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Tippen, also known as Dreiblatt or Zwicken, is a historical German 3-card plain-trick game and was a popular gambling game for three or more players. In Denmark essentially the same game was known as Trekort. The game was described in 19th century anthologies and encyclopedias but appears related to Loo, which was already described in the 18th century. In some locations the game was illegal.

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  • Tippen, Dreiblatt oder Zwicken (vgl. hier) ist ein dem Mauscheln ähnliches Karten-Glücksspiel, das früher in Deutschland und den Ländern Österreich-Ungarns weit verbreitet war. Weitere Namen des Spieles sind Labet (von frz. la bête), Pochen – allerdings nicht zu verwechseln mit dem gleichnamigen Vorläufer des Pokerspiels (vgl. Poch) – und Kleinpréférence (vgl. Préférence). Ein dem Tippen ähnliches Spiel ist das in Großbritannien und den USA beheimatete Loo.
  • Tippen, also known as Dreiblatt or Zwicken, is a historical German 3-card plain-trick game and was a popular gambling game for three or more players. In Denmark essentially the same game was known as Trekort. The game was described in 19th century anthologies and encyclopedias but appears related to Loo, which was already described in the 18th century. In some locations the game was illegal.
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  • Tippen, Dreiblatt oder Zwicken (vgl. hier) ist ein dem Mauscheln ähnliches Karten-Glücksspiel, das früher in Deutschland und den Ländern Österreich-Ungarns weit verbreitet war. Weitere Namen des Spieles sind Labet (von frz. la bête), Pochen – allerdings nicht zu verwechseln mit dem gleichnamigen Vorläufer des Pokerspiels (vgl. Poch) – und Kleinpréférence (vgl. Préférence). Ein dem Tippen ähnliches Spiel ist das in Großbritannien und den USA beheimatete Loo.
  • Tippen, also known as Dreiblatt or Zwicken, is a historical German 3-card plain-trick game and was a popular gambling game for three or more players. In Denmark essentially the same game was known as Trekort. The game was described in 19th century anthologies and encyclopedias but appears related to Loo, which was already described in the 18th century. In some locations the game was illegal.
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