Bid Euchre, Auction Euchre, Pepper or Hasenpfeffer, is the name given to a group of card games played in North America based on the game Euchre. It introduces an element of bidding in which the trump suit is decided by which player can bid to take the most tricks. The primary differences are the number of cards dealt, absence of any undealt cards, the bidding and scoring process, and the addition of a no trump declaration. It is typically a partnership game for four players, played with a 24, 32 or 36-card pack, or even two decks of 24 cards each. It should not be confused with another game also called Bid Euchre q.v. Five Hundred.

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  • Bid Euchre, Auction Euchre, Pepper or Hasenpfeffer, is the name given to a group of card games played in North America based on the game Euchre. It introduces an element of bidding in which the trump suit is decided by which player can bid to take the most tricks. The primary differences are the number of cards dealt, absence of any undealt cards, the bidding and scoring process, and the addition of a no trump declaration. It is typically a partnership game for four players, played with a 24, 32 or 36-card pack, or even two decks of 24 cards each. It should not be confused with another game also called Bid Euchre q.v. Five Hundred. (en)
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  • Hoss, Pfeffer, Indiana Double Deck (en)
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  • Clockwise (en)
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  • Low - Medium (en)
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  • Tactics & Strategy (en)
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  • Bid Euchre (en)
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  • Bid Euchre, Auction Euchre, Pepper or Hasenpfeffer, is the name given to a group of card games played in North America based on the game Euchre. It introduces an element of bidding in which the trump suit is decided by which player can bid to take the most tricks. The primary differences are the number of cards dealt, absence of any undealt cards, the bidding and scoring process, and the addition of a no trump declaration. It is typically a partnership game for four players, played with a 24, 32 or 36-card pack, or even two decks of 24 cards each. It should not be confused with another game also called Bid Euchre q.v. Five Hundred. (en)
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  • Bid Euchre (en)
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