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The Biggest Book of Games for One Ever!: Over 500 Games of Luck, Skill and Patience for Players of a Solitary Disposition

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A pack of playing cards usually suggests friends gathered around a card table. But what can you do when you have a deck of cards, a wish to play, and nobody to play with? Author Robert Allen has the answer in this unusual book that presents rules and variations for 100 different fascinating and challenging solitaire card gamesbut there's still more! You'll also find ...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Barron's Educational Series (first published July 1st 2005)
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I'm lonely! (Insert comedy trombone sound here.) And I need to pick up some skills for when I'm dying in a state-run eldercare facility.
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