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Dmitriy Razumov
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Hello!

Couple of days ago we tried to play Hanabi and it was a lot of fun!

Then I thought what if there are plenty of cooperative games with standard playing cards deck witch I don't know?

I found some vague rules for cooperative poker and 2-player co-op game Shamus, but that's it!

Maybe somebody can name some interesting cooperative games? I hope it will be also interesting for other users!

Thank you very much!
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Stuart Long
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so euchre? (http://www.bicyclecards.com/how-to-play/euchre/)
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Team vs team (one team wins and one team loses) is not coop (everyone wins or everyone loses)... It seems a safe assumption that OP already knows about the existence of partnership card games with standard playing cards...
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I like this question!

I think there are some multi player patience games ... I feel like I have played something but maybe I just played a solitaire patience game with someone.

Looked in my copy of Waddington Illustrated Card Games and there are two multiplayer patience games ... but they are competitive

Google found me this:
https://www.pagat.com/invented/shamus.html





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Thank you everybody for answers but I'm only interested in fully co-op games.

Also found game called "Ascension" (looks cool but only for 2 players) if somebody interested.
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This is the only thing I can find in the database so far: Oneonta Whist

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Maybe Solitaire but you take turns drawing and placing cards? That's basically what SOS Titanic is if you take away the character powers and action cards.
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https://buriedwithoutceremony.com/the-quiet-year/the-deep-fo...

Collaborative story-telling map-making world-building game that relies on creativity of the players.

 
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Co-operative Cribbage – Edward Jackman, 2018-01-20

Rules are as in cribbage with these exceptions:

1) All scoring takes place on ONE TRACK.
2) After dealing 6 cards to each, beginning with non-dealer, players alternate placing ONE card in the crib FACE UP.
3) After starter is cut, play as normal.
4) After scoring both hands and the crib, the 13 cards from the deal remain FACE UP and are set aside where the players can see them.
5) The remaining deck is passed to the other player, who deals, without shuffling, the next hand.
6) Repeat for 3rd and 4th deals.
7) After turning up the starter for the 4th deal, players place their cards FACE UP on the table. This last deal is played with all 52 cards face up.


Rules for three players:

1) Again, all scoring on one track.
2) Deal 5 cards to each player, one FACE UP to the crib. Players, in turn, place another card face up in crib.
3) After pegging and scoring all three hands and the crib, set aside all 17 cards FACE UP to the side.
4) Repeat, without shuffling for the 2nd and 3rd deal. There will be one card unused after the last deal. Last deal is played FACE UP.


In either the 2 or 3 player games:

A total score of...
121 wins,
151 is a double win,
181 is a triple win,
90 is a or less double loss,
60 is a or less triple loss.

Players may not give any information to each other nor direct each other's play verbally or non-verbally.

Playing the last deal face up is optional.

To increase difficulty, put cards into the crib face down and discard each deal face down.
 
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My wife and her mother used to play "Russian Bank" with a couple decks of 52 (no Jokers): https://www.pagat.com/patience/crapette.html

You can play online here: https://zankpatience.net/en/
 
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