Matzlfangen is a traditional point-trick, card game for 4 players that originated in the Austro-Bavarian region nearly 200 years ago. It is still played in a few places today. The game is named after the Ten or Matzl, which plays a key role.

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  • Matzlfangen is a traditional point-trick, card game for 4 players that originated in the Austro-Bavarian region nearly 200 years ago. It is still played in a few places today. The game is named after the Ten or Matzl, which plays a key role. (en)
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  • A 10 O U 9 8 7 (en)
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  • The Matzln in a William Tell pack (en)
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  • File:William Tell pattern-Matzen.jpg (en)
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  • Clockwise (en)
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  • Matzlfangen (en)
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  • Matzlfangen is a traditional point-trick, card game for 4 players that originated in the Austro-Bavarian region nearly 200 years ago. It is still played in a few places today. The game is named after the Ten or Matzl, which plays a key role. (en)
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  • Matzlfangen (en)
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