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Troika is a Canadian trick-taking game played by four people - two against two as partners sitting across from each other. A 32-card pack is used. Each trick is worth a point and there are two special cards: the lowest heart is worth +5 points to the player taking it in a trick and the lowest spade is worth -3.
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Creating Exceptional Theatrical Experiences From Baltimore to Brazil to Beijing—for more than 30 years, TROIKA Entertainment has been producing, managing, booking, and bringing the Broadway experience to audiences around the world.
Adventure Across. the Humpbacked Sky! TROIKA!is a science-fantasy role-playing game where you and your cosmopolitan group of fellow travellers explore the ends of multiverse. You will fly on mystic barges, help dying gods, solve confounding crimes, plunder dead worlds, and meet strange & wonderful people. With just one book and a couple of six-sided dice you'll be able to provide years of adventure for you and your friends.
Troika's thoughtfully designed products are made of high grade materials with impeccable finish. Troika resists the disposable nature of so many of today's gifts, instead Troika is committed to creating joyful products that are user friendly, tactile and of lasting value. Troika is the winner of over 60 design prizes , including the prestigious Red Dot Award, German Design award and the Good Design award from the Chicago Athenaeum.
The troika is a term used to refer to the single decision group created by three entities, the European Commission (EC), the European Central Bank (ECB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). It was formed in the aftermath of the European debt crisis as an ad hoc authority with a mandate to manage the "bailouts" of Cyprus, Greece, Ireland and Portugal, in the aftermath of their prospective insolvency caused by the world financial crisis of 2007–2008 .