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There are "chess board editor" sites, which you can use to solve chess puzzles. Input chess position and move the pieces trying different combinations of moves. For example: http://www.caissa.com/chess-tools/pgn-editor.php

Is there the same thing for puzzles, which are based on card games? That means a tool, which would be more or less equivalent to physical card deck. I need for Preferans, but may be Bridge-site or any other tricks-based game will be fine too.

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  • Just to clarify, you're not asking for something that actually "solves" puzzles, you're just looking for an on-line tool that lets you simulate playing out hands etc? For, like, reviewing situations and/or trying out new strategies? – goldPseudo Jun 1 '14 at 6:19
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    Yes. The tool, which would be more or less equivalent to physical cards. – klm123 Jun 1 '14 at 6:20
  • It's not the answert yet, but I'm developing cardforest.com as a place you can create and play card games. I think what you need is just a simplified version of a such game. PS, I'm considering making it open source and I'm looking for core developers – Amit Portnoy Jun 2 '14 at 6:06
  • I am removing the tag [trick-taking-games] per this meta thread. Unfortunately, I need to add a tag back in and [recommendations] is the one that seems the most apt. So I'm voting to close this as a recommendation question. – Thunderforge Mar 26 '17 at 2:59
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Tabletop Simulator gives you a sandbox board game world, so you could use it to solve card puzzles. However, it is not free.

For a free version you can try using this website. It doesn't have the best user experience, but it does the trick.

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