるプレイントリックゲームに属し、アメリカ合衆国で、1900年前後にユーカーをもとに作られた。 日本のナポレオンに影響を与えたと言われている。 (ja)
  • 500 or five hundred, also called bid Euchre (but not to be confused with another game of the same name) is a trick-taking game that is an extension of euchre with some ideas from bridge. For two to six players, it is most commonly played by four players in partnerships, but is sometimes recommended as a good three-player game. It arose in America before 1900 and was promoted by the United States Playing Card Company, which copyrighted and marketed the rules in 1904. 500 is a social card game and was highly popular in the United States until around 1920 when first auction bridge and then contract bridge drove it from favour. 500 continues to enjoy popularity in Ohio and Pennsylvania, where it has been taught through six generations community-wide, and in other countries: Australia, New Zeal (en)
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  • 500 (card game) (en)
  • ファイブハンドレッド (ja)
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