Parcellus

Number of decks: 1
Number of cards in the deck: 24
Number of players: 3
The seniority of cards: 9, 10, In, D, K, T.
The aim of the game is to be the first to score 30 or more points.
Game rules. The game is played by 3 players. The first deliverer in the game is determined by lot, in the following games, players hand over cards in turn clockwise. The deck is carefully shuffled by the deliverer and each player is dealt 6 cards, the remaining 6 cards are placed in a closed form in a stack in the center of the table and are a reserve. Players take their cards and watch them. Each player chooses three cards from his hands and gives them to the player to his left. Players must first select three cards, and only then receive these cards from neighboring players. After that, the sender removes the top card from the reserve and puts it next to it in the clear. The first move in the game belongs to the player to the left of the deliverer. The player can either put a card of the higher value and suit of the same color over the open card on his turn or skip the move. Then the move moves to the next player clockwise. If the top card is an ACE, then you can put a nine on the ACE. Thus, the game is played until all three players miss a turn. As soon as this happened, the last player who missed a move, takes all the laid out open cards, puts them next to him in a closed form, removes the top card from the reserve and puts it in the open form in place of the taken cards, after which the move goes to the next player clockwise. If the player runs out of cards, he leaves the game. Each card is worth one point, except Jack of hearts, which is worth 3 points. The player who takes the most cards after everyone has missed a turn (for one round of the draw) gets a bonus of 6 points. If it will be two or even three players, then this bonus is divided equally between all players. The game goes up to 30 points. Sometimes, to collect them players need to play a few games. The first player to score 30 or more points is the winner.