See also:game of
See also:Spanish origin, which
See also:Strutt calls " the
See also:oldest game of
See also:cards played in England." It is described as having a close resmblance to
See also:Ombre (q.v.), by which it had been superseded . In both
See also:games the spadillo or ace of spades was the best card, but
See also:Primero was played with six cards and Ombre with nine . The exact method of
See also:play is uncertain .
PRIMER AND PRIMING PRIME
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