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Article:Yaniv (card game)
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The game has traveled all the way to Fiji, where it has been played by groups as large as 16 players in the Yasawa Islands. In Fiji, the name Yaniv was replaced by Fiji, confusing even the most avid of players. Reports from the Marshall Islands suggest that Yaniv is called just Marshall, or Matityahu by Israelis playing in the Marshall Islands.
 
The game has traveled all the way to Fiji, where it has been played by groups as large as 16 players in the Yasawa Islands. In Fiji, the name Yaniv was replaced by Fiji, confusing even the most avid of players. Reports from the Marshall Islands suggest that Yaniv is called just Marshall, or Matityahu by Israelis playing in the Marshall Islands.
 
The game is rapidly gaining popularity in North America, where the name is generally spelled "Yanif", and in Europe is mainly known as the Israeli traveling card game, and in Finland as "Janne". There is an alternative version of the game played in [[Manchester]] known as Dalya. Little is known about this variation of the game.
 
The game is rapidly gaining popularity in North America, where the name is generally spelled "Yanif", and in Europe is mainly known as the Israeli traveling card game, and in Finland as "Janne". There is an alternative version of the game played in [[Manchester]] known as Dalya. Little is known about this variation of the game.
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Another legend is told that this game was created by a crazy mothafucking jew.
   
 
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