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Barbu (often le barbu in French), also known as tafferan, is a trick-taking, compendium card game similar to hearts, in which four players take turns leading seven different sub-games (known as contracts) over the course of 28 deals. Barbu originated in France in the early 20th century where it was especially popular with university students, and became a prominent game among French bridge players in the 1960s. The French version of the game was originally played with a stripped deck of 32 cards ranked seven to ace in each suit. Modern forms are played with a full 52-card deck. Barbu may be descended from earlier compendium games popular with students and originating in the Austro-Hungarian Empire such as Lorum or Quodlibet.

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  • Barbu (often le barbu in French), also known as tafferan, is a trick-taking, compendium card game similar to hearts, in which four players take turns leading seven different sub-games (known as contracts) over the course of 28 deals. Barbu originated in France in the early 20th century where it was especially popular with university students, and became a prominent game among French bridge players in the 1960s. The French version of the game was originally played with a stripped deck of 32 cards ranked seven to ace in each suit. Modern forms are played with a full 52-card deck. Barbu may be descended from earlier compendium games popular with students and originating in the Austro-Hungarian Empire such as Lorum or Quodlibet. Le barbu literally means 'the bearded [man]', a reference to the common depiction of the king of hearts, which is the only heart with a beard. This card is of special significance in one of the seven contracts featured in the game. (en)
  • Le Barbu (aussi connu comme Tafferan ou encore Bombu dans le Sud de la France) est un jeu de cartes aux multiples variantes, où le hasard et la stratégie interviennent et se mêlent. Il se joue généralement à 4, avec un jeu de 32 (ou de 52 cartes), et se déroule en 28 donnes. Son nom désigne la carte du roi de cœur, qui, dans les jeux de cartes traditionnels, est le seul roi barbu. (fr)
  • Barbú o Le barbu, también conocido como Tafferan, es un juego de cartas de bazas similar a Corazones donde cuatro jugadores por turnos se encargan de organizar siete sub-juegos —conocidos como contratos— durante veintiocho manos. Francia es su país de origen y durante el siglo XX, siglo de su creación, fue especialmente popular en los estudiantes universitarios y se convirtió en un juego célebre entre los jugadores de Bridge durante el 1960.​ Le barbu significa literalmente El barbudo y fonéticamente La barba —como referencia al Rey de Corazones que está dibujado como un monarca barbudo apuñalándose en la cabeza—. Esta carta tiene un significado especial en uno de los siete juegos o contratos jugados. (es)
  • Barbu, anche conosciuto come tafferan, è un gioco di carte "a prese" simile ad Hearts dove quattro giocatori conducono sette diverse tipologie di gioco ciascuno (conosciute come contratti) per un totale di 28 giocate. Barbu ha avuto origine in Francia all'inizio del ventesimo secolo, dove era diffuso in particolare tra gli studenti universitari, e divenne un gioco popolare tra i giocatori di Bridge francesi negli anni '60. La versione francese del gioco era giocata originariamente con un mazzo di 32 carte con valori dal sette all'asso per ogni seme. Le varianti moderne vengono giocate con un mazzo intero da 52 carte. "Barbu" significa letteralmente (uomo) "barbuto" – un riferimento alla comune raffigurazione del re di cuori come un monaco barbuto che si pugnala alla testa con nonchalance. Questa carta ha un significato speciale in uno dei sette contratti presenti nel gioco. (it)
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  • A K Q J 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 (en)
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  • Le Barbu (aussi connu comme Tafferan ou encore Bombu dans le Sud de la France) est un jeu de cartes aux multiples variantes, où le hasard et la stratégie interviennent et se mêlent. Il se joue généralement à 4, avec un jeu de 32 (ou de 52 cartes), et se déroule en 28 donnes. Son nom désigne la carte du roi de cœur, qui, dans les jeux de cartes traditionnels, est le seul roi barbu. (fr)
  • Barbu (often le barbu in French), also known as tafferan, is a trick-taking, compendium card game similar to hearts, in which four players take turns leading seven different sub-games (known as contracts) over the course of 28 deals. Barbu originated in France in the early 20th century where it was especially popular with university students, and became a prominent game among French bridge players in the 1960s. The French version of the game was originally played with a stripped deck of 32 cards ranked seven to ace in each suit. Modern forms are played with a full 52-card deck. Barbu may be descended from earlier compendium games popular with students and originating in the Austro-Hungarian Empire such as Lorum or Quodlibet. (en)
  • Barbú o Le barbu, también conocido como Tafferan, es un juego de cartas de bazas similar a Corazones donde cuatro jugadores por turnos se encargan de organizar siete sub-juegos —conocidos como contratos— durante veintiocho manos. Francia es su país de origen y durante el siglo XX, siglo de su creación, fue especialmente popular en los estudiantes universitarios y se convirtió en un juego célebre entre los jugadores de Bridge durante el 1960.​ (es)
  • Barbu, anche conosciuto come tafferan, è un gioco di carte "a prese" simile ad Hearts dove quattro giocatori conducono sette diverse tipologie di gioco ciascuno (conosciute come contratti) per un totale di 28 giocate. Barbu ha avuto origine in Francia all'inizio del ventesimo secolo, dove era diffuso in particolare tra gli studenti universitari, e divenne un gioco popolare tra i giocatori di Bridge francesi negli anni '60. La versione francese del gioco era giocata originariamente con un mazzo di 32 carte con valori dal sette all'asso per ogni seme. Le varianti moderne vengono giocate con un mazzo intero da 52 carte. (it)
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  • Barbu (Kartenspiel) (de)
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  • Barbú (es)
  • Barbu (jeu) (fr)
  • Barbu (gioco) (it)
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