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If none of the players can declare at least five trumps, the player with the Jack of Clubs Unter of Acorns must take the lead; if he loses, it only counts as single i.
As in Bavarian Schafkopf and Doppelkopf, solo games are also possible in German Schafkopf. Here, a solo player plays against the other three players.
For each game point won, the winner draws a line on a sheet of paper. The game is won by the first player to complete draw nine dashes in the shape of a sheep's head, the Schafkopf : four dashes arranged in a rectangle form the shape of the head, two dashes form the eyes, two more the horns and a single dash in the middle represents the nose.
The game described is the earliest form of German Schafkopf. Apart from Bavarian Schafkopf and the other early variants mentioned above, further variants have been developed, some in different regions.
These include:. In an East German book of game rules  there are the following variations of German Schafkopf which appear to reflect, in part, von Alversleben's variants:.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. German Schafkopf The top trumps in the original Schafkopf game. It should not be confused with Königrufen , also known as Austrian Tarock or just Tarock.
Bavarian Tarock came from the Württemberg game of Tapp , also known as Württemberger Tarock , which arose from the desire to play Tapp Tarock without Tarock playing cards.
The game probably spread to Bavaria while it was still being played with German-suited cards i. The earliest record of its rules identified by Dummett dates to the s, where it is called Bayerisch Tarok or Sans Prendre ,   however mention is made that as early as the game was being played in Munich with a "kitty of 30 or 50 pfennigs"  and in of the "pleasant game of Haferltarock being played for a mark".
The earliest version of the game, which may still be current, involves 3 bids as in Tapp, but no payment or bidding for additional points.
Instead there are fixed payments to or from a pot. During the s, the game evolved to allow trump suits other than Hearts with a bid of Frage and also to reward the winner of a game in which the opponents were Schneider.
After the Second World War the game developed further, dropping any special status accorded to the suit of Hearts and introducing a far more elaborate auction.
The result is "quite a fine game", better than Tapp albeit further removed from the ancestral Tapp Tarock. Ludwig Thoma , the prominent German author, was an avid player of Bavarian Tarock before and during the First World War.
German playing cards are used, traditionally those of the Bavarian pattern, with the values Sow Sau to 6. The card deck has a total of 36 cards 4 suits each of 9 cards.
In Bavarian Tarock, a card's trick-taking value generally increases with its face value. The cards have the same point values as in Bavarian Schafkopf.
The 10, with ten card points, is just below the Sow Sau , [a] 11 points , but well above the King 4 , Ober 3 and Unter 2. The value of the Spatzen "sparrows" — 9 to 6 lies only in their trick-taking ability during a game, but they have no points value when calculating scores at the end of the round.
In the original game, Hearts formed the permanent trump suit unless a Solo was bid. In the later variant, Hearts are the permanent trump suit if the talon is used to replenish cards; otherwise in Hand contracts, the trumps are chosen by the declarer.
In the complex version of the game, the trump suit is chosen by the declarer; all nine cards of the chosen suit are trumps and the sequence within the trump suit is unchanged.
There are no permanent trump cards in this version, as for example, in Skat , Doppelkopf or Schafkopf. Bavarian Tarock is a game for 3 players, each of whom is dealt 11 playing cards.
Three cards lie face down in the middle of the table and are called the stock or gstaat. This is the same as the talon in many Tarock games.
If 4 players are available, the dealer sits out, so that there are 3 players and one dealer who rotates. You can download Michael Fischer's Schafkopf computer program for Windows from his Cutesoft Page.
From Uwe Rasche's page you can obtain his Schafkopf program, which can also play American Sheepshead. Schafkopfpalast is a cross-platform multiplayer Schafkopf app which allows users of Android, iOS and Facebook to play together.
The website is in German but a complete English language version is available. Despite indices, Obers and Unters also have the suit symbols in the right place up in Obers, down in Unters.
All cards are double-headed. The ace of acorns features a naked cherub sitting on a barrel hoisting a tankard, with plants that look like hops.
The ace of bells has a dog fighting a boar. The ace of leaves has a decorative cup with roses and the ace of hearts has Amor with his arrow.
Like the name says, these cards are used for Tarock and Schafkopf. For Schafkopf, though, the players need to toss away the sixes, and according to Card Games , these days many use 24 cards, which would make card Schnapsen pack more attractive for Schafkopf.
Bavarian Tarock, however, uses all 36 cards, and is a rather fine game. Once the called suit has been played in this way, the Rufsau may be discarded This is known as 'running away.
In all solo games, the soloist plays against the three other players. Solo games always rank above over Normal games.
Among the solo games, Sie has the highest value, followed by Tout games, then Suit Solo and Wenz which rank equally. The less common variations listed under Special Forms of the Solo are usually the same rank as Wenz games.
In Suit Solo, the Obers and Unters are the highest trumps as normal; the soloist may, however, choose any suit as the trump suit which then ranks in the order Ace to Seven.
In the past, a Heart Solo was sometimes ranked higher that the other Suit Solos, but that is no longer common today. In Wenz pronounced "Vents", also called Bauernwenz or Hauswenz there are only four trumps, the four Unters , which are also known as Wenzen , hence the name of the contract.
They rank in the usual order from highest to lowest: Acorns, Leaves, Hearts and Bells. The Obers are ranked in their suits between the King and the Nine.
Hearts is just a normal suit. Tout French for all, pronounced Du in Bavarian and "too" in English is a higher-value form of Solo game Suit-Solo Tout ranking higher than Wenz Tout.
By Tout , the bidder is declaring that the defenders will not take a single trick; if that happens, the declarer wins the game, otherwise the defenders take it.
A Tout is normally valued at twice the normal game value. The highest value Solo game in Schafkopf is Sie, which occurs if a player is dealt all 4 Obers and all 4 Unters in short cards, the 4 Obers and 2 highest Unters count as a Tout.
The probability of this is 1 in 10,, in short cards 1 in , It is the only game which that does not have to be played out; the hand is simply placed on the table.
It normally scores four times the basic game value. In many Bavarian pubs, a Sie is honoured by the custom of no longer using the cards, but framing them on the wall together with the date and name of the player.
The four players sit crosswise as the table. Before the game begins, the first dealer is determined, usually by drawing the highest card from the deck.
The dealer shuffles the cards, then lets the player to his right cut the pack before dealing a packet of 4 cards clockwise twice often 4 packets of 2 cards in tournaments , starting with the player to his left, the forehand or elder hand, who will also leads to the first trick.
The role of dealer rotates clockwise; four games make a 'round'. When cutting, at least three cards must be lifted or left lying; taking this rule into account, the pack may be cut up to 3 times.
In this case, the cutter may instruct the dealer to deal the cards differently - for example, "all eight" instead of 2 packets of 4, or "anti-clockwise" , etc.
Before the actual start of the game, there is an auction or bidding phase Spielansage which determines who will be the declarer and which game variant will be played.
After that, the right to bid passes to the next player in a clockwise direction, until finally the dealer gets a chance to bid.
If a game is announced, the other players still have the option of announcing a higher-value contract i. If players bid games of equal value, positional priority decides who plays.
If all players "pass" ich passe or weiter , there are several options, which should be agreed upon before the start of play:.
Once the game has been announced, forehand leads to the first trick and then the other players play a card in clockwise order.
Once there are four cards on the table, the player who has won the trick cards picks it up and places it face down in a pile on the table.
The winner of the trick leads to the next trick and so on, until all 32 cards - 8 tricks - have been played. Depending on the type of card played, a distinction is made between 'suit tricks' and 'trump tricks'.
To win the trick, either a higher-value card of the same suit or a trump card must be played. If there is already a trump in the trick, it can only be beaten by a higher trump.
If a trump card is not mandated no Stichzwang , but a suit card is played, all players must follow suit; if a trump is played, it must be followed by a trump if the player has one Bedienpflicht.
If a player does not have the led suit, he can either trump or discard a suit card of his choice no Trumpfzwang. Failure to follow suit, criticising or verbally trying to influence the game generally results in the loss of the game.
If a trick is not yet completed i. After the game is over and the card points are counted, the game is scored. In partner games, the two losers pay the same amount to the two winners, in solos the soloist receives his payment from or pays his loss to all three players.
Winners must request the correct amount for the game before the cards are dealt for the next game. If the winner overclaims, then twice the difference can be recouped by the losing team if the rules are applied strictly.
When all tricks are taken, the card points in each team's trick pile are totalled. The declarer's team declarer plus partner, or soloist must score more than half the total points to win, i.
This means that the defenders only need 60 points to win. A hand where the declarer's team or soloist takes over 90 points is called " Schneider " tailor , and attracts a bonus.
If a team fails to take any tricks not even one worth 0 points it loses "Schwarz" black , attracting a further bonus for the winner s.