Number of decks: 2
The number of cards in pack: 32 and 1 red Joker, black Joker, 2, 2 twos red suit, 2 two black suit, the 5 of clubs.
Number of players: 3-6
Cards seniority: 7, 8, 9, B, D, K, 10, T, black Joker, red Joker.
The goal: to score the most points.
Game rules. The rules of this card game are provided by Paavo Suhonen. It seems to be a Finnish card game, although I can not say 100 percent. 3, 4, 5, or 6 players can play with two decks of cards that are mixed into one deck. The first deliverer in the game is determined by lot, in the following games, players deal cards in turn. The deck is carefully shuffled and each player is dealt 6 cards in closed form two at a time. The seventh card is dealt to each player in the clear and it serves to determine the teams in the game. Those players who receive red cards play against those who receive black cards. Jokers are considered a separate team and players who have these cards will be jokers are considered one team. If all players have different cards that do not allow you to create a team, then each player plays for himself. The top card of the remaining deck then opens to indicate which game will be played. If this card is more than nine, then the game will be with a trump suit and the suit of this card will be a trump suit. If this card is 7, 8 or 9, then the game is played without trumps and the jokers become the usual high cards in the color of the corresponding suit. If this card is a Joker, the next card from the deck is opened, and the Joker is placed in the center of the deck. After determining the type of game, players look at their cards and, starting with the player to the left of the deliverer, each player has the right to exchange up to 6 of his cards with the cards of the deck. Next, the draw of cards begins, where the first move belongs to the player to the left of the deliverer. The player can enter from any of his cards. Each subsequent player clockwise also puts one of his cards, after which the player who takes these cards for himself is determined, and it will be the player who puts the highest card, the same player begins drawing the next cards with his first move. The cards played are called a bribe. There are a few exceptions to the bribe draw:
- If two identical cards are played in bribes, they neutralize each other and are not considered at all in determining the winner of the bribe.
- If one of the players puts a deuce, the deuce neutralizes all the cards laid out before it of the same suit. If there are no cards of the same suit as the deuce, then the deuce is considered simply the lowest card.
- If one of the players puts the five of clubs, it neutralizes all the cards in the bribe, except one, which is laid out in front of the five of clubs. If the five of clubs is laid out by the first card in the bribe, then it simply neutralizes itself and does not take part in the drawing of the cards of the bribe.
- If all the cards in the bribe are neutralized, the cards are given to the player who went first.
The game can be re-neutralization in one bribe, in this case, re-neutralization is not neutralization and this card is not considered as a card in determining the winner of the bribe. A player who took a bribe can get 5 additional points if he declares that he has a king and a Queen of the same suit and the next first move of this player must be started with any of these declared cards.
After all the cards are played by the players, the scoring begins. Players of one team count points as a whole, after which this number of points gets each player, let’s say the players together scored 25 points, which means that 25 points gets each player. The team or player who played one obtains 1 point if he took a bribe, 4 points if taken bribes 2, 9 points if taken bribes 3, 16 points if taken bribes 4, 25 points if taken bribes 5, 36 points, if you took 6 tricks, 49 points if took bribes 7, etc. Before the game, the players agree on the number of points that you need to score to win and the player who will score this number first, becomes the winner.