YOUR MYSTERY BLOCK #96 SOLUTIONS 

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Colleen Fadool 

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Peggy Rash

   Well, Linda, “hands down,” [feel free to groan] my favorite card game is pinochle (aka poor man’s bridge)  ...of course that takes a special deck of cards...just like the ones you made! 

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Anita Daggett

   Now it is Solitaire, but Cribbage was my favorite earlier.  Now I have  no one who wants to play it.

   I’m thinking that this will make up nicely into a tote bag or a pillow. As a child I played Cribbage with my parents but now my usual game is Solitaire. 

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Marilena Fiusa

   I don’t play cards for lack of partners, but with this pandêmico it would be a good time.

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Teri Nisbet

   What a co-incidence! This mystery is what my husband has tattooed on his leg, although he had it done more than 30 years ago.

   I included both photos for you to choose from.  You have our permission to put the photo of his leg on your site if you want. I have omitted his face so we don't have to sign any waivers...LOL!  😉

    Yes, my husband is very much a Poker player, mostly Texas Hold 'Em, but Omaha and 7 card Stud as well. We have both won local Hold 'Em tournaments, but mine was luck...his was skill. Sometimes he plays at the casino, sometimes we host a social game for the higher functioning residents at a local care/rehab/nursing facility (pre COVID, of course).

    We both play Cribbage, as does most all of my family; that's the game I grew up with.

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Linda Barnes

   We don't play cards unless it is with the granddaughters. When we play, we play Go Fish or UNO.

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Delbra Blanton

   My favorite card game is Five Crowns.  We played tonight.

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Teresa Catlett

   Oh my card game is Solitaire. My Dad taught me how to play when I was a kid, it  is a good memory!

Shirley Hammar

   Played pinochle 40 years ago....then I discovered quilting in 1976!