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Stammtisch Skat (Windows)

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Stammtisch Skat is a simulation of the card game skat. The principle: the game is usually played with three persons. Two of the players are playing against a single one, but are not allowed to communicate. Each card has a value and one suit is called "Trumpf". In every round each player loses one of his cards and the one who played the "Trumpf" card with the highest value gets all the played cards. If no "Trumpf" is played, the highest value wins. At the end each player counts the value of his cards. The goal for the single player is to get more points than the other two combined.

Stammtisch Skat only features the official rules of the German Skat Association with two exceptions: Kontra and Re can be optional activated and if everyone passes "Ramsch" gets played. "Ramsch" is a variant where only the regular "Trümpfe" count and the goal is to have as little points as possible. The game can be played directly from CD.

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PC Player (Germany) May, 1999 21 out of 100 21
PC Games (Germany) May, 1999 19 out of 100 19

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Patrick Bregger (116270) added Stammtisch Skat (Windows) on Jul 15, 2009