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Name Club
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An interesting design layout, this game sports two levels of tables. You can play from upper to lower, but not the other way around.

We wrote this game from the description by Hoyle.  Club is unusual in that it has two Tableau areas.  The game gets it's name from the layout or the table piles which would be layed out in the outline of the symbol for the club, with the second table piles forming the base.  (This, unfortunately, is not very reproducable on the computer.  While not as pretty, the game does play the same).  As cards may move from the upper table area to the lower, but not visa versa, caution should be used before moving anything to the lower table area.