It is fun, social and is the most popular card game in the world - it is the game of bridge.
The Bega Valley Bridge Club held a demonstration of the game in Bega on Thursday as part of Seniors Week, which attracted a lot of attention from passers-by in the Sapphire Marketplace.
"Yes we are seniors, but bridge is not only for seniors; it's for everyone," the club's secretary Paul Corbett said.
"We'd love to get a younger age group along."
He said bridge was a challenging game that kept your brain active and could be played in the club or online.
"We are a very social club so it's a great way to meet people," Mr Corbett said.
"And it really is a lot of fun!"
The Bega Valley club has 55 members and fills about seven tables each time its members meet.
Its members play three afternoons each week in Tathra or Bega.
If you are interested in joining the club for a game head to its website www.bridgewebs.com/begavalley or email email@example.com.
An eight-week beginners' class will soon start, email the club for more details.
Thursday's demonstration was sponsored by Bega Valley Shire Council.