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52 Card Pickup

If you love fast and furious card games, then you’re going have a ball playing 52 Card Pickup. All you have to do is remove every card from the pile in sequential order. Think it’s easy? Well, think again because you only have two minutes to clean the board. A single 52 Card Pickup game only takes two minutes to play, but this game is so addictive, don’t be surprised if you get sucked into playing for hours on end!

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