Jonas Richter deposited Games of 21 Combinations in the group History of Games and Play on Humanities Commons 10 months, 1 week ago
Games of 21 Combinations are a group of games of chance, based on the combinations rolled with two six-sided dice. Never as popular as the Game of the Owl or the Game of Seven, with which it shares certain features, Games of 21 Combinations show an great variety of designs from the 16th to 19th century.
This is the English version of the paper previously published as: ‘Jeux à Vingt-et-une Combinaisons’. Le Vieux Papier, fasc. 444 (Avril 2022), pp. 49-57.