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Wer von Grund auf Schafkopf lernen möchte, sollte zuerst einmal alle Regeln und Varianten des Spiels kennen. Die Spielanleitung ist dabei selbstverständlich ebenfalls von Belang.
Fortgeschrittene, die sich damit schon zur Genüge befasst haben, können dann allmählich damit anfangen, sich mit der Berechnung der Tarife auseinanderzusetzen, um Schafkopf irgendwann einmal auch mit Geldbeträgen spielen zu können.
Solange man aber die grundsätzlichen Elemente des Spiels nicht beherrscht, sollte man noch nicht mit Grundtarifen Schafkopf spielen. Das Lehrgeld könnte nämlich sehr hoch sein!
Der Anfänger sollte sich zunächst damit begnügen, ohne Grundtarife Schafkopf zu spielen — sei es im Internet oder sei es mit guten Freunden.
Dem Beginner ist jederzeit die Möglichkeit geboten, kostenlos zu schafkopfen. If no player announces their intent to play all say 'Weiter' , there are several possibilities, which should be agreed upon before the start of play:.
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. At the beginning of the game any opposing player, but normally one with very good cards, can give the offensive player "Kontra" Contra which means that he declares his team will win even when they didn't announce a game.
This doubles the value of the game. Only one Contra is allowed, so they can't be accumulated like the normal doubling. However any one of the offensive players player or partner can answer a Contra with "Re -tour " return which declares that the player still thinks that his offensive team will win.
This doubles the value of the game again. Depending on the exact local rules used another round of Contra and Re, now called "Sub" and "Re-Sub", or even more can be allowed, which further doubles the value of the game.
Contra and Re can normally only be called as long as none or only the very first card has been played. Different rules also exist which allow opponents to give Contra before they play their own very first card or that Re etc.
A popular variant in some parts of Bavaria is the "short" Schafkopf which is played with only 24 cards where the '7' and '8' cards of all suits are removed.
Every player only receives six cards 2x3. This makes the game faster and changes some playing tactics because of the changed probabilities.
Also a variant for only three players exists where also the short card deck with 24 cards is used but all players still receive eight cards.
Whichever player takes the fewest points scores two victory points. If they captured 0 points, they score four victory points. If two players tie, whichever one less recently took a trick wins and gets the two points.
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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Object of Schafkopf The object of Schafkopf for the declarer is to collect at least 61 points in tricks. Setup Schafkopf uses the card deck common to German card games.
Card ranking Schafkopf uses a highly unorthodox card ranking. Game play Picking up the widow The first order of business is determining who will take the widow.
Schafkopf was first recorded in , but in so many variants that it must date back into the 18th century. Many Schafkopf games are played with the 32 cards of a piquet pack consisting of Ace, King, Queen, Jack, Ten, 9, 8, 7 in each of the four well known French suits.
In some cases a shorter pack of 24 cards is used, dropping the 8s and 7s. Some games are also, or even exclusively, played with an equivalent German-style pack.
In German-style cards there are two kinds of knaves that are distinguished by the position of the suit mark: "Upper" knaves Ober correspond to Queens, and "Lower" knaves Unter correspond to Jacks.
For simplicity, this article will describe the games in terms of French-style cards throughout.
The cards carry values as shown in the table, for a total of card points. It can be observed that the 12 low cards have no point value at all, while 84 of the game's card points are concentrated in the 8 high cards.
Only the 12 court cards have point values close to the average. Depending on the game variant and sometimes the contract, a certain number of Queens or Jacks form the highest trumps and are considered full members of the trump suit.
For this purpose the suits always rank clubs, spades, hearts, diamonds. All games are played clockwise, and in the more typical games of this family all cards are distributed to the players.
The party of the player who won the auction is known as "the players", the opposing players are known as "the opponents".
To win, the players normally need to collect more than half of the card points in tricks, i. The opponents win if they collect 60 points or more.
If the opponents win less than 30 points, the players win schneider. If the players win all tricks, they win schwarz. Regardless of who won the auction, the player to the dealer's left leads to the first trick.
As in Skat or Whist, players must follow suit if possible but are otherwise unrestricted in what they can play. If the trick contains trumps, it is won by the player who played the highest trump; otherwise it is won by the player who played the highest card of the suit led.
The player who wins a trick leads to the next trick. An early four-player Schafkopf game that is no longer popular is known as German Schafkopf.
It is played by four players in fixed partnerships, using a pack of 32 cards. In this game all Jacks, but not the Queens, are the highest trumps.
Once all cards have been distributed, the player who holds the Jack of clubs gets to choose the trump suit and forms a partnership with the player sitting opposite.
Like most Schafkopf games, this one has numerous variants. In one variant each player announces how many trumps they would have if they could choose trumps — provided the number is at least five.
The player who announces the greatest number  chooses the trump suit. If the players lose, the game is counted twice. In another variant the Jacks and black Queens are the highest trumps.
In yet another variant diamonds are always trumps. This variant is still popular in Erfweiler Palatinate , although German Schafkopf is otherwise unknown in the area.
Bidding is restricted to those players who have at least one Jack, and a player may announce a number as low as two. Starting from the player to the dealer's left, the first player who has a Jack must bid.
The player who bids the greatest number gets to choose the trump suit. In either case the soloist's partner does not participate in the play and the soloist must win all tricks.
In the case of a minor solo the soloist and the soloist's partner each passes one card to the other — openly in case it is a Jack.
As a special case, a player who holds all four Jacks can choose only between playing a major solo and a redeal. In any case the four Jacks are the highest trumps.
In addition to the standard trick-playing rules, a player who cannot follow suit must play trump if possible. If a trick contains a Jack, a higher Jack must be played if possible according to the other rules.
Scoring is peculiar. After each play a certain number of points are scored, and the first party to score 20 wins the game.
In the first play the party that holds the Jack of clubs is privileged. In all subsequent plays the party that won the previous play is privileged.
The privileged party wins a partnership play with 42 or more card points, i. In any case a party scores 1 point for winning partner play, 2 points for winning schneider or 3 points for winning schwarz.
A minor or major solo scores 8 or 12 points, respectively. It is played by four players in fixed partnerships, sitting crosswise.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. 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. 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. 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. What distinguishes the Schafkopf group of trick-taking games is that the all the jacks, or all the the queens, or sometimes both queens and jacks are permanent trumps, placed at the head of the trump suit, making it much longer than the other suits. Many of these games were or still are played with German suited cards, so that the highest trumps are in fact the over-jacks (Ober), under-jacks (Unter) or both. 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.