I'm a cribbage player. After you've played cribbage for a few years, it stops being about talent and starts being more about luck of the draw.
I also play Euchre, which requires cheating. In fact, Euchre comes from an old time word that means to bluff. I thought it was midwest vernacular for "gotta have a few beers in ya before you play," but that apparently is not the case.
And then I play Chess. Chess is one of the most difficult games in the world to play well. You can play, and you can even win a fair amount without knowing much; but to learn how to position everything in the right spot, especially in the face of someone else who knows exactly what they are doing, that is a true challenge, and in perfect keeping with the concept of sport.
And then I play backgammon, where Luck again can rule the roost. Fun though, and the Boy plays, sometimes.