Talk:Switch (card game)

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Merging Switch & Mau Mau[edit]

This merge should, by no means, take effect because like this all the other card games related to the Crazy Eights family would have to be merget into a single article too. Each and every game of this family of games have their own featured rules and peculiaritys. I have been working on every and each one of them, diagraming, adding pictures, formating, reading, studying evry single detail of games like Screw Your Neighbour, Craits, Mau Mau (card game), Crazy Eights, Black Jack, Bartok, Taki (card game), Mao (card game), Uno (card game) and Eleusis too, and they are, although similar, completely different from one another in every rule. Instead of merging these articles into a disform mass of rules, find me some info so we can date these games. Go find some sources, references, historical content and mainly dates because like this, every one will be able to know which game came first, witch game was derived from which and from which country, in a perfect lineage of card games related to this family. No merging is possible in this particular case. Krenakarore (talk) 22:40, 2 October 2009 (UTC)