Number of decks: 1
Number of cards in the deck: 48
Number of players: 2
Card seniority: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, B, D, C, T.
The aim of the game is to be the first to score 50 or more points.
Game rules. The rules of this game are described on the basis of Dan Vetter data. The game is for two players with a deck, from which removed all the deuces. The first deliverer is determined by lot, in the following games, players hand over cards in turn. The deck is carefully shuffled and the cards are dealt in 8 closed stacks of cards 6 in each, where 4 stacks are arranged in a row near one player and the other 4 stacks are arranged in a row near another player. Each player must take one pile to look at the cards and put back. It is allowed to watch only once each pile. Then the deliverer takes the deuces, shuffles them and removes the top card, which suit the deuce will be, that suit becomes a trump for the game. After that, each of the players takes any one of their stacks of cards and plays them. The first move in the game belongs to the opponent deliverer. The player can enter from any of his cards, and his opponent must put a card of the same suit, if there is no card of this suit, then he can put any card. Two laid out cards form a bribe, which is taken by the player who put the highest card in suit or trump. Thus, players play 3 bribes. The remaining 3 cards are put back in their place in the stack and players take on another stack of cards and again the players have 6 cards in their hands. Then the players again play 3 bribes, put the cards back and take new stacks of cards. Thus, the game continues until only 12 bribes are played, after which the players count points. For each bribe taken, the player is awarded one point. The first player to score 50 or more points is the winner.
Note. There is a change in the rules of the game, when before taking the third stack of cards, the handler takes a stack with three remaining deuces, removes the top card and the suit of this deuce will be a trump for the period of drawing the remaining 6 bribes.