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How to Play Hearts
- A Beginner’s Guide to Learning Rules and Strategies to Win
- Narrated by: Forris Day
- Length: 1 hr
- Unabridged Audiobook
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Are you an “all or nothing” type of person? Then, perhaps hearts is a game that was designed just for you!
In fact, hearts is a trick-taking game, but it’s nothing like other trick-taking games. That’s because it is actually a game of evasion! Thinking that you need to take as many tricks as possible to win is the first mistake most people make attempting to play hearts.
Want to start playing hearts, but don’t know where to start? Start here!
Hearts is an excellent game that can be played with four players, but it can also be modified for three, five, or even six players, in case you have less or more players available but still want to play it with your friends and family.
Go from a complete beginner to a hearts master! It doesn’t matter if you are a total beginner or if you already know a thing or two about hearts, this guide will take your skills to the next level, no matter what!
If you are a beginner in the world of hearts, this guide will teach you the basic rules so that you can play the game with your friends and not be crushed by the opposition!
If you are already somewhat familiar with the game, don’t worry. There’s still a lot of room for improvement, something that you are soon about to find out!
This hearts guide will arm you with tricks and strategies, as well as information about similar hearts variations that will skyrocket your potential in the game.
Why listen to this comprehensive hearts guide? Because upon finishing this guide, you will:
- Know everything you need to get started playing the game right away
- Understand the basic and additional rules of the game
- Discover tried-and-tested hearts strategies to stand a chance even against powerful and experienced players