Schafkopf und Doppelkopf

Schafkopf und Doppelkopf Author Rita Danyliuk
ISBN-10 9783869102290
Release 2017-02-28
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Das Schafkopf-Spiel ist dem Doppelkopf sehr ähnlich. Es ist eines der ältesten deutschen Kartenspiele mit vielen Variationsmöglichkeiten, die immer mehr Menschen begeistern. Dieses Buch erklärt alle Regeln leicht verständlich, Tipps & Tricks inklusive.



A Field Guide to Sheepshead

A Field Guide to Sheepshead Author Erica Rosch
ISBN-10 1878569775
Release 2001-07-25
Pages 96
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A guide to the game of Sheepshead including rules, strategies, and variations of American and Bavarian Sheepshead (2-8 player versions).



Die Spielregeln f r den Deutschen Schafkopf

Die Spielregeln f  r den Deutschen Schafkopf Author Ludwig Strobl
ISBN-10 9783837049732
Release 2009
Pages 68
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Hoyle s Rules of Games Descriptions of Indoor Games of Skill and Chance with Advice on Skillful Play

Hoyle s Rules of Games   Descriptions of Indoor Games of Skill and Chance  with Advice on Skillful Play Author Albert Morehead,
ISBN-10 9781447482611
Release 2013-04-16
Pages 238
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A well written and easy to follow guide to over 100 card and parlour games. Including all the rules and how best to beat your opponents. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.



Hoyle s Rules of Games

Hoyle s Rules of Games Author Albert H. Morehead
ISBN-10 9781101100233
Release 2001-12-01
Pages 384
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In 1742, Edmond Hoyle published the definitive book on the popular game of his day, whist. Games evolve with time, just as whist gave rise to contract bridge. However, more than 250 years later, Hoyle’s is still the definitive name when it comes to the rules of the game—whether it’s bridge, backgammon, Scrabble® or Blackjack. The game player’s basic reference, this handy guide has now been updated and expanded and includes rules, strategies, and odds for over 250 games, from including such favorites as: * Scrabble® * Canasta * Contract Bridge * Gin Rummy * Chess * Backgammon * Solitaire games: Nestor, Pounce, Pyramid, and Russian Bank * Poker variations: Anaconda, Blind Tiger, and Hold ’em * Children’s games: Beggar-your-neighbor, Memory, and Slapjack * Computer games: Minesweeper and Freecell * And more Learn how to play, sharpen your strategy, and settle disputes—with this newest edition of the classic reference guide.



Schafkopf

Schafkopf Author Günter Marwitz
ISBN-10 3940163198
Release 2009
Pages 195
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Fr nkisch Schafkopf

Fr  nkisch Schafkopf Author Petra Kirsch
ISBN-10 9783863584061
Release 2014
Pages 208
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Ulrich Jakobsohn, exzessiver Musikhörer mit einem Faible für junge Thailänderinnen, wird in seiner Wohnung tot aufgefunden. Eigentlich ein klarer Fall: Der Mörder sitzt noch neben ihm, bewusstlos, die Tatwaffe in der Hand. Doch erstens hält Paula Steiner nichts von simplen Lösungen, und zweitens ist der Tatverdächtige ihr Kollege Heinrich Bartels. Wie ist Heinrich in diese Lage geraten, und vor allem: Wer ist der wahre Täter? Petra Kirsch, im oberbayerischen Wintershof bei Eichstätt geboren, ist promovierte Literaturwissenschaftlerin. Nach ihrem Studium in München war sie zunächst als Lokalreporterin und Redakteurin bei Presse und Funk tätig, schließlich als Textchefin und Pressesprecherin. Heute lebt die Autorin und Dozentin in Nürnberg.



Wahrscheinlichkeiten beim Schafkopf

Wahrscheinlichkeiten beim Schafkopf Author Anonym
ISBN-10 9783656020899
Release 2011
Pages 28
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Facharbeit (Schule) aus dem Jahr 2006 im Fachbereich Mathematik - Stochastik, Note: 1,0 (15 Punkte), Veranstaltung: Mathematik Leistungskurs, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Schafkopf" ist eines der altesten bekannten Kartenspiele und erfreut sich insbesondere im suddeutschen Raum einer grossen Beliebtheit. Wie die meisten anderen Kartenspiele stellt es eine Kombination aus Glucks- und Strategiespiel dar. Ublicherweise verlassen sich Schafkopfspieler bei Ihren Entscheidungen sowohl auf Erfahrungen aus vergangenen Spielen als auch auf Ihre Intuition. Erfolgreiche Spieler mussen daruber hinaus die moglichen Konsequenzen fur die noch verbleibenden Durchgange antizipieren. In der Regel haben die Teilnehmer dabei jedoch keine Kenntnis uber Ihre tatsachliche Gewinnwahrscheinlichkeit. Ziel dieser Arbeit ist daher, das Schafkopfspiel aus einer wahrscheinlichkeitstheoretischen Perspektive zu beleuchten. Nach einem kurzen Uberblick zu den wichtigsten Spielregeln erfolgt zunachst eine kombinatorische Betrachtung der moglichen Kartenverteilungen. Darauf aufbauend wird anschliessend die Wahrscheinlichkeitsverteilung fur die Anzahl der erhaltenen Trumpfe berechnet. Mithilfe eines selbst durchgefuhrten Experiments wird zudem der Zusammenhang zwischen Wahrscheinlichkeit und relativer Haufigkeit dargestellt. Im anschliessenden Kapitel wird mit Methoden der Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung die optimale Entscheidung in unterschiedlichen Spielsituationen aufgezeigt, bevor die Arbeit mit einem Schlusswort abschliesst."



Stichspiel

Stichspiel Author Quelle: Wikipedia
ISBN-10 1158844093
Release 2011-08
Pages 184
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Dieser Inhalt ist eine Zusammensetzung von Artikeln aus der frei verf gbaren Wikipedia-Enzyklop die. Seiten: 183. Nicht dargestellt. Kapitel: Bridge, Skat, Jass, K nigrufen, Doppelkopf, Schafkopf, Royal-Tarock, Doppelkopf Sonderregeln, Watten, Tichu, Troccas, Mucken, Binokel, Sechsundsechzig, Bauernschnapsen, Cego, Bayerisches Tarock, Franz sisches Tarock, Gaigel, Sheepshead, Troggu, Klammern, Whist, Spades, Zwanzigerrufen, Tapp-Tarock, Mulatschak, Deutscher Schafkopf, Brixentaler Bauerntarock, Euchre, Sechsundf nfzig, cart, Hearts, Russisches Schnapsen, Grasobern, Kaisern, Chratze, Wallachen, Trappola, Ungarisches Tarock, Wendischer Schafkopf, Belote, Pr f rence, Truco, Bauerchen, Solo Whist, Dou di zhu, Stiche-Raten, Piquet, Barbu, Offiziersskat, Minchiate, Quodlibet, Rubberbridge, L'Hombre, Zwicken, Blattla, Arschloch, Pandur, Schr men, Wizard, Cosmic Eidex, Tausendundeins, Kein Stich, Tatteln, Der Gro e Dalmuti, Deutsches Solo, Tarot de Marseille, Mauscheln, Briscola, Manille, Bullshit, Zoff im Zoo, Polnische Bank, Schwarze Katze, Schnellen, B zique, Herzeln, Tippen, Pi?ti, Sticheln, Jabberwocky, Scharwenzel, Sixte, N rnberger Dreck, Neunzehnerrufen, Bierlachs, Oma-Skat, Kuku, Marjapussi, Br us. Auszug: K nigrufen (auch: K nigsrufen) ist ein in sterreich und S dtirol gepflegtes Kartenspiel f r vier Spieler aus der Tarock-Familie. Von seinen Spielern wird es meist einfach Tarock" genannt. Der Name des Spiels beschreibt die Praxis bei den grundlegendsten Spielansagen, durch das Nennen eines bestimmten K nigs dessen Inhaber als Partner zu erw hlen. K nigrufen zeichnet sich durch eine im Vergleich zu anderen Kartenspielen reiche Anzahl von Spielm glichkeiten aus. Es ist als einzige Tarockvariante in einem Gro teil sterreichs verbreitet und nach Schnapsen und Romm das am weitesten verbreitete Kartenspiel sterreichs. Zwar sind die Grundregeln des sterreichischen K nigrufens einheitlich, bei den Spielansagen und Pr mien sowie deren Bewertungen herrscht abe...



Schafkopf Doppelkopf

Schafkopf  Doppelkopf Author Claus D. Grupp
ISBN-10 3806820155
Release 1985-01
Pages 150
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Ace Ten Card Games

Ace Ten Card Games Author Source Wikipedia
ISBN-10 1230524150
Release 2013-09
Pages 58
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 57. Chapters: Jass, Schafkopf, Sheepshead, Pinochle, Bezique, Doppelkopf, Ulti, Marjapussi, Tute, Baloot, Twenty-eight, Sixty-six, Belot, Briscola, Belote, 304, Tarabish, Sueca, Clabber, Krutzjass, Zole, Pilotta, Clobyosh, Klaverjas, Coinche, Kirtik, Marjolet. Excerpt: Pinochle or Binocle (sometimes pinocle, or penuchle) is a trick-taking game typically for two to four players and played with a 48 card deck. Derived from the card game bezique, players score points by trick-taking and also by forming combinations of cards into melds. It is thus considered part of a "trick-and-meld" category which also includes a cousin, belote. Each hand is played in three phases: bidding, melds, and tricks. The standard game today is called "partnership auction pinochle." Pinochle derives from the game bezique. The French word "binocle" also meant "eyeglasses." The word is also possibly derived from the French word, "binage," for the combination of cards called "binocle." This latter pronunciation of the game would be adopted by German speakers. German immigrants brought the game to America, where it was later mispronounced and misspelled "Pinochle." Auction pinochle for three players has some similarities with the German game skat, although the bidding is more similar to that of bid whist. During World War I, the city of Syracuse, New York outlawed the playing of pinochle in a fit of anti-German sentiment. Pinochle was the favorite card game of American Jews and Irish immigrants, while skat was the preferred game of a majority of German immigrants. A pinochle deck consists of two copies of each of the 9, 10, jack, queen, king, and ace cards of all four suits, for 48 cards per deck. Aces are always considered high. Pinochle follows a nonstandard card ordering. The complete ordering from highest to lowest is A,10, K, Q, J,9. The game can also be...



Culbertson s Hoyle

Culbertson s Hoyle Author Ely Culbertson
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106007587014
Release 1950
Pages 656
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The New Complete Hoyle

The New Complete Hoyle Author Albert Hodges Morehead
ISBN-10 0385249624
Release 1991
Pages 692
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The authoritative guide to the official rules of all popular games of skill and chance, now completely revised, updated and expanded. A book that belongs in every library, right beside the dictionary, the atlas, and the encyclopedia. B & W photographs



Goren s Hoyle Encyclopedia of Games

Goren s Hoyle Encyclopedia of Games Author Charles Henry Goren
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105004500380
Release 1961
Pages 656
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A history of card games

A history of card games Author David Parlett
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105008858784
Release 1991-11
Pages 361
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Imported from the Mamluks of Egypt, card games first hit Europe around 1371 and within ten years had spread like wildfire from Spain and Italy to France and Germany. By 1420, German and Swiss cardmakers were producing packs by the thousands (first by stencil, later by metal engraving) marked with a bewildering array of suits, including hounds, bears, parrots, roses, helmets, banners, and bells. Games proliferated as well, and by 1534, Rabelais could name 35 different card games in Chapter 22 of Gargantua . Today, of course, there are thousands of games, from the universally popular Poker and Contract Bridge, to national manias such as Swiss Jass, German Skat, and French Belote. Now, in The Oxford Guide to Card Games , internationally renowned game expert David Parlett provides a fascinating historical guide to cards in Europe and America. Unlike other books, this is not primarily a book of rules or hints on how to play better, but a unique survey of where the games originated, how they have developed over time, and what their rituals and etiquette tell us about the people who play them. Parlett discusses such ancient games as Karnoffel (German for "hernia"), in which the King could be captured by cards named Pope, Kaiser, Devil, and Karnoffel (this subversive ranking was decried by civic authorities and Karnoffel was even banned in Augsburg in 1446, but it was very popular among soldiers and workers). We learn that the term "Bower" in Euchre comes from the German word Bauer ( Boer in Dutch), which means "farmer" or "Jack," and that Poker comes from the German word Pocher , which means "bash" or "pulverize" or "brag" (Poker is, as Parlett points out, ultimately a bragging game, in which players boast--or bet--that their hand is best). And we follow the rise and fall of such games as Piquet, which was once far and away the best loved game in Europe, and Canasta, which became a world-wide phenomenon in the 1950s, for a while rivaling Contract Bridge in popularity. The first book to explore the history of cards in the West, this attractively illustrated volume is both informative and entertaining. Whether your favorite game is Poker or Pinocle, Cribbage or Gin, Contract Bridge or Crazy Eights, you will find much here to fascinate and amuse.



hoyle s rules of games

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Release 1963
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Vinschgau

Vinschgau Author Rudolf Weiss
ISBN-10 3763359125
Release 2006
Pages 143
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