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Rook

4.1 out of 5 stars 74 customer reviews

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  • A favorite since 1906.
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Rook

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With its numbered deck of 57 cards, Rook, the classic card game, has elements of everything: bridge, pinochle, and lots of trumping and trick-taking. Includes two "black bird" cards that can change the course of any match. This basic set gives you all you need to get started: the deck and the rules. Great for learning strategy and patience. --Tom Keogh

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Product Dimensions 3.9 x 5.2 x 0.9 inches
Item Weight 3.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B00000IWD6
Item model number 00714
Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 12 years
Best Sellers Rank #57,882 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#859 in Toys & Games > Games > Card Games
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I have played Rook since I was a child and I've bought many decks of Rook cards over the years. I love the game of Rook but I am very disappointed in the quality of the cards in this Rook deck. I hadn't bought a new deck since the early 1990's, but a few months ago, I realized that it was time for a new deck. Since I bought the new deck, everyone that I've played the game with recently has remarked on the poorer quality of the cards. We greatly miss the Rook cards that were sold several years ago. I don't understand why Parker Brothers felt that it was necessary to change the way the cards were made. In my opinion, it was a very poor decision on their part.
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The Rook cards I kept buying were almost a waste money! They have gotten so bad that after a few rounds we were all getting annoyed. I contacted Hasbro several times and even sent them some of their lousy cards back to their office. No change and it's three years later. I just found a new company online that makes essentially identical cards except they are made of good material. Yup, they are really good. I have several decks of them now. NumberedGameCards.c
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For those wanting to purchase the "old" style Rook cards - Try Deluxe Rook by Winning Moves.
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Rook has always been a game that my whole family has always enjoyed playing. I'm 56 years old and my mother is now going to be 90 come December 6, 2002. Yes, she still enjoys playing "Rook" (my mother belonged to a "Rook Club" in her community for over 50 years). I bought the new "Rook" cards not knowing the cards had changed even though the box was new. When I opened it, I was very disappointed because I knew my mother would have a hard time seeing the numbers. Luckily enough, when I am at a store (Walmart, Kmart, Shopko, Target & etc.) and I see that they have a good price (under $5); I will purchase a couple of them because they make great gifts to family members (did I mention that my mom had 10 children... dad did help but he past away in 2000), so I do have a few decks of the older version of "Rook". There is not a person in the family that like the new version of "Rook". Please e-mail me back A.S.A.P. and let me know how I can get some more decks of the old version of "Rook". I know that I am not alone in my thinking on this matter. You could bring it back and call it the "Classic Rook" and still have the newer version out there too and then we could have a chose. OK? PLEASE!!!
Thank you so much for the game of "ROOK".
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But miss the better quality of the old cards - if you can find plastic coated, that would be a better investment. If someone would make a good quality, I am sure those of us that love to play rook, would pay more. I believe in the saying "you get what you pay for"
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Brand new & exactly as pictured. This is my husband's, his brothers', & his sons' favorite game so we go through the Rook cards about once a year (the cards are still in tact but look ratty so while the others don't care, my 57 yr old husband does care to have a nice deck of cards). When I looked to buy some more in local stores, they were all sold out! So I ordered 3 packs of Rook cards & my husband was delighted to see them arrive today. (I hid 2 packs of Rook cards so I can bring them out next year & the next year after that when these get worn out). These cards get a lot of heavy use, so I consider them to be fairly good cards to survive a bunch of adult men playing several hours weekly with these. I noticed some reviewers mentioned the cards are cheaply made. Maybe compared to several decades ago but these look & feel exactly like the ones I've bought over the years.
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By A Customer on December 1, 2002
Bring back the smoothe, plastic coated cards I played with 20 years ago. The newer ones are textured and very difficult to play with. Very enjoyable game to play--children and adults alike. It seems some company could manufacture cards the way they used to be made.
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The card packaging looked beat up. Box unsealed. The cards inside are wrapped and I assume they're all there. But they're kind of small compared to our regular Rook deck. Pretty disappointed with this purchase. And the price? Ridiculous for what you get.
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