Trischettn or Treschetten is an historical card game from the South Tyrol for two players. The game is clearly an Austrian variant of Tresette, the major differences being that it is played with a 32-card, German-suited pack rather than a 40-card Italian pack, resulting in a different card ranking, the Tens and Nines becoming the highest rankers in each suit. It also features points for declaring certain combinations such as four Nines. The game is played for 31 points. It used to be one of the three most common card games in South Tyrol, along with Stichwatten and Labbieten, but is threatened with extinction today.

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  • Trischettn or Treschetten is an historical card game from the South Tyrol for two players. The game is clearly an Austrian variant of Tresette, the major differences being that it is played with a 32-card, German-suited pack rather than a 40-card Italian pack, resulting in a different card ranking, the Tens and Nines becoming the highest rankers in each suit. It also features points for declaring certain combinations such as four Nines. The game is played for 31 points. It used to be one of the three most common card games in South Tyrol, along with Stichwatten and Labbieten, but is threatened with extinction today. (en)
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  • Treschetten (en)
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  • 109 (xsd:integer)
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  • Tresette group (en)
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  • The highest ranking Leaves in Trischettn (en)
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  • File:Salzburg pack-highest ranking Leaves in Trischettn.jpg (en)
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  • 32 (xsd:integer)
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  • South Tyrol, Italy (en)
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  • Counter-clockwise (en)
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  • 2 (xsd:integer)
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  • 1500.0
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  • Medium (en)
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  • Tresette, Pollack, Quatre Septs (en)
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  • Tactics (en)
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  • Trischettn (en)
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  • Trischettn or Treschetten is an historical card game from the South Tyrol for two players. The game is clearly an Austrian variant of Tresette, the major differences being that it is played with a 32-card, German-suited pack rather than a 40-card Italian pack, resulting in a different card ranking, the Tens and Nines becoming the highest rankers in each suit. It also features points for declaring certain combinations such as four Nines. The game is played for 31 points. It used to be one of the three most common card games in South Tyrol, along with Stichwatten and Labbieten, but is threatened with extinction today. (en)
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  • Trischettn (en)
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