People of the Medieval Ages had plenty possibilities to entertain themselves. From childhood on they played games such as Hide and Seek, Blind man's buff, card and dice games as well as other games of chance were the most popular games in the Medieval Ages. During the games verbal and physical disputes occurred quite frequently, wherefore clergy and nobility sought to ban or at least contain them. Board games such as Chess or Backgammon were adopted from the Orient. Among the medieval games sporting activity can also be found. Although, we cannot see it as we see sport nowadays during these times. It was used to entertain the participants and the crowd watching this event. These events were held during the numerous fairs, the medieval year contained. In the course of these fairs, showmen and musicians took care of the entertainment. Of course, there was dance too. There were two different types of dance. On the one hand, the dance of the nobility, which was a calm, paced sort of dance and on the other, the dance of the people, which was a wild, jumped one. Aside of the games and fairs taverns, public bathing and brothels served as disport. In addition to these entertainments the nobility had its own possibilities. Hunting and jousting combined the essential merits of noble lifestyle. Although severe injuries and deaths happened quite frequently, young noblemen took the risk to increase their reputation.