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Six Generations playing cards modeled after the structure of a family tree - a man and a woman, two sets of parents, four sets of grandparents, eight sets of great grandparents, and sixteen sets of great-great grandparents.

This democratic card deck abolishes the structure of the French Pack that uses Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces, and is based on the inventor's idea of creating a deck of family members in multiple generations. Each generation is doubled in the amount of family members, thereby making a deck of 64, which comes closest to the standard French Pack while being true to a balanced family tree.

The deck is ranking by not using numbers only, from one to six, but additionally, using matching costumes for family couples that are in the different suits. The oldest, sixth generation came to the United States from around Europe, while the different family members have particular names corresponding the country they came from, and the time periods.

The deck is supposed to be more entertaining than the standard French Pack, while still being playable at all of the standard casino table games. For players who are skeptical, seeing these cards in a casino is actually not such a long shot.

With Six Generations playing cards, the game players and inventors may create hundreds new card games, including the games playable with six-sided dice. The following card games have been already created: The Heirs, Six Generations, 23, GenPoker, Blind Date, Dynastia, and Meet the Ancestors (the variation of The Heirs.)

Six Generations Card Games is not as widely known as regular card games like poker. Regular Poker has gained a lot of popularity during the past couple of years. Especially with the rising of the WSOP (World Series of Poker) as a very popular worldwide
televised event. There are some similarities though between Gen Poker and for instance Draw Poker.

Six Generations 72 Modern Playing Cards for Innovative Card Games
Immigration From Europe to America Edition
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Emily
Generation 1
Jacob
Jennifer
Generation 2
Michael
Generation 3
Robert
Current time
Current time
1940-1965
Emily & Jacob
Jennifer & Michael
Linda & James
USA
USA
USA
Mary
Generation 3
James
Dorothy
Generation 4
John
Margaret
Generation 4
1940-1965
1900-1925
1900-1925
Mary & Robert
Dorothy & John
Margaret & Joseph
USA
USA
USA
Mildred
Generation 4
George
Helen
Generation 4
William
Alice
Generation 5
Edward
1900-1925
1900-1925
1860-1885
Mildred & George
Helen & William
Alice & Edward
USA
USA
USA
Emma
Generation 5
Harold
Generation 5
Henry
Generation 5
Arthur
1860-1885
1860-1885
1860-1885
Emma & Harold
Lillian & Henry
Minnie & Arthur
USA
USA
USA
Marie
Generation 5
Harry
Florence
Generation 5
Frank
Generation 5
Albert
1860-1885
1860-1885
1860-1885
Marie & Harry
Florence & Frank
Martha & Albert
USA
USA
USA
Generation 5
Walter
Theresa
Generation 6
Arnold
Laura
Generation 6
Thomas
1860-1885
1820-1845
1820-1845
Elizabeth & Walter
Theresa & Arnold
Laura & Thomas
USA
Austria
Belgium
Christina
Generation 6
Peter
Jane
Generation 6
Charles
Charlotte
Generation 6
Pierre
1820-1845
1820-1845
1820-1845
Christina & Peter
Jane & Charles
Charlotte & Pierre
Denmark
England
France
Barbara
Generation 6
Karl
Daphne
Generation 6
Theodore
Aggie
Generation 6
Andras
1820-1845
1820-1845
1820-1845
Barbara & Karl
Daphne & Theodore
Aggie & Andras
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Lucy
Generation 6
Sean
Bianca
Generation 6
Mario
Sandra
Generation 6
Quentin
1820-1845
1820-1845
1820-1845
Lucy & Sean
Bianca & Mario
Sandra & Quentin
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Anna
Generation 6
Gunnar
Wanda
Generation 6
Marek
Isabel
Generation 6
Marcelo
1820-1845
1820-1845
1820-1845
Anna & Gunnar
Wanda & Marek
Isabel & Marcelo
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Natasha
Generation 6
Vasily
Brenda
Generation 6
Douglas
Patricia
Generation 6
Gabriel
1820-1845
1820-1845
1820-1845
Natasha & Vasily
Brenda & Douglas
Patricia & Gabriel
Russia
Scotland
Spain
Julia
Generation 6
Erik
Ramona
Generation 6
Bruno
Galina
Generation 6
Taras
1820-1845
1820-1845
1820-1845
Julia & Erik
Ramona & Bruno
Galina & Taras
Sweden
Switzerland
Ukraine
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SIX GENERATIONS
Genealogical Card Games - Learn how to discover your family tree
62 Ancestors... 6 Generations... See if you can find them all!

"Down With the Monarchs, Up With Democracy" - Mike Ingram, Barrelhouse
"Here's another reason to buy Six Generations Card Game: it could save your family from extinction" - Chris Dunham, The Genealogue Blogspot

FAMILY CIRCLE WITH 64 RELATIVES IN SIX GENERATIONS

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Six Generations, a uniquely developed product with museum quality artwork and genealogically and historically interesting mechanic, is a pleasant example of information coupled with entertainment, challenging the valuation of the card system of “Standard Decks” with Kings, Queens and Jacks. This innovative pack contains a set of 72 cards with pictures of six generations of immigrants belonging to a family who came to the United States from sixteen European nations in the first half of the nineteenth century.

The latest generation consists of the siblings Emily and Jacob, currently living in the United States; and the other five generations represent their ancestors.

Recommended for ages six to adult, "Six Generations" is a highly engaging concept aimed at providing wholesome entertainment. It would be a welcome addition to any family's personal collection of games. This game also has educational value, as it provides useful clues to the different types of clothing worn by the people from different nations and time periods that are featured on its cards. As a genealogical and historical gift product, "Six Generations" has perfect usage in education, arts, museums, and homes.

Six Generations Pack with 72 cards
ISBN 097-604-1804 - 72 cards
Published by Six Generations Publishing in the U.S.A. in 2004

MSRP $8.97


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