Cribbage - a fun game played with cards, pegs, and a cribbage board.
Euchre. One of the largest families of card games, also known as
Trumps. Euchre was the pre-eminent card game among refined players up
until the early part of the 20th Century, when its dominance was challenged
by Whist and Bridge. Euchre is a descendant of the old Spanish
game Triomphe. Euchre was introduced into the United States by the
French in Louisiana.
Julepe. Spanish game, cross between poker and pinochle.
Patience - see Solitaire.
Pinochle (also known as Pinocle) - Cannot technically be played with a standard deck, as the game requires a pinochle deck.
Piquet - a game for two players that is, according to The Illustrated
Book of Table Games, "generally considered the best card game for
two ever devised." Played with a short pack, similar to
Bezique. [see above.]
Poker - a game of skill. In theory, most forms of poker may be
played by any reasonable number of persons, but five to seven players is
considered the ideal.
Straight Draw Poker (Standard Poker)
Ruff. A French modification of Triomphe, probably in turn an
ancestor of Euchre.
Queen City Rum
Solitaire - This is a catch-all name for many hundreds of types of card
games meant to be played by a single player
Canfield (known in England as Demon)
Klondike (known in England as Canfield)
Triomphe. A very old Spanish card game, first mentioned in writing