500, also known as Five Hundred is an American card game that was copywrited and marketed in 1904. Often seen as an extenstion of Euchre and Bridge, 500 can be played by 2 to 6 players.
500, Five Hundred, is a game devised in America shortly before 1900 and promoted by the United States Playing Card Company, who copyrighted and marketed the rules in 1904. The game can be played by two to six players but the most common form is for four players in partnerships although some sources say that the game is primarily for three players. The game is an extension of Euchre which also incorporates the basic principles of Bridge.
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