Golden Age Pinochle At The Richland Community Center Richland, WashingtonCome and join the Golden Age Pinochle at the Game Rooms of the Richland community Center, 500 Amon Park Road North Richland, Washington on Friday, July 17 from 6:30 to 9:00 in the evening.

The Golden Age Pinochle
Pinochle or sometimes called as Binocle, is a trick-taking card game typically played by two to four players with a 48 card deck. Players score points by trick taking and also by forming card combinations into melds. It is a part of a “trick –and-meld” category and includes belote. It is played in three phases: the bidding, melds and the tricks. Enthusiastic players have created many interesting card variations of the pinochle including versions of having three players. The goal of the game is to win tricks so as to score the value of the counting cards taken in on tricks and to meld certain card combinations having values in points. Every deal may constitute a game and the player who scores the most points in the game wins.

Admission to the game room is $1 per person.

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