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Bluke
also called "Blook" is an easy-to-learn trick-taking card game known to parts of the East Coast and the Midwest and possibly other parts of the United States of America

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  1. The game features use of the Jokers, which are sometimes referred to in casinos as the "Blooks"

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  2. The scoring example above does not tell us exactly how many tricks each player took

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  3. The excitement of the game lies in the bidding

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  4. best played with three or four players

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  5. Once a hand has been dealt, the remaining cards (2 or more) are passed face down to the player on the dealer's left who cuts the deck (or taps it if s/he wishes to select the top card)

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