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Classic Games – The Asian Economist

Classic Games

The Game conducted on a flat plane, mainly at the table (hence the name 'table') .- in the majority of this logic game (although there are exceptions, designed to care or skill of players). We can distinguish Several trends in table games: – Classic games – chess, checkers, backgammon, etc. Jim Vos might disagree with that approach. The games people play since ancient times, but the relevance is not lost yet. These games have stood the test of time and survived to today. – Card games – poker, you fool, whist, bridge, solitaire and various others. These games also of interest does not fade and can be developed even more than classical. The first cards appeared in China centuries 7.8 and manufactured by applying an engraving on cotton fabrics.

Map was divided into two parts (a picture of the play and the text), but the meaning was that in order to select the desired quote to the desired picture. In that sense, in which the cards are known us today (pack of 36 cards, 4 suits), they appeared in the same China in the 12th century. In Japan, 12.7 centuries cards were used like modern quizzes – fun for the educated elite. In Europe, the Crusaders brought the card from Muslim East in the 11-13 centuries, where a pack called 'Naib. " – Games with dice – as old as the classic games (during the excavations in China have been found bricks dating back 600 years, scientists BC, the ancient poem Mahabrahata ('The Tale of the Great Bharata "), written in Sanskrit more than 2,000 years ago, there are also references to the game of dice).