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Explanation: prácticamente olvidado, aunque parte de su espíritu, y sus reglas, permanecen aún en diversos juegos, especialmente en las diversas versiones del dominó con cartas, como es el caso del cinquillo
Explanation: ... you can have two or more players (but at least three is best. All of the cards are dealt). The player who has the 7 of hearts (I think) starts by placing it down. The next player must lay down either the 8 or the 6 of hearts forming a vertical line on either side of the 7 and so on... OR he/she can lay down another 7 along side the 7 of hearts, and in turn the whole suit is built upwards and downwards from the 7. If the player cannot lay a card in sequence, then he/she misses a turn. The winner is the first to get rid of all of their cards.
Now what it is called in Spanish I haven't the faintest idea! (I'm a Russian-English translator!)
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