Use Latest version Of winrar or 7-Zip
Extract .rar file ..
Extract To Short Paths Like C:\Games Or D:\Games
Go To The Extracted Folder And Double Click On The CBV.Reg File (Click YES Then OK) (MUST BE DONE) Then Double Click On The >MakeDesktopIcon< File.
Start The game from the desktop.
Simple as that :
Play > EVERYTHING<
When You no longer want the game on your Computer, delete the extracted folder and the desktop Shortcut..
Tested On Vista Xp and Windows 7...
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The game of Canasta is said to have originated in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1939 (see for example Philip E Orbanes' article The Canasta Story). From there it spread to Argentina, the USA and throughout the world. It was extremely fashionable in the 1950's, threatening for a while to displace Contract Bridge as the premier card game.
The rules were standardised in North America around 1950, and it was this version of the game, which will be called Classic Canasta on this page, that gained worldwide popularity. In many countries, Classic Canasta is still played in more or less its original form, sometimes alongside a number of variations. In North America, however, some players have continued to develop the game, and these groups now favour a different version, called Modern American Canasta on this page.
Canasta is generally agreed to be best for four players, playing in partnerships. However, there are playable versions for two and three players, which are given later on this page.
General Rules and Terminology
To avoid repetition, this section describes the terms and processes that are common to most or all versions of Canasta.
Canasta is normally played with two standard 52 card packs plus four jokers (two from each pack), making 108 cards in all. They have standard point values as follows:
Jokers . . . 50 points each
A, 2 . . . 20 points each
K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8 . . . 10 points each
7, 6, 5, 4 . . . 5 points each
The cards A, K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4 are called natural cards. All of the deuces (twos) and jokers are wild cards. With some restrictions, wild cards can be used during the game as substitutes for a natural card of any rank.
The threes have special functions and values, depending on which variation of Canasta is being played.