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This video explains the card game concepts Tricks and Trump.

Tricks and Trump are used in the classic card games Bridge and Euchre. They are also used in the family card game Ding.

This video explains winning a trick, following suit, what trump means, and playing trump cards.

Ding is a fast-paced, trick-taking card game. Players try to race around the game board by taking tricks. If you fail to take a trick, though, you get sent backwards.

Ding is a family game you can play with 3 to 8 players–you don’t need a partner to play. The game lets players trade in cards to build a better hand and decide to opt in or out of a hand. For ages 8 and up.

Ding: If you aren’t in, you can’t win!

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6 thoughts on “Ding – Understanding Tricks and Trump

  1. a board came with all my cards with tokens saying in and out and there are thins called pawns that's like what u use to move around the board but idk what to do with the board

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