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Officers' Skat (Offiziersskat), is a trick-taking card game for two players which is based on the rules of Skat. It may be played with a German or French pack of 32 cards which, from the outset of the game, are laid out in rows both face down and face up. As in Skat, tricks are taken and card points counted to determine the winner of a round; game points are then awarded to decide the winner of a game. It is also called Two-hand Skat (Zweimann-Skat or Skat zu zweit), Sailors' Skat (Seemannsskat), Farmers' Skat (Bauernskat), Robbers' Skat (Räuberskat) or Coachmen's Skat (Kutscherskat)

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  • Officers' Skat (Offiziersskat), is a trick-taking card game for two players which is based on the rules of Skat. It may be played with a German or French pack of 32 cards which, from the outset of the game, are laid out in rows both face down and face up. As in Skat, tricks are taken and card points counted to determine the winner of a round; game points are then awarded to decide the winner of a game. It is also called Two-hand Skat (Zweimann-Skat or Skat zu zweit), Sailors' Skat (Seemannsskat), Farmers' Skat (Bauernskat), Robbers' Skat (Räuberskat) or Coachmen's Skat (Kutscherskat) There are several local variations of the card game, which differ mainly in the number of cards revealed or hidden and the calculation of points. (en)
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  • D K O U 10 9 8 7 (en)
  • D 10 K O 9 8 7 (en)
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  • German or French (en)
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  • The top trump: the Unter of Acorns (en)
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  • Saxonian Deck - Acorns - Unter.jpg (en)
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  • 32 (xsd:integer)
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  • Alternate (en)
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  • 2 (xsd:integer)
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  • 7 (xsd:integer)
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  • Officers' Skat (en)
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  • Officers' Skat (Offiziersskat), is a trick-taking card game for two players which is based on the rules of Skat. It may be played with a German or French pack of 32 cards which, from the outset of the game, are laid out in rows both face down and face up. As in Skat, tricks are taken and card points counted to determine the winner of a round; game points are then awarded to decide the winner of a game. It is also called Two-hand Skat (Zweimann-Skat or Skat zu zweit), Sailors' Skat (Seemannsskat), Farmers' Skat (Bauernskat), Robbers' Skat (Räuberskat) or Coachmen's Skat (Kutscherskat) (en)
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  • Offiziersskat (de)
  • Officers' Skat (en)
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