At their core, games in the Whist family are all trick-taking card games that are simple to learn but difficult to master due to their potential for scientific play. As you may have imagined, they are all more or less based on a classic English card game called Whist.
A uniquely breezy and strategic game to play online or with friends (or even on your phone!), spades gameplay can really suffer when players make some simple assumptions or misunderstand some of the strategy basics. As our teachers growing up always told us, there are no stupid questions, only stupid people, so here are some answers to some of the most common questions new players have about the game of spades.
Spades is the most popular game in America, but it is lacking in regular pop culture. We’ve outlined the most prominent occurrences of our beloved game here
A game of spades is the best way to spend time and enjoy the company of others. We’re outlined the basics and the top reasons to join the growing community!
Have you ever wondered what the odds for getting 13 spades in a hand are? We’ve outlined the real science of spades and all the numbers you’ll need to win!
Bidding in spades is the most important skill for every player. You have to understand the values of cards and how to bluff for a successful team bid.