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Clabber

Clabber is a four player trick-taking card game that is played in southwestern Indiana near Evansville. Clabber is a member of the Jack-Nine family of card games that are popular in Europe. The game is a four player variation of Klaberjass, which was brought to the area by 19th-century German immigrants. The game differs from Euchre in that you are not awarded the number of tricks you take, but the actual

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