All in the Family Archie Bunker's card game

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All in the Family Archie Bunker's card game was produced in the 1970s by Milton Bradley. Based on Oh Hell, it was themed after the television show All in the Family.

The game uses the following rule variations:

  • Each suit consists of ten cards, except for trumps, which has twelve.
  • The number of cards in a hand is fixed at seven.
  • Bidding is done by all players simultaneously using a tally wheel provided in the set.
  • The lowest and highest trump cards have a special action. A trick containing one of these cards may be handed off to another player at the discretion of the person taking the trick.
  • Ten points are awarded to anyone meeting their exact bid. The first player to reach 100 points wins.

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