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About: The most common deck of playing cards used today is the the deck of French playing cards. This kind of deck includes thirteen ranks in each of the four French suits: clubs, diamonds, hearts and spades, with reversible "court" or face cards. Modern playing cards are available in both "wide" and "narrow" sizes, often now commonly referred to as either 'poker' or 'bridge' sized. Although French suited cards are the most common playing cards used internationally, there are many countries or regions that continue to use their own regional cards. In Central Europe, German suited cards are widely used, Italian suited cards are common in Italy and Spanish suited cards on the Iberian peninsula. What is your favorite card game?
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