There are card games for two that you can buy ready-made or card games that you can play with skat and double-headed cards. The card games fit in every pocket and on the smallest table. The disadvantage of board games is that they are usually very unwieldy when you are on the go. If you are often out with your partner or friends, it is much easier to quickly pack card games for two.
Card games for two
You can only play these card games with 2 people. Card games for two are also a lot of fun, you don't necessarily have to play with 3 or 4 players.
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Card games for two in detail
Here you can now see all card games individually listed for two. Further information on each of these games can be found behind the link. The rules and instructions are explained there, or you can download them free of charge as a PDF.
You start with the eleven and the goal is to discard your cards as quickly as possible.
This card game is a blend of Mau-Mau and Rummy, so a pure sorting and discarding game.
With the action cards it is never boring at UNO. A lot of luck is required here and if you can say UNO first and have no more cards, you have won the game.
The Schnapsen card game originally comes from Austria and is very funny. Usually it is designed for 2 players and with the classic German variant Sixty-six related.
A classic discarding game with its own deck of cards is Ligretto. The focus here is on reaction and speed.
The rules of the game change during the game. This game offers cheerful variety and targeted chaos.
French card sheet (52 cards)
One of the oldest card games in the world is bridge. This is a trick game where there is a bid at the beginning of the game. You don't actually play bridge in pairs, but it still works if you only deal 13 cards to each player.
Cheat / bullshit / cheating
Here you basically play Mau-Mau, only that the cards are played face down. One says what he is playing and is exposed if he has lied.
For Canasta you need two decks of 52 cards each and then you can start having fun.
The 52 card deck is freed from the 10, 9 and 8 cards, so you get 40 cards. The structure of Hurricane is very similar to that of poker. A discarding game with a great variety.
One is the dealer and the other is the player. Here everyone tries to get as close or as close as possible to 21.
Mau-Mau is a card game in which the aim is to discard your cards as quickly as possible.
By swapping cards, each player tries to create a combination in hand when it is his turn. At the end of the game you shouldn't have the combination with the lowest score.
The card game Durak originally comes from Russia and is known to us as a fool. The main thing here is that you don't end up being a fool yourself. This is a classic discard game.
Gaigel is the Württemberg variant of the card game Sixty-six . Here 2-6 players can play with two card sets of 24 cards each.