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Skat card game is one of the most played games in central Europe, the national card of the German-speaking regions. It appeared in the early of the 19th century, and since then it has spread widely. The game is based on Schafkopf, Ombre (bidding) and Tarock (remaining cards). It is a very deep and interesting trick taking game for three players. Let’s play Skat online, this famous and classic game!

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Some facts about Skat

  • The first book on the rules was published in 1848 by a secondary school teacher J. F. L. Hempel.
  • Altenburg is still considered the home of the game.
  • Some cards have point values, and the total number of card points in the pack is 120.
  • The declarer wins if he has taken at least 61 card points,
  • The game is played by about 20 million people.
  • It is played seriously in clubs, at tournaments.
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