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Das Lehrgeld könnte nämlich sehr hoch sein! Der Anfänger sollte sich zunächst damit begnügen, ohne Grundtarife Schafkopf zu spielen — sei es im Internet oder sei es mit guten Freunden.
Dem Beginner ist jederzeit die Möglichkeit geboten, kostenlos zu schafkopfen. Wichtig ist, dass er viel spielt und aus seinen Fehlern lernt.
Denn nur, indem die blutigen Anfänger viel Schafkopf spielen, können sie auch Schafkopf lernen. If all three players pass on taking the widow, the hand is played least.
All three players play alone, with a goal of taking the fewest points possible. Whichever player takes the fewest points scores two victory points. If they captured 0 points, they score four victory points.
If two players tie, whichever one less recently took a trick wins and gets the two points. In a three-way tie, the dealer wins.
In the event that one player takes all points meaning the other two tie at 0 , that player loses four victory points and the other players do not score.
The game ends when a pre-specified number of deals take place. For the sake of fairness, every player should have dealt an equal number of times.
Whoever has the highest score at this point is the winner. An early four-player Schafkopf game that is no longer popular is known as German Schafkopf.
It is played by four players in fixed partnerships, using a pack of 32 cards. In this game all Jacks, but not the Queens, are the highest trumps.
Once all cards have been distributed, the player who holds the Jack of clubs gets to choose the trump suit and forms a partnership with the player sitting opposite.
Like most Schafkopf games, this one has numerous variants. In one variant each player announces how many trumps they would have if they could choose trumps — provided the number is at least five.
The player who announces the greatest number  chooses the trump suit. If the players lose, the game is counted twice. In another variant the Jacks and black Queens are the highest trumps.
In yet another variant diamonds are always trumps. This variant is still popular in Erfweiler Palatinate , although German Schafkopf is otherwise unknown in the area.
Bidding is restricted to those players who have at least one Jack, and a player may announce a number as low as two. Starting from the player to the dealer's left, the first player who has a Jack must bid.
The player who bids the greatest number gets to choose the trump suit. In either case the soloist's partner does not participate in the play and the soloist must win all tricks.
In the case of a minor solo the soloist and the soloist's partner each passes one card to the other — openly in case it is a Jack.
As a special case, a player who holds all four Jacks can choose only between playing a major solo and a redeal. In any case the four Jacks are the highest trumps.
In addition to the standard trick-playing rules, a player who cannot follow suit must play trump if possible. If a trick contains a Jack, a higher Jack must be played if possible according to the other rules.
Scoring is peculiar. After each play a certain number of points are scored, and the first party to score 20 wins the game.
In the first play the party that holds the Jack of clubs is privileged. In all subsequent plays the party that won the previous play is privileged.
The privileged party wins a partnership play with 42 or more card points, i. In any case a party scores 1 point for winning partner play, 2 points for winning schneider or 3 points for winning schwarz.
A minor or major solo scores 8 or 12 points, respectively. It is played by four players in fixed partnerships, sitting crosswise. Starting with the player to the dealer's left, each player must announce how many trumps they would have if they could choose trumps — provided the number is at least five and is more than any number announced before.
As a special case, a player who can announce exactly the highest number that has been announced so far must say so if it is in clubs.
If no player can announce a number, the same dealer deals again. Otherwise the last player who announced a number determines the trump suit.
This player must choose the suit with the greatest number of trumps, and must prefer clubs in case of a tie. The origin and development of the game of Schafkopf - in comparison with Skat - are rather poorly documented.
This may be due, on the one hand, to its relatively low social reputation - in the first half of the 19th century Schafkopf was regarded as a comparatively unfashionable and simple "farmer's game"  when seen against the backdrop of ever more popular card games such as German Solo or Skat , especially at the universities - and, on the other hand, to changes in concept: originally the name referred to several forerunners, located more or less in the Saxon-Thuringian area such as Wendish or German Schafkopf.
In these older variants, the declarer's team was generally determined by a combination of the two highest trump cards, in a not dissimilar manner to the way the Queens of Clubs are used in Doppelkopf today, for example.
Sheepshead should be understood as further developments of this German Schafkopf. The assumption often heard in Bavaria that Skat and Doppelkopf developed from the Bavarian Schafkopf cannot be proven; a parallel development of all three games is more likely.
The game of Schafkopf is first recorded in the s in the literature. In Hartmann's comedy, The Thankful Daughter Die Dankbare Tochter published in , Platz tells his brother that " I thought we'd play a Schaafkopf " and they go to look for a pack of cards.
The specifically Bavarian variant of the game originated with the introduction of the Rufer or 'Call Ace' contract in the first half of the 19th century - apparently in Franconia.
The first mention of a game of Schafkopf definitely played according to Bavarian rules in Gräfenberg dates to the year ;  and while Schapfkopf playing in Franconia was already widespread in the s,  in the Bavarian Forest , Tarock the Bavarian game, not the true Tarock game played in Austria was more popular.
The oldest written rules for Bavarian Schafkopf are found in Schafkopf-Büchlein - Detailliche Anleitung zum Lernen und Verbessern des Schafkopfspiel mit deutschen Karten , Amberg ;  where the author explicitly explains the differences from Schafkopf variants played in northern Germany, i.
Skat and Doppelkopf. The aim of the game is to score a set number of points by taking tricks. Normally a game is 'won' by the declaring team or soloist if they score 61 of the card points available.
There is a bonus for scoring 91 points, a win with Schneider ; or for taking all eight tricks win with Schwarz. At 31 card points the declarer's team or soloist are Schneider free Schneider frei.
For the defending team, by contrast, the game is 'won' with only 60 points, won with Schneider with 90 points and they are Schneider free with 30 points.
In Schafkopf players must follow suit Farbzwang. If they are unable to do so, they can either play a trump or any other card no Trumpfzwang  , while Hearts are counted as trumps, not as a plain suit, as long as its trump status is not changed by a particular contract such as Solo or Wenz.
In Germany , Schafkopf is not deemed a gambling game and can therefore be legally played for money. Especially in Bavaria it is normally played for small amounts of money to make it more interesting and the players more focused.
Normal rates are 10 Euro cents for normal and 50 for solo games. Schafkopf is a four-handed game played, in Bavaria, using a Bavarian pattern pack, a variant of the German suited deck , and, in Franconia , with the related Franconian pattern pack.
In parts of eastern Bavarian the Upper Palatinate and Upper Franconia the 'short cards' or 'short deck' of 24 cards minus the Eights and Sevens or of 20 cards minus Nines, Eights and Sevens is preferred, which gives each player a hand of six or five cards respectively.
This variant is sold in packs labelled Kurze Scharfe which is a pun on scharf "sharp" and Schaf "sheep". There are eight cards in each suit with different values: Sau Sow , König King , Ober officer , Unter sergeant , 10, 9, 8 and 7.
The cards of any one suit have a collective value of 30 points; thus there are points to be played for in the pack.
Nines, eights and sevens have a value of 0 points and are variously known as Spatzen "sparrows" , Nichtser le "nothings" or "nixers" , Leere "blanks" or Luschen "duds".
As mentioned above, eights and sevens are dropped from Schafkopf with short cards. The rules are based on these variations of the game; they are universally known and are usually the only ones permitted at Schafkopf tournaments.
It is often referred to as true reiner Schafkopf. In addition, there is a whole range of additional contract options, often of only regional significance, the most important of which are described in the section Additional contracts.
Next are the four Unters in the same suit order; then follow the remaining Hearts cards - in the order Sow, Ten, King, Nine, Eight, Seven - as lower trumps, making a total of 14 trump cards.
All other cards are simply suit cards. Two players play against the other two. The bidder announces a Rufspiel ; if no other players bid a higher-value Solo contract, the declarer chooses his playing partner by "calling" any of the three suit Sows i.
He must have at least one card in the same suit as the called Sow. The declarer and the owner of the called Sow then play together and form the declarer's team, the other two are the defenders team.
The tricks won by the partners in each team are added together at the end of the hand. If he chooses not to play defensive then he says "Weiter" "onwards", "go ahead" , which gives the next clock-wise player the chance to announce a game.
The declared trump suit in suit solos has no impact on precedence of play. If two players both want to play the same mode, the player who declared first has priority.
If none of the four players wants to announce a game, all cards are thrown together and shuffled again see below.
If a player declares intention to play and mode of choice , play commences by the player to the left of the dealer playing the first card, face up.
The other players play one card each, clock-wise following the led suit if they have it. If a trump card is led, then players must follow by playing trump if they have it again: heart is normally trump, not a suit!
The player who plays the highest card see "Card Order" above takes the trick and receives all points of the four cards in that trick.
He then leads the next trick by playing another card. When all tricks are taken, the points of each team's accumulated tricks are totaled.
The offensive team player plus partner, or the solo player must have more than half the total point count, i. This means that the defensive team needs only 60 points to win.
A round where the offensive team or solo player takes more than 90 points is called "Schneider" tailor , and has greater value.
The basic and most common contract in Bavarian Schafkopf is one in which the bidder calls an ace, whose holder becomes his partner.
The aces in the Bavarian pack are known as Säue - sows - hence the name of the site. From Uwe Rasche's page you can obtain his Schafkopf program, which can also play American Sheepshead.