20 Below: Italian Cards

Last week while I was at Chapters, I noticed a wall displaying boxes of Italian cards. With these cards, one can play scopa and briscola, two traditional Italian card games. My grandfather used to play these games with all of his friends but I never learned how to play. Well, now I have my own set (well, two actually) and instructions too. Now all I need is a partner. Does anyone already know how to play?

Scopa card game, $12.95, Chapters


4 Comments on “20 Below: Italian Cards”

  1. Shannon says:

    I don’t, but you should bring them on our vacay!

  2. Silvia says:

    Solitaire or Solitario is another card game you can play. This one is very easy and you can play on your own, Jordana.

    • Jordana says:

      Great. I’ll look up the instructions online. I played my first game of Scopa tonight with a friend. I won! What a good way to break in the new deck!

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