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Schafkopf Tricks es Schafkopf Tricks, bekannt. - Grundlegende Schafkopf-Tipps für den AnfängerDie indirekten Vorläufer der verschiedenen Spiele der Familie Schafkopf zu denen Doppelkopf und Skat gehören waren das spanische Nationalspiel L'Hombre das im späten The Schafkopf group of card games is a family of mostly German trick-taking games played by three or more players with a pack of 32 or sometimes 24 cards. The most typical variants are for four players in varying partnerships and have the four Jacks and sometimes some or all Queens as the highest trumps. Es gibt eine ganze Palette an guten Schafkopf-Tipps und –Tricks. Alle werden hier allerdings nicht aufgezählt werden, sondern nur die allerwichtigsten. Bei Rufspielen beispielsweise ist es sehr wichtig, dass die “Spieler” Trumpf anspielen. Derjenige, der nach einer Sau ruft, hat nämlich meistens viele Trümpfe auf der Hand.
Derjenige, der nach einer Sau ruft, hat nämlich meistens viele Trümpfe auf der Hand. Sobald die Sau gesucht wird, muss derjenige, der die gerufene Sau auf der Hand hat, sie zugeben.
Derjenige, der beispielsweise nach der Eichel Sau ruft, muss ein Eichel auf der Hand haben, um überhaupt erst mit der Eichel Sau spielen zu können.
Sie spielen Nicht-Trümpfe an, um schnell in Erfahrung zu bringen, wo der Solist farbfrei ist und in welcher Farbe seine Spatzen sind bzw.
Schmieren bedeutet, für Punkte in einem Stich zu sorgen. Hat der Partner beispielsweise mit dem höchsten Trumpf, dem Eichel Ober, gestochen, sollte man entweder mit einem Zehner oder einer Sau schmieren.
Das Ziel des Spiels ist es nämlich, Punkte zu bekommen. In addition, a rate is often agreed between the basic rate and the Solo rate e.
If a team is schneider at the end of the game, the value of the game is increased by the basic tariff. If they are schwarz it is increased by a further notch whether the game has been won by the declarer's team or the defenders has no effect on the tariff.
The payment of schneider is viewed as a matter of honour and paid voluntarily; by contrast, schwarz must be claimed by the winner. In Wenz and Suit Solo schneider and schwarz are not always scored in long Schafkopf, but they always are in short Schafkopf.
If a player holds a certain number of the highest trump cards in uninterrupted sequence, they are called matadors Laufende , Bauern or Herren. Each matador raises the base tariff of the game, usually by an additional base rate sometimes only half the base rate is awarded for high base rates.
The number of matadors is determined as follows:. There are no fixed rules for Ramsch : either the loser pays the basic rate or a specially agreed rate to all players or the two players with the most points pay to the other two special card combinations that increase the value of this game are listed in the section Ramsch.
A basic doubling of the rate is often found in the Wedding Hochzeit contract and is obligatory in Tout ; a Sie win attracts four times the basic rate.
After the players receive the first hand of cards four cards and before they take the second hand they can double the value of the game either by knocking on the table or calling "doppeln" to double.
Normally a specific token e. Depending on the exact local rules only the first, only one or all players can double the game. If more than one player doubles the game the factors get multiplied, i.
These factors take effect after all other bonuses are added. In the case of Tout the game cost again double but no Schneider or Schwarz bonus is paid.
The value of the game can be doubled further by Contra. This re-doubles the value of the game. Depending on the local rules, further challenges - "Sub" , "Re-Sub" and others - may be allowed, each one further doubling the value of the game.
This is called "Contra on the First Card ". Another variant allows defenders to say "Contra" before they play their own first card - known as "Contra with Eight Cards" - or that Re etc.
A common practice is for the defending team to 'take over' the game Kontra übernimmt , thus requiring them to score 61 points to win, but this is not in the rules.
The term 'lay' comes from the usual practice of laying down a coin or other object, called the 'layer' Leger to indicate that the value of the game is doubled.
A slightly stricter form of this rule is that only the player leading may lay, or a second player may only lay if the player before him has done so - "one after the other" nacheinander as opposed to "all over the place" durcheinander.
Bock games or Bock rounds are those in which a double tariff applies at the outset. They can take place for various reasons, for example after the cards are thrown in, after lost Solos or double games as well as generally after schwarz or Re games.
A sweetener Stock , Pott , Henn , etc. With prior agreement, the declarer's team may claim the Stock if they win the game; if they lose it however, they must double the contents of the Stock.
In Schafkopf tournaments there is usually a special variant of the Stock called the Reuegeld. These contracts are an extension of the basic structure of classic Schafkopf; they are rarely found at tournaments but have a permanent place in many places where Schafkopf is played for fun.
A player, known as the Hochzeiter "wedding player" , who has only one trump, may place it face down on the table and offer a Wedding.
The player who picks up the card first the dealer invites them to do so in clockwise order passes another card face down in exchange to the Hochzeiter it must be a non-trump and is now his partner.
In the variant Bauernhochzeit "Farmer's Wedding", also called Doppelhochzeit , "Double Wedding" , two cards are exchanged. The rules for Wedding vary slightly from region to region.
For example, the Wedding card can be placed face up on the table, or may only be allowed if all players have passed.
In the very rare case that two players hold only one trump each, a Double Wedding is also possible. The declaring team is the pair that announced the first Wedding.
The players facing one another across the table automatically form teams. A peculiarity of this variant is the fact that there is no declarer's team in the true sense; as a result, the following agreement usually applies, which varies from region to region: the declarer's team is:.
A mandatory game, the Muss i. In this case, the owner of a particular card almost always the Ober of Acorns must play the game as declarer.
Muss has some special features: the game is won if the declarer's team score 60 card points and is schneider free with 30 points correspondingly won as schneider with 90 points.
In addition, no Contra may be given. If the Muss player is 'blocked' gesperrt i. If the Muss player holds all three suit Sows himself, he may also call a Suit Ten if necessary even a Suit King of his choice.
These games, too, are generally only of regional significance, as a result only the most common are described here. Geier is a derivative of Wenz, in which only the Obers act as trumps.
Similarly there are variants in which another card is given the function of the Unters in Wenz. Suit Wenz Farbwenz is a cross between Wenz and Suit Solo in which, in addition to the Unters as the highest trumps, a trump suit is also chosen.
The Obers are part of their suits which gives eleven trumps. Here too, there are variations in which another card takes on the function of the Unters in Suit Wenz; in Suit Geier Farbgeier , for example, it is the Obers.
Bettel is a classic negative contract, i. In many regions it can be played 'ouvert' Bettel Ouvert or Bettel Brett. Related to Bettel is Ramsch Tout or Pfd; where the soloist aims to take no tricks again, but this time there are trumps Obers, Unters and Hearts.
Sometimes hybrids are also played, where the Obers and Unters are trumps, but there is no trump suit. Ramsch is a variation of the game played if no-one has bid often the 'last man' has the option of announcing Ramsch if the players bidding before him have all passed.
In contrast with the other contracts, everyone plays against everyone else, i. A three-player variant is known as Dreiwendsch and seems to be closely related to Skat.
Each player receives ten cards; two cards face down in the middle of the table form the skat. Starting with the player to the dealer's left, the players get the chance to take up the skat, discard two cards face down, choose the trump suit and play a solo against the two opposing players.
In a variant, the player who holds the Queen of clubs must play the solo. If no soloist is found, the cards are dealt again.
In the United States, Schafkopf is known as Sheepshead and typically played by three to five players. It appears that the most popular variants are for three or five players and are closely related to Dreiwendsch, the three-player variant of Wendish Schafskopf.
The game is played with a pack of 32 cards. Diamonds are trumps, and the Queens and Jacks are the highest trumps.
Most cards are dealt to the players in batches of two or three. A widow of two cards four cards in case of four players is dealt face down to the middle of the table in between batches.
Starting to the dealer's left, players get the chance to pick up the widow, discard the same number of cards face down, and play as a soloist three or four players or with a single partner five players.
The partner in the five-player game is determined either as the player who holds the Jack of diamonds or by calling a specific ace as in Bavarian Schafkopf.
Any card points in the discard are counted along with the tricks won by the party of the player who picked up the widow. This party scores 1 point for winning, 2 points for schneider or 3 points for schwarz.
If the other party wins, they score 2 points for winning, 4 points for schneider or 6 points for schwarz.
If no player picks up the widow, depending on the variant played deal passes on, there is a redeal with double stakes, or a version of ramsch is played.
This four-player game is similar to Wendish Schafkopf and Sheepshead and is probably related to Avinas. Diamonds are always trumps, and the Queens and Jacks together with the 7 of diamonds the spitzer form the nine highest trumps.
The 7 of diamonds is the second highest trump, ranking between the Queen of clubs and the Queen of spades. The game is popular in an area in Michigan.
Once all cards have been dealt, each player in turn gets the chance to announce a solo. A soloist may also announce schneider or schwarz.
If no solo was announced, the players who hold the black Queens play together against the other two. A player who happens to hold both black Queens may, instead of announcing a solo, call for a partner.
The normal method is by calling for an Ace in a suit other than diamonds. If possible this must be a suit in which the player holds at least one card.
A player who holds all three plain suit Aces in addition to the black Queens may instead call for the winner of the first trick that the player does not win themselves.
Instead of calling for a partner or announcing a solo, a player who holds both black Queens may also play a quiet solo.
All scores are divisible by 3, but in the following description they have been divided by 3 for simplicity. After normal partnership play a party scores 1 point for winning, 2 points for schneider or 3 points for schwarz.
There is a bonus of 1 point for winning against the black Queens or the quiet soloist, or a bonus of 2 points for winning a quiet solo.
An announced solo is worth 6, 9 schneider or 12 schwarz points if won, and 3, 4 schneider or 5 schwarz points if lost.
A solo with schneider announced scores 12 points if won schneider, and 13 points if won schwarz. A solo with schwarz announced scores 14 points if won.
If the opposing players prevent an announced schneider or schwarz, they win 6 or 9 points, respectively, and even more if they actually win the play, or win it schneider or schwarz.
The game is played for 14 points. Avinas is a Lithuanian game for four players in fixed partnerships, sitting crosswise.
It seems to be based on Schafskopf but has a number of peculiar features. The Queens and Jacks together with the 7 of trumps form the nine highest trumps.
The 7 of trumps is the second highest trump, ranking between the Queen of clubs and the Queen of spades. The 32 cards are dealt in batches of four.
The dealer exposes the top card of each batch dealt to an opposing players and also looks at the top card of each batch dealt to the dealer's party, exposing it in case it is a 7.
The last 7 that has been exposed determines the trump suit. If no 7 has been exposed there is an auction for trumps similar to that in German Schafkopf.
Starting with the player to the dealer's left, each player passes or announces how many trumps they could have if they could choose the trump suit.
The player who announced the greatest number chooses the trump suit. The player who holds the exposed 7 that determined the trump suit, or the player who chose trumps, is considered to be the declarer.
Declarer always leads to the first trick, and must lead a trump. Schafkopf is a point-trick game, normally played with a German suited 32 card pack.
Schafkopf is considered to be the national card game of Bavaria, where it is a four-player game, with a basic contract in which hearts are trump and the bidder calls a non-trump ace whose holder becomes his partner.
There are higher contracts in which the bidder plays alone against a team of three, either with a trump suit of his choice, or with unders as the only trumps.
In recent years a variant using just 24 cards has become popular. The rules are the same as for the card game except that the 7's and 8's are omitted from the pack and the players are dealt just 6 cards each.