I think this game, GoStop, a Korean card game usually played with a version of Japanese flower cards where usually two or three players gather around and get 3 or 7 cards then call a Go or Stop, portrays the intersection. GoStop which continues to play when player calls Go where the amount of points or money, is doubled, tripled, and so on. But when a Stop is called, the game ends and the winner collect their winnings. The game is played by the dealer first, then going counter-clockwise. Each player will try to match a card face up with a card in their hand and then flip over a card on the top of the deck. If the card on top also matches the two cards chosen, then this triplet of cards stays in the middle until the player with the fourth card captures the set. Some cards do not look like they match. As game goes on, when players don’t have any cards to match, they puts down one of their cards, and flips over a card from the deck, then the game is played normally. As game continues, the object of the game is to create combination for points until a group of cards are equally into points, either three or seven to call a Go or Stop. This game is originally for people to enjoy and entertained. But it’s also good for someone has dementia because it deals with matching pictures or drawings which then is a practice of ability of distinguish the color, calculation, communication skills and practice of reasoning where it affects individuals.