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Tens are low. The Jacks or Wenzels are the highest members of the trump suit, ranking clubs, spades, hearts and diamonds in descending order. A Jack is not part of its natural suit unless this happens to be the trump suit. Each of the four players receives 5 cards in batches of 2 and 3. The remaining 4 cards are not usually part of the game, except for the first of them, which is turned face-up to determine the preferred trump suit.

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  • Tens are low. The Jacks or Wenzels are the highest members of the trump suit, ranking clubs, spades, hearts and diamonds in descending order. A Jack is not part of its natural suit unless this happens to be the trump suit. Each of the four players receives 5 cards in batches of 2 and 3. The remaining 4 cards are not usually part of the game, except for the first of them, which is turned face-up to determine the preferred trump suit.
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  • Tens are low. The Jacks or Wenzels are the highest members of the trump suit, ranking clubs, spades, hearts and diamonds in descending order. A Jack is not part of its natural suit unless this happens to be the trump suit. Each of the four players receives 5 cards in batches of 2 and 3. The remaining 4 cards are not usually part of the game, except for the first of them, which is turned face-up to determine the preferred trump suit. Starting with eldest hand, each player gets the chance to become soloist with the preferred suit as trumps. A player who accepts takes the turn-up card and discards a different card instead. If everybody passes, there is a second round in which each player gets the chance to become soloist with a different suit (and without exchanging the turn-up card). In the second round, eldest hand is the only player who is allowed to do this with the preferred suit. If the second round fails as well, the game is not played and the next dealer deals. The standard rules of trick-play as in Whist apply. Eldest hand leads to the first trick. Suit must be followed. The player who played the highest trump, or the highest card of the suit led, wins the trick and leads to the next. To win the game one must win 3 tricks. To make sure that there is always a winner, it is also enough to be the first player to win 2 tricks, so long as the other tricks do not all fall to the same player.
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