Three card brag is a 16th century British card game, and the British national representative of the vying or “bluffing” family of gambling games. Brag is a direct descendant of the Elizabethan game of Primero and one of the several ancestors to poker, just varying in betting style and hand rankings. The game is very popular in Trinidad, India and Nepal, where it is known both as “Flush” and “Teen Patti” (literally translated from Hindi as “three cards”), played with some minor variations.