I have discovered that the tarot cards I resonate with go hand in hand with the values represented by the creator of this tarot card game. I hope you find this information useful in your quest for the perfect tarot game, especially if you choose your first set of tarot cards. If you are interested in a particular tarot game, see if you can find books that explain the images on each card. Most of the information you can find about the Tarot, whether in books or on the Internet, is based on this game and makes it much easier for beginners to understand. And I’ve also found it very difficult to connect to a tarot game if I don’t like the Creator, “his” energy or the values “he” represents. I noticed that many beginners find themselves trapped in the constant search cycle for a new tarot card game. When choosing a tarot game, it’s important that you hear your first thoughts about how you feel about this particular tarot game and how your energy feels. Try to find a Tarot deck that suits your lifestyle and vision of life in some way, as this is usually the best way to find common ground. Before deciding on a new tarot set, I realized that it works best if I do the right research on the tarot set before I make my purchase. What I discovered is that the best game to start with is the most common one, the Centennial Edition of the Tarot Pamela Colman Smith*, also known as Rider String*. In this blog post, I would like to show you how to choose a Tarot deck and what criteria you should follow. The appearance of a tarot deck can be very deceptive and should not be your main criterion when choosing a tarot deck. I hope this article will give you many tips and hints that you think about how to choose a tarot game. But if you are interested in a more structured learning process, a traditional tarot game is usually the best. While other card games can be so unusual and far removed from the traditional tarot, it may be impossible to find additional information about the meaning of the cards. Before making my final decision to buy a tarot game, I try to examine the creator of the tarot game.