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Contributed by Bill Perkins (bilihara@agora.rdrop.com)


SQUARESSI QUEENS

INTRODUCTION: This is a card game I invented that, in many respects, plays a lot like SQUARESSI KINGS but with various interesting and unique differences. It is a competitive patience game that may have multiple players too.

DIFFERENT AND SIMILAR TO SQUARESSI KINGS: With some modifications allowed for below you may follow the similar rules for SQUARESSI KINGS making the necessary adjustments for SQUARESSI QUEENS as outlined:

squaressi queens diagram

SQUARESSI JACKS

INTRODUCTION: I invented this card game at the same time I invented the SQUARESSI QUEENS game. In many respects it plays like SQUARESSI KINGS but with various interesting and unique differences. It also is a competitive patience card game that may be played with multiple players.

DIFFERENT AND SIMILAR TO SQUARESSI KINGS: With some modifications allowed for below you may follow the similar rules for SQUARESSI KINGS making the necessary adjustments for SQUARESSI JACKS as outlined:


SQUARESSI ACES

INTRODUCTION: A card game I invented. In many respects, it plays a lot like SQUARESSI KINGS but with various interesting and unique differences. It also is a competitive patience game that may be played with multiple players.

DIFFERENT AND SIMILAR TO SQUARESSI KINGS: With some modifications allowed for below you may follow the similar rules for SQUARESSI KINGS making the necessary adjustments for SQUARESSI ACES as outlined:

squaressi aces diagram

SQUARESSI

EXPLANATION: Choose any of the above variations (Squaressi Kings, Queens, Jacks and Aces) and play 2 out of 3, or 3 out of 5, or more hands playing according to each of the variants rules used to play a game with an overall winner.


DICE CARD MILL VARIANTS:

EXPLANATION: Here is a list of some very easy to play variants that may be played by just adding one die to the games format with each of the above SQUARESSI games variants. They are competitive patience games that may have multiple players too. The rules for each are as simple as outlined here:


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