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History of Some'R'Set:
In 1903, Arthur J. Hodges of Carroll Iowa, had an idea to help families come together without using face cards (which at the time were a no-no in certain Midwest religious communities). That game became a trick-taking game of fractions rather than traditional suits called "Some'R'Set," a play on words suggesting that "Some" players who bid too high at the beginning of the game can find by the end that they "are set!"
The 1903 28-card version of Somerset now goes by the name of “Single - Somerset," and its more popular 1913 50-card successor, called "Double Somerset" by Hodges, is what we market as good old-fashioned "Some'R'Set" today!