Bauerchen, also Bauerchens, Bauersche or Bauersches, is a trick-taking card game of the Ace-Ten family that is played in the Palatinate region of Germany, especially around the city of Kaiserslautern.It is often played during leisure times as an alternative to well known games such as Schafkopf or Skat. Regular Bauerchen tournaments also take place. The game is named after its four permanent trumps or "Bowers" (Bauer).

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  • Bauerchen, also Bauerchens, Bauersche or Bauersches, is a trick-taking card game of the Ace-Ten family that is played in the Palatinate region of Germany, especially around the city of Kaiserslautern.It is often played during leisure times as an alternative to well known games such as Schafkopf or Skat. Regular Bauerchen tournaments also take place. The game is named after its four permanent trumps or "Bowers" (Bauer). (en)
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  • A K Q 10-7 (en)
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  • French pack (en)
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  • The 4 permanent trumps (en)
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  • Bauerchen (en)
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  • Bauerchen, also Bauerchens, Bauersche or Bauersches, is a trick-taking card game of the Ace-Ten family that is played in the Palatinate region of Germany, especially around the city of Kaiserslautern.It is often played during leisure times as an alternative to well known games such as Schafkopf or Skat. Regular Bauerchen tournaments also take place. The game is named after its four permanent trumps or "Bowers" (Bauer). (en)
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  • Bauerchen (en)
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