Card game table
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Usually card tables were in public spaces like clubs and casinos but they could also be found in rich homes with card/game rooms in the 19th and the 20th centuries. If they were in private homes, those card tables were more ornate.
In the 19th century only men played card games, the only women who joined them were prostitutes. From the end of World War I. women could participate in card games too - before that it was a typical male freetime activity.
In USA mostly poker and faro were played while in Europe it was bucks, tarok and whist.
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