Card and domino games in Indonesia
Truf is a four-player trick-taking game played with the international 52-card pack. It can be played individually, or between two partnerships. All the cards are dealt. In the individual game, each player bids, using a card from their hand to indicate the number of tricks and proposed trump suit. During the play, trumps are played face down and revealed only at the end of the trick.
Capsa Banting is a game related to the Chinese game Big Two, but in which four of a kind or straight flush can be played as a "bomb" on a single two.
Capsa Susun is a game similar to Chinese Poker.
Empat Satu (41) is a draw and discard game in which each player has four cards and the aim is to collect four cards of the same suit, 41 being the highest possible score.
Remi is an Indonesian form of Rummy in which up to three cards can be taken from the discard pile if the deepest card can be melded. The first meld made by a player must be a run; thereafter sets are also possible. Points are scored for runs and sets and deducted for unmatched cards.
Main Merah is the Indonesian version of the fishing game Chinese Ten.
Cangkul is a kind of trick-taking game in which a player who is unable to follow suit has to draw cards untiol able to do so.
Joker Karo is an Indonesian card game of which I know only the name. I hope that someone who understands how it is played will explain the rules to me.
Gaple is a block domino game played with a double-6 set of dominoes, usually played by four or five people. In some versions a player who is unable to play must discard a tile whose value will count against them.
Milo is a partnership domino game for four players.
QiuQiu, also known as KiuKiu, is a domino game related to the Chinese game Pai Gow.