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Dummett records an intermediate variant published in The rules are as for Huber above with the following exceptions: . Since the Second World War , a more complex variant has emerged, which is described in numerous publications.
This is referred to by Dummett as Haferltarock, although the term has been used since at least the s. Preparation and dealing is as above except that players contribute an agreed amount such as 50 cents to the Haferl "pot".
The dealer then deals four cards to each player, then three cards, then three to the stock and finally a further four cards to each player.
Players pick up their hands and bidding proceeds clockwise, commencing with forehand. Each player may "pass" Ich passe or announce the minimum legal contract.
The first positive bid is announced by "play" or "I'll play" Ich spiele which is an offer to play the lowest contract, known as an Aufnahmespiel or "Pick-Up".
This may be outbid by a subsequent player announcing "I'll play too" Ich spiele auch , which is an offer to play a Handspiel or "Hand" contract.
The earlier bidder may bow out by saying "pass" or hold by saying "I'll play on" or "I'm playing first" Ich spiele vorn. Bidding passes back and forth between the first two players to announce a bid until one of them passes.
Only then may the third player enter the bidding by announcing a higher bid than the highest to that point. The added complexity of this modern variant is the ability to bid still higher.
Essentially, once a Hand contract is bid; bidding may continue in steps of five. For example, a player may say "And five" Fünf mehr , which means that 66 points is the target needed to win.
His opponent may outbid this with "And ten" Zehn mehr , setting 71 points as the target. This continues until one of the players passes.
Play is clockwise as before. Other trumps can be discarded only if the declarer has no other choice, and is thereby left with nothing but kings and trumps.
If any trumps are discarded they must be placed face up; other cards are discarded face down. By far the commonest contract is unul de doi , for which the procedure is as follows.
After calling a king, you look at the top two cards of the talon, keeping them separate from your hand. If you like these cards you can add them to your hand and discard two; the remaining four talon cards are placed face down to dealer's right; they will not be seen until the end of the play.
In this case you are playing at the first level. Alternatively you can place the first two talon cards face up on the table for all to see, and look at the next two talon cards, again keeping them separate from your hand.
If you decide to add these two cards to your hand and discard two you are playing at the second level ; the two cards you rejected and the two unseen cards are placed to dealer's right, the rejected cards remaining face up.
If you reject the second two talon cards, placing them face up on the table, you then draw the last two, and if you add them to your hand and discard two you are playing at the third level ; the four rejected cards are placed face up to dealer's right.
Having looked at the last two talon cards you may choose to place these face up on the table as well; you can then go back and take either the first two cards, playing at the fourth level , or the second two, playing at the fifth level.
In either case the other four cards are placed face up to the dealer's right and you discard two cards as usual.
If the contract is al doilea de doi second two , the procedure is similar, except that the talon is arranged in three pairs of cards and you look first at the second pair playing at the second level if you take them , then at the last pair and finally at the pair that was originally on top of the talon.
Having exposed all these you can go back to the second or third pair. The level increases by one at each stage, so that for example, by the time you look at the top pair you are at the fourth level, and if having done that you go back to the bottom pair you are at the sixth level.
In al treilea de doi third two you look first at the bottom two cards of the talon level three , then the top two level four , then the second two level five , and having exposed them all you can go back to the bottom two level six or top two level seven.
The method of taking a card from the talon in unu is similar: in unul de unu first one you can play at the first level if you just take the top card, or get as high as the eleventh level by going through the whole talon one card at a time and then returning to the fifth card.
If you play al treilea de unu third one you could in theory get as high as the thirteenth level, where you look at the whole talon, starting with the third card, and finally return to the top card.
However, it is inconceivable that the bidding would reach this level in a real game. Whatever type of unu is played, the declarer discards one card and the remaining five cards of the talon are placed to dealer's right, any that declarer exposed remaining face up.
If the declarer finds the called king in the talon, the declarer has the option of giving up without play, and paying the other three players for a lost game.
After the declarer has called a king and if the contract requires it drawn cards from the talon and discarded, there is a round of announcements, which will be explained later, and then the play begins.
No matter who is declarer, the player to dealer's right leads to the first trick. If a suit is led, players must follow with a card of the same suit if they can.
A player who has no card of the suit led must play a tarok if possible. A player who has no cards of the suit led and no tarok may play any card.
When a tarok is led the other players must play a tarok if they can, if not they may play anything. A trick is won by the highest tarok played to it, or if it contains no tarok, by the highest card of the suit led.
The winner of a trick leads to the next. The players keep the tricks they have won face down in front of themselves. One convention is in general use during the play, especially by the declarer's team.
To lead a small tarok - lower than X - indicates to your partner that you hold one of the highest trumps - skiz or luna. To lead a larger tarok - X or above - normally indicates that you hold neither of the top two and are playing your highest tarok.
This convention is not an invariable rule, and can sometimes be used deceptively by an opponent pretending to be declarer's partner.
When all twelve tricks have been played, it will be clear who were the partners. The declarer and the holder of the called king combine the cards they have won with those discarded by the declarer.
The two or three players of the opposing team combine their tricks with the unused talon cards to the right of the dealer.
Each team counts the value of the cards in the tricks they have won - there are 70 points altogether as explained above.
The declarer's team needs at least 36 points to win the 'game'. The minimum needed to win is sometimes described as '35 points plus two cards', since two low cards left over after counting in threes are worth one point.
The opponents win if they have 35 or more points. Irrespective of who wins the game, it is possible to achieve various bonuses which may be worth more than the game itself, and the value of these bonuses can be increased by announcing them before the play starts.
The possible bonuses are:. Immediately before the play begins, there is a round of announcements, which is begun by the declarer and continues anticlockwise around the table.
Tarock Königrufen wird von vier Spielern gespielt. Es ist eine Spielart bei der im Lizitationsverfahren ein Spiel aus einer Gruppe von Möglichkeiten bestimmt und dann gespielt wird.
Geschrieben werden Punkte die man auch um Geld spielen kann. Farbkarten: Stichkraft, Punkte oben. Stichkraft besteht nur bezüglich Karten der gleichen Farbe.
Beim zählen haben die Karten folgende Werte: König 5 Pkte. Basisstichregeln, Farbzwang: oben. Kann er nicht, ist er frei blank. Falls er kein Tarock in den Karten besitzt, kann er eine beliebige Farbe zugeben ohne den Stich zu machen.
Farbzwang wie beschrieben besteht immer. In negativen Spielen gilt zusätzlich auch Stichzwang. Innerhalb der Farben gilt die Stichregel von 2 , jedoch sticht jedes Tarock alle Farben.
Innerhalb der Tarock gewinnt der höchste Einzelwert 3. Die Atoutregel ist somit in jedem Spiel gleich, Tarock ist immer Trumpf bzw.
Zählen: oben. Die Basis der Gewinn bzw. Hat also ein Spieler 36 Punkte oder mehr erreicht die Hälfte plus einen , hat er das Spiel gewonnen.
Sollte Gleichstand bestehen, hat der aktive Spieler verloren. Dann nimmt man die nächsten drei Karten, verfährt genauso und addiert den Wert zu dem ersten Ergebnis, usw.
Bleiben nur mehr 2 Karten übrig wird nur 1 Punkt abgezogen, bei einer Übrigen zählt der Kartenwert direkt. Was im Ergebnis eigentlich zählt: oben.
Das eigentliche Spielergebnis, also die aufzuschreibenden Punkte werden durch Addition bzw. Subtraktion der Spiel und Ansagepunkte ermittelt. Davon später mehr.
Mischen und Geben: oben. Ein Spieler mischt und gibt. Wer beim ersten Spiel gibt, wird durch ziehen je einer Karte durch jeden Mitspieler ermittelt.
Wer den höchsten Wert zieht, beginnt. In der ersten Runde werden je 6 Karten an jeden Spieler ausgegeben, dann kommen 3 plus 3 Karten in den Talon und danach noch einmal 6 Karten an jeden Spieler.
Zuerst werden 3 plus 3 Karten in den Talon gelegt. Sagt z. Der vierte Spieler bekommt in diesem Beispiel seine Karten nämlich die vierten.
Jeder Spieler kann wenn er drankommt, wählen welche Karten noch frei sind. Beginn des Spiels oben. Nach dem Geben nehmen alle Spieler ihre Karten auf und prüfen sie.
Dann beginnt eine sogenannte Lizitation. Dann ist der nächste Spieler an der Reihe. Abhängig davon wie er seine Karten einschätzt kann er eines der Spiele z.
Bei negativen Spielen können auch mehrere Spieler die gleichen Spiele parallel spielen z. Note: If all four Players pass consecutively, with no bidding, the Players keep the cards they were dealt and Klop we'll get to that a little bit later, too is played.
Finally, the Declarer actually declares the game that will be played. This can be her final Bid, or any higher one.
Summary of the Bids :. Here are the different games of Tarock. Check your hand, determine how high each higher game is worth more points and is harder to win you're willing to Bid, and wait for your turn to Bid.
The objectives of the games vary: sometimes you want Tricks, sometimes you want Points. Klop, is available in the case where all players pass. You wouldn't actually bid Klop, but you could bid Barach, a game very similar to Klop.
And I know you haven't already forgotten about Compulsory Klop, which is played after someone is dealt a hand without any Tarocks.
Since that doesn't happen very often, discussion of Compulsory Klop is found in the section "Detailed description of the Bids.
In actual play, "Three" would be the first, possible Bid. This may seem like a whole bunch of stuff to remember, but when you think about it, Three through One Solo, the "normal" games, are basically the same game except for the number of cards you get to exchange with the Talon and whether or not you're going solo.
Calling a King :. The partnerships are sometimes not discovered until quite late in the game. It is legal to call your own King.
In this case you play on your own against the other three Players, but they will not realize at first that they are all on the same side.
This is generally not a very good idea, because playing Solo is worth 30 points more. If you have all four Kings, and declare a Three, Two or One , you would normally have no option but to call yourself.
In this case, the player who holds all the Kings is allowed to call a card of the Trula: Skeench, Mond, Pagat. If you have three Kings, and declare a Three, Two or One , you may call your King by simply saying "the fourth King", without specifying its suit.
This can make things somewhat more difficult for the opponents. You play alone if the called King happens to be in the Talon. Losing the Called King :.
Upon Calling a King , one of the team's responsibilities is to keep the King from being captured by the opponents. If the called King is captured, the team's score for the Round is decreased by 15 points.
This rule also holds true if the Called King happens to be in the Talon. Exchanging cards with the Talon :.
The Talon is now exposed in two sets of three cards, three sets of two cards, or as individual cards , depending on the Bid.
The cards can never be mixed or shuffled to create the "best" set. The Declarer chooses one of the sets and adds the cards to his hand.
The remaining Talon cards , which the Declarer does not take, are put in a face down pile off to the side for they will eventually be counted as part of the opponent's Tricks.
If a King was called, the pile of rejected Talon cards must at first be kept separate from the opponent's tricks, since some of the players do not yet know who is on which side.
After taking the chosen set of cards into his hand , the Declarer then discards the same number of cards face down into his Trick pile.
His discards will eventually be counted as part of his winnings. Note: The Declarer cannot discard any part of the Talon that he adds to his hand.
It's a good idea to discard before adding the Talon cards to your hand. Also, five-point cards Kings and cards of the Trula, the Pagat I Mond XXI and Skeench may never be discarded ; other Tarocks can be discarded freely but must be discarded face up, so that all the players know how many Tarocks are in play.