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Declarer always leads to the first trick, and must lead a trump. The winner of the first trick must also lead a trump to the second trick.
If this is impossible, the player leads any non-trump and can choose to do so face down and try to pass non-verbal information to their partner.
The other players must follow suit as if the card led was a trump. The highest trump played wins the trick.
The remaining tricks are played normally. The word "Schafkopf" without further qualification usually refers to Bavarian Schafkopf, which is the most popular card game in the German state of Bavaria.
It may have started as a variant of Wendish Schafkopf which found its way from Erzgebirge or Thuringian Forest to Bavaria in the early 19th century.
They are based on rules that were printed in In Bavaria the game is played with German-style cards. According to the official rules, the game is played with 32 cards, dealt in batches of four.
There are three basic modes of play. In partner play , hearts are trumps and the eight Jacks and Queens form the highest trumps. A player who won the auction can recruit a partner by calling a specific Ace.
The owner of that Ace is subject to certain restrictions when playing cards of that suit. Wenz is a solo game in which only the four Jacks are trumps, similar to grand in Skat.
Suit solo is a solo play in which the soloist chooses the trump suit and the Jacks and Queens from the highest trumps.
In the auction, the highest contract is Sie — a rare play that can only be played by a player whose hand consists of the eight Jacks and Queens, and which is automatically won.
Wenz tout is wenz with an undertaking to win all tricks. The hierarchy of plays continues with suit solo, wenz and partner play. In case of a tie the player to the left of the dealer takes precedence over the following player etc.
The right to choose the contract is auctioned in a way that attempts to minimize the flow of information. If no player bids, then according to the official rules the cards are thrown together and the deal passes to the next player.
Before the second card has been played, an opposing player may double the value of a game by calling contra. The playing party may immediately double once more by calling re.
There are numerous variations of the basic rules. In some regions the game is played with 24 cards, dealt in batches of three.
In the Palatinate, which was part of Bavaria from till , Bavarian Schafkopf is played with 32 French-style cards. Geier and geier tout are like wenz and wenz tout, except that the Queens rather than the Jacks are the only trumps.
Occasionally one also permits variants in which the Kings or the Tens are the only trumps. Sometimes the basic suit solo play can be combined with wenz into suit wenz , i.
Suit geier is formed similarly. Schafkopf German: or Schaffkopf German: is a late 18th-century German trick-taking card game most popular in Bavaria, but also played in other parts of Germany as well as other German-speaking countries like Austria.
Its earliest written reference dates to , although it only came to notice by the polite society of Altenburg in Today Schafkopf is an important part of the Bavarian culture and way of life.
Explanations of the origin of the name Schafkopf vary. Another is that it comes from "Schaffen" and "Kopf", "to work one's brain.
To this day, such casks are used as tables at beer stands and beer halls. In a normal round of Schafkopf all Obers and Unters as well as all heart cards are trumps and two people are playing against the other two.
The goal of the game is to have the most points, i. In Germany, Schafkopf is not deemed a gambling game and can therefore be legally played for money.
Especially in Bavaria it is normally played for small amounts of money to make it more interesting and the players more focused. Normal rates are 10 Euro cent for normal and 50 for solo games.
Also many local variations and additions exists which can differ from village to village or from pub to pub. Therefore, the exact rules used on the table should be agreed on by all players at the very beginning of the game.
Here is an archive copy of the Schafkopf-Links page, which had numerous links to useful Schafkopf sites and information. In the nineteenth century Schafkopf was taken to the USA by German emigrants, where it became Sheepshead , several versions of which are still popular in Wisconsin and other states with a significant population of German descent.
Schafkopf, like most German games, is normally played clockwise, but Tanno Gerritsen reports that they play counter-clockwise in the village of Aichstetten, in the Württemberg part of the Allgäu, and maybe in other part of that region as well.
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:.
In a three-way tie, the dealer wins. In the event that one player takes all points meaning the other two tie at 0 , that player loses four victory points and the other players do not score.
The game ends when a pre-specified number of deals take place. For the sake of fairness, every player should have dealt an equal number of times.
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Sign up for our email service and get The Denexa Book of Card Games , a page e-book with the rules to over card games. Object of Schafkopf The object of Schafkopf for the declarer is to collect at least 61 points in tricks.Schafkopf. Schafkopf is a point-trick game, normally played with a German suited 32 card pack. As in several related games, the card values are ace=11, ten=10, king=4, over=3, under=2, but Schafkopf has the special feature that the overs and unders are permanent trumps, ranking above the ace. 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. Viele Fans von Thomas Müller wissen, dass er sehr gerne Schafkopf spielt. Aber wie dieses bayerische Kartenspiel geht, wissen nur die Wenigsten. Auch beim FC. Game play Picking up the widow. The first order of business is determining who will take the widow. The player to the dealer’s Play of the hand. The player to the dealer’s left leads to the first trick. Each player in turn plays a card to the Scoring. None of the other cards have any value. If. Schafkopf is a trick-taking game played by 3 players using a standard deck stripped to 32 cards. This deck consists of one of each of the card denominations 7 through Ace in each of the four suits. Variations for four and five players are provided below in the Variations and Optional rules section. Playing. Shuffling, cutting and dealing. The four players sit crosswise as the table. Before the game begins, the first dealer is determined, usually by Auction. All pass. Trick-taking.