Clobyosh (also known as "Bela also known as "Klabberjas") is a trick-taking card game played in Jewish communities in many parts of the world. The rules of Clobyosh are very close to those of the French card game Belote and the Croatian card game Belot (which also is called "Bela"), but with a few significant differences from each.

ee also

* Clabber

External links

* [ Rules Of Card Games: Clobyosh]
* [ Online two and four-handed versions]

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