Last week we ejoyed Scopa while today we present another popular card game: Briscola! It is originated in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, a Northern Eastern italian region but it is also well-known in Porto Rico.
Briscola is one of the several traditional Italian card games that italians usually learn from fathers and grandfathers. It uses a standard Italian 40-card deck, such as all trick-taking card games, and involves quite a bit of strategies.
Take a look here to discover rules, scoring and stratergies.
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