Kaiser

Number of decks: 1
Number of cards in the deck: 32
Number of players: 4
Seniority of cards: 7, 8, 9, 10, B, D, K, T.
Goal of the game: score 52 or more points.
Rules of the game. Canadian card game, which originated from the Ukrainians who moved to Canada in the 1960s. The game is played by 4 pair players per pair. 7 peaks are replaced in the deck by 3 peaks, and 7 hearts are replaced by 5 hearts. The first deliverer is determined by drawing lots, then the cards are dealt in turns clockwise. The deck is carefully shuffled by the deliverer and 8 cards are dealt to each player. Further trading begins with the player to the left of the provider clockwise. The player bets and announces the game with or without a trump card. The player who makes the highest bid wins the bid, announces a trump suit and makes the first move. The player may not bet, that is, to skip the trade. If all 4 players miss the trade, the cards are dealt again and the game starts again. The player who wins the trade makes the first move with any of his cards. The next player clockwise must put a card of the same suit, if there is no such card, he can put any card. When all 4 players lay out on the card, the player who puts the cards either the highest card in the suit of the first turn, or if a trump card was laid out, then the highest trump card picks up the cards. Thus, all 8 bribes are played. That pair of players who first score 52 points or more becomes the winner. Points for a pair of players are summed up and calculated as follows: 1 point for each trick; 5 points for a bribe, in which there are 5 hearts; minus 3 points for a bribe, in which there are 3 peaks. If a pair of players who won the trade and played without a trump card and took more points, then these points of this pair are doubled, otherwise the doubled rate will be deducted from them.