Hello there, you fantastic ‘card’ivores! Are you ready to go on a ‘deck’stravaganza trip of a lifetime? Can you ‘suit’ up and tackle our ‘diamond’ tough questions, or will you ‘heart’fully surrender to the challenge? Be prepared to ‘club’ your way through the ‘spade’ of trivia awaiting you. Get ready to shuffle your brain cells and deal with facts that are absolutely ‘ace’! Let’s bridge our knowledge gaps together, shall we?
1. What card game was known as “the cheating game” when it was popular amongst French gamblers in the late 18th century?
2. Which card game became the first to be played in zero gravity when astronauts brought a deck on Apollo 7?
3. What is the largest number of suits in a deck of cards ever created?
4. What is the most expensive card ever sold in the history of Magic: The Gathering?
5. What is the name of the first card game that was created specifically for play on computers?
6. Which card game has a variation known as “Exploding Kittens”?
7. Who holds the record for the most wins in the World Series of Poker?
8. What was the first trading card game ever invented?
9. Which card game, dating back to the Tang Dynasty, is the predecessor of modern poker?
10. What is the largest poker tournament ever held, based on the number of entrants?
11. Which card game uses a deck with bizarre and intricate illustrations, initially created as a guide to fortune telling?
12. What is the most played card game in the world?
13. What is the first card in a deck of Uno?
14. Which card game often involves bidding, has its roots in the 17th century and is often considered the national card game of France?
15. Which classic card game has a variant called Canfield, supposedly named after the owner of a celebrated 19th century gaming establishment in Saratoga Springs, New York?
16. Who is the youngest ever champion of the Magic: The Gathering World Championship?
17. Which card game, very popular in Japan, uses cards that depict traditional poetry?
18. Which poker player is known for having won the most money in live tournament play?
19. What is the oldest known card game still being played today?
20. What card game, famous for its complex rules and large deck, was invented by mathematician Richard Garfield?
21. Which card game was used in ancient China to predict future events?
22. Which country is Bridge believed to have originated in?
23. What was the most expensive deck of cards ever sold at an auction?
24. What card game has versions known as Klondike, Spider, and FreeCell?
25. Which card game was originally a mod for the video game “Warcraft III”?
26. Which company produced the first poker cards in the United States?
27. What is the highest-grossing collectible card game?
28. In which country was the card game Whist first popularized?
29. Who won the first World Series of Poker (WSOP) Tournament?
30. What was the first card game released on the Nintendo Game Boy?
31. Which card game was derived from the 16th-century game of Triumph?
32. What country does the game of Rummy originate from?
33. What is the name of the most valuable card in the game of Hearts?
34. What is the largest number of players that can play Texas Hold’em poker at once?
35. Which card game, popular during the Renaissance period, is considered a precursor to Bridge?
36. What is the most successful Kickstarter card game, which raised over $8 million in its campaign?
37. Which card game is named after a hotel in Las Vegas?
38. What is the most points a player can score in a single round of Cribbage?
39. What card game was featured in the James Bond movie, Casino Royale?
40. What is the oldest known reference to the card game Poker in literature?
41. What game was known as the national card game of the United States in the late 19th century?
42. Which card game is traditionally played on November 11th to commemorate the armistice of World War I?
43. What is the name of the card game developed by psychologist Dr. Arthur Aron that consists of 36 questions designed to increase closeness and intimacy between people?
44. Which card game’s name translates to “cloth” in Spanish and uses a 40-card deck?
45. Who holds the record for the longest poker game ever played?
46. What is the name of the traditional card game from India which is similar to Rummy?
47. Who was the first woman to win a World Series of Poker open event?
48. What card game inspired the creation of the Joker?
49. Which card game was used in a study at Stanford University to measure cognitive decline in the elderly?
50. What is the record for the largest number of players in an online card game tournament?
51. In which card game do players strive to avoid winning certain penalty cards?
52. What card game, popular in Central Europe, has a unique deck featuring illustrations of professions instead of traditional face cards?
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