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These are the game rules pages that had most visitors in each of the last three months - see notes for further details. The top 5 pages for the most recent month are listed on the home page.

RankMay 20Apr 20Mar 20
1 Rummy (Basic) Rummy (Basic) Rummy (Basic)
2 Golf Cheat / Bullshit / I doubt It Cheat / Bullshit / I doubt It
3 Spades Spit / Speed Golf
4 Cheat / Bullshit / I doubt It Golf Spit / Speed
5 Shithead Spades Shithead
6 Spit / Speed Shithead Spades
7 Gin Rummy Gin Rummy Gin Rummy
8 Crazy Eights Crazy Eights Crazy Eights
9 Rummy 500 Rummy 500 Blackjack
10 Blackjack Blackjack Rummy 500

Pages with Recent Interest

These are pages that have had a notable increase in visitors in each of the last three months, relative to the average number of visitors in previous months - see notes for further details. The top 5 pages with increased visits in the latest month are shown on the home page.

RankMay 20Apr 20Mar 20
1 Western Domino Games Mendikot Mendikot
2 Basra Page One Spit / Speed
3 Spades Seep Rummy (Basic)
4 Bao Huang Rummy (Basic) Egyptian Ratscrew
5 Mendikot Spit / Speed Gin Rummy
6 Indian Rummy Dehla Pakad Seep
7 Seep Gin Rummy Dehla Pakad
8 Teen Patti Rummy 500 Double Solitaire
9 Gin Rummy Double Solitaire Golf
10 Whot Teen Patti Prime

Editor's Choice

Recommendations from the editor (i.e. me - John McLeod). These are games that I have enjoyed playing, and which you may find worth trying if you are looking for something different to play.

Sidi Barrani (Jass)
An enhanced version of the popular Swiss card game Schieber Jass for four players in partnerships. In Sidi Barrani there is an auction to determine the trump suit, Obenabe or Undenufe and the card points target for the bidders.
Cuarenta
Popular game from Ecuador for 2-4 players in which equal cards and sequences are captured by matching or addition from a layout on the table.
Kop
This four-player trick-taking game, played in and around Poznań in Poland, uses just 16 cards - the aces, tens, queens and jacks of a standard pack. It's not a simple game, but once you know how to play it, it is very quick.
Skitgubbe
A popular Swedish game for three players. In the first phase players collect cards by taking tricks; in the second phase they try to get rid of those cards by beating the opponents' cards, the last player with cards being the loser.
Clobyosh
Variously known as Clobyosh, Kalabrias, Klabberjass or Bela, this is widely acknowledged as one of the most skilful two-player card games.
Königrufen
Austrian Tarock game for 4 with a large choice of contracts. In some the bidder plays alone, in others the bidder chooses a partner by calling a king.
African Casino
The unusual versions of Casino played in Swaziland and Lesotho allow players to steal cards from their opponents' capture piles to help with building.
Barbu
A 4-player compendium game with 7 contracts: each player must play each contract once. It was enhanced in the 1960's by Bridge players who introduced doubles which create loose alliances between players with a common interest.
Pegs and Jokers
North American partenrship race game for up to 8 players in which cards are used to move pegs around a (normally home-made) board.
Piquet
Classic game for two players, which has deservedly survived with very little change since the 16th century. There are scores for longest suit, best sequence, best set of 3 or 4 of a kind and for tricks.
Schieber Jass
Four-player partnership version of the Swiss national card game. It is a point-trick game with some extra points for declarations, in which you may play a trump to any trick even if you have a card of the suit led.
Svoi Kozyri
Russian game in which you must either beat the previous player's card or pick up cards from the play pile. The last player holding cards is the loser. Good for 3 or 4 players: each has their own trump suit.

Recently Added Pages

These are the new pages most recently added to the website. See also the what's new page for a periodic survey of major additions and modifications to the site, and the site map热血传奇sf for a complete list of pages showing when each was last updated.

15 May 20Blackjack (suomi)
14 May 20Honest John
5 May 20Gan Deng Yan
30 Apr 203-2-5
28 Apr 20Crazy Rummy
21 Apr 20Dreeg
13 Apr 20Australian Patience
29 Mar 20Joker Karo
24 Feb 20Teka
23 Feb 20Tartli
19 Feb 20Biriba
28 Jan 20Asszorti
8 Jan 20Scopa
26 Dec 19BetBlocker
21 Nov 19Cuckoo Variations
18 Nov 19Ta Gou Ta Doi
13 Nov 19Jokers
11 Nov 19Sidi Barrani Jass
30 Oct 19Zole
26 Oct 19Sicilian Tarocchi

Notes

热血传奇sfThe tables of popular pages and pages with recent interest are based on the number of visitors in a month, estimated on the basis of the number of different hosts (IP addresses) requesting the page. The 'popular pages' table includes only English language pages containing game rules, while the 'recent interest' table covers all English language pages that have existed for at least six months.

To find pages that have recently become more popular, the expected number of visitors per month is estimated on the basis of the previous 5 months, and compared to the number for the current month. The calculation is as follows:

  1. For each English language page, for each month, the number of different hosts visiting the page (h) is divided by the total number of hosts visiting pagat.com that month (t). This normalisation is to correct for seasonal fluctuations in the total number of page views: it probably does not make much difference to the result.
  2. We model visits to a page as a Poisson process, and use the average of h/t for the previous 5 months to estimate its rate.
  3. Assuming this Poisson process, we use the to estimate the probablity that h/t for the current month is greater than or equal to the observed value. Thanks to for drawing our attention to this approximation.
  4. We rank the pages in order of this probability. The lower the probability, the more remarkable it is that so many hosts visited the page in the latest month.
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