Online card games is one of my companion whenever I want to kickstart my artistic juices, relax, and even calm myself whenever I experience anxiety. 

Card games were introduced to me by my late grandmother. I always see her playing solitaire during her free time. Whenever I ask her why she plays cards, she would always tell me that it helps her to concentrate, and it is one of her tools to sharpen her mind.

Also, according to experts, playing cards can provide psychological benefits such as:

  • Boost Mental Health
  • Improves Patience, Concentration, and Discipline
  • Stress Reliever
  • Advances Logical Thinking
  • Fight Lonely Feeling
  • Sharpens the Mind
  • Learn and Discover New Skills

To date, I still love playing classic online card games. Aside from I grew up playing it, these card games also remind me of those good memories I had with my grandmother. 

Wondering what classic online card games that I play? here are my top four picks.


Hearts is an "evasion-type" trick-taking playing card game for four to six players. The objective in playing this game is to be the player with the lowest score at the end of each game. When a player hits the agreed-upon score or higher, the game ends; and the player with the lowest score wins.

How is this game being scored? At the end of each round, players count the number of hearts they have taken as well as the queen of spades.

Hearts count as one point each and the queen counts 13 points. The aggregate total of all scores for each round must be a multiple of 26.

When a player takes all 13 hearts and the queen of spades in one hand, instead of losing 26 points, that player scores zero, and each of his opponents' scores, on the other hand, will have an additional 26 points.


Like Hearts, Spades is a trick-taking card game made in the United States in the 1930s. It can be played with some friends or a solo, "cutthroat" type of game. The objective of this game is to have the least number of tricks bid.

The game is usually played to 100 points but some do it by 50s.

How is this game being played? The game is scored by hand, and the winner must score a specific number of points that are determined before the game begins. Although 500 points are usual, 200 points are sufficient for a quick game. If feasible, the player on the dealer's left takes the lead, and the other players must follow suit. If a player is unable to follow suit, he or she may discard or play a trump. The person who plays the highest trump or, if no trump was played, the player who led with the highest card in the suit, wins the trick. The player who wins the trick is the next to take the lead. The game will continue until no one has any cards left. 

Each hand has a value of 13 tricks. Spades can only be led if they have already been played or if the player leading has just Spades in his hand.

Thirty One

Thirty-one or Trente et un is a card game played by two to seven individuals, where players endeavor to gather a hand which sums 31.

Playing this is easy as it uses the cards 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace. Each of the players has three cards. The remaining card is in the center of the table. The players can choose to pass or knock when they think the cards on their hand will be better, or they can pick to swap cards placed in the middle of the table.

The objective of this game is to undertake to score 31 focuses or as near to it as you conceivably can. Your score is based on the value of the cards you've got in a single suit. Aces are worth 11, face cards are worth 10, and all other cards are worth their numerical value.


Solitaire or patience game is a genre of card game that can be played by a single player using a card or domino. 

The objective of the game is to stack cards into the right arrangement or pattern. These arrangements are based on suits and rank.

The Classic Solitaire game is comprised of the following components: 

  • The draw heap with a deck of shuffled 52 cards. 

  • The Foundations. This is often a put where heaps of cards can be stacked in numerical arrange. This space is left empty at the beginning of the game. The foundation is the aces of each suit where the rest of the cards will be stacked. 

  • A Table, or tableau that are either empty spaces or highlight cards that are stored before being added to the foundation.

Aside from these, I also play other card games such as 5 Stack Blackjack and Crazy Eights.

Do you also play online card games? Share your favorite online card games on the comment section too!

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