Bézique

Bé·zique' (ba*zēk') noun [ French bésigue .] A game at cards in which various combinations of cards in the hand, when declared, score points.
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Bezique

• (n.) A game at cards in which various combinations of cards in the hand, when declared, score points.
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bezique

trick-and-meld card game related to pinochle, both of which derive from the 19th-century French game of binocle, itself a development of the card ... [2 related articles]
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bezique

bezique (buzēk') , card game usually played with 128 cards by two players. Bezique developed in France and England in the 1860s and originally required only 64 cards; later there were variations for three players with a 96-card pack and for four players with 128 cards. Pinochle is similar ...
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Bezique

Bezique is a card game. The name bezique is applied to the occurrence in one hand of the knave of diamonds and queen of spades. The game may be played by two, three or four people with two, three or four decks of cards from which have been removed cards with from two to six pips.
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Bezique

Bezique, or Bésigue, is a 19th-century French melding and trick-taking card game for two players. The game is derived from Piquet, possibly via Marriage (Sixty-six) and Briscan, with additional scoring features, notably the peculiar liaison of the Q{Spades} and J{Diamonds} that is also a feature of Pinochle, Binokel, and similarly named games tha...
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bezique

card game played with two decks of cards
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