No matter how many years go by, cards are a classic game that will never go out of fashion. With them, you can play with your friends or family at home, in the pool, wherever and whenever you want. Our personalised cards are even more complete, because you can design them to your liking with photos or with any of our pre-designed templates.
Before you make a nice personalisation, you have to choose between our two options:
The personalisation is done on the back with the design of your choice. It is a game for all ages to enjoy alone or in company. Although it is older people who are known to play more, the truth is that everyone likes it equally, so it is a great gift for any occasion.
Mus: Mus is a game of betting and strategy played in pairs. Four cards are dealt to each player, and through different rounds of betting, players try to form combinations of cards that add up to 31 points. Communication between teammates is essential to decide when to make mus (maximum bet) and try to trick opponents.
Chinchón: Chinchón is an elimination game where the goal is to form combinations of cards of the same suit or straight. Seven cards are dealt to each player, and the first to form chinchón (a combination of seven straight or same-numbered cards) wins the round. Play continues until a player reaches a certain score.
Brisca: Brisca is a game played in pairs. Each card has a specific value and one card is played per turn. The trick is won by the highest card or the card with the highest value according to certain rules. The aim is to win as many tricks as possible to accumulate points.
Siete y Media: Siete y Media is similar to blackjack. The aim is to get a hand whose total card count is as close to 7.5 as possible without going over. Face cards are worth half a point and the ace is worth 1 or 11, depending on the player's preference. It is played against the dealer, and whoever gets closest to 7.5 wins.
Tute: Tute is a game of tricks in pairs. The aim is to get certain cards that award specific points and to win tricks to accumulate additional points. Communication with your partner is crucial, as there are strategies to achieve tute, which is the highest pair.
Póker: Poker is a card game with many variations, but the best known version is Texas Hold'em. Players are dealt two personal cards and share five community cards. The objective is to form the best five-card combination to win the game.
Bridge: Bridge is a trick-taking game played in pairs. Each player is dealt 13 cards and the aim is to win as many tricks as possible. Communication between teammates is essential, and the game involves auctions to determine the trump suit.
Canasta: Canasta is a matching and strategy game for pairs. The objective is to form canastas, which are specific combinations of cards, and accumulate points. It is played with two decks of cards and combinations of cards of the same rank can be made.
Blackjack: Blackjack is a card game in which the objective is to obtain a hand whose sum total is as close to 21 as possible without going over. It is played against the dealer, and the face cards are worth 10, while the ace can be worth 1 or 11, depending on the player's preference.
Cuarto: Cuarto is a trick-taking game in which the aim is to win as many tricks as possible and accumulate points. It is played in pairs, and each player is dealt 13 cards. There are specific rules about which cards win each trick, and strategy is key.
These are just a few games, but there are many more. From solitaire to multiplayer games so you can have fun and have a good time with our personalised card deck.
The Spanish deck is made up of different suits: golds, cups, spades and clubs. Each of them consists of several number cards and three face cards: jack, numbered 10; knight, numbered 11; and king, numbered 12.
The suits represent different classes of society in the Middle Ages. Swords symbolise the monarchy or the bourgeoisie; cups, the Church; golds, the merchant class; and clubs, the peasants.
French playing cards were already in use at the beginning of the 15th century. It is believed to have been invented by Etienne de Vignolle, companion of Joan of Arc. Etienne de Vignolle is depicted in the French deck as the valet of hearts.