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BEZIQUE FOR THREE PLAYERS

is played with three packs of cards, and the poker players compete all against all. The play is the same as in the parent game with the addition of a score of 1,500 points for triple bezique.

BEZIQUE FOR FOUR PLAYERS

is played with six packs of cards, or 192 cards in all.  Two play in partnership against the other two.


            The dealer places twenty-four cards face downwards in a pile on the table, and on this he places a marker so that the players will be warned when the stock is nearing exhaustion.  He deals nine cards to each of the four players and places the remainder of the pack (132 cards in all ) face downwards on top of the marker.
            In general, the play follows that described under rubicon bezique (above) but there are some differences in the scoring and in declaring.
           
            Carte Blanche = 100 points.
            Double Carte Blanche = 500.  Both partners being dealt hands without a court card.
            Quintuple Bezique = 13,500 points.  Five Q ♠ and J (or Q ♣ and J ♥ if either Spades or Diamonds are trumps).
            Sextuple Bezique is so unlikely that no score has been allotted to it.  should it occur, the correct score is 40,500 points.
            Any Four Aces = 1,000 points.
            Any Four Tens = 900 points.
            Any Four Kings = 800 points.
            Any Four Queens = 900 points.
            Any Four Jacks  = 400 points.
            The game bonus is 1,000 points, the rubicon 2,500 points and brusque are disregarded.

           

In all other essentials the scoring is the same as in rubicon bezique.  The partnership principle, however, introduces two new features in the methods of declaring combinations.  First, after winning a trick, a player may either declare or leave it to his partner to do so.  Secondly, a player may declare a combination either with his own cards (including those on the table already declared +by him) or with one or more of his own cards and one or more of his partner’s declared cards.  Indeed, since a player holds only nine cards, quintuple bezique (and sextuple bezique if it occurs) can only be declared with the help of partner.
            The player on the left of the dealer leads to the first trick.
            Beyond these additions, the play follows that of rubicon bezique.

SIX-PACK BEZIQUE, sometimes, but rarely, known as Chinese Bezique, is a game for two players, and generally considered the most popular poker variation of the family.  Sir Winston Churchill was a keen player and an able exponent of the game.
            Six packs are shuffled together and both players lift a part of the pack and show the bottom cards to determine choice of seat and deal.  The one who shows the higher card has the choice of seat and deal.  The one who shows the higher card has the choice, and would be advised to pass the deal to his opponent because there is a slight disadvantage in dealing.  If equal cards are shown the players cut again.


            The dealer takes a number of cards at random off the top of pack, and the non-dealer estimates how many have been taken.  If his estimate proves correct he scores 150 points.  The dealer deals twelve cards, one by one, to his opponent and himself, and scores 250 points if he has taken exactly twenty-four cards from the top of the pack.

            There is no turn-up to determine the trump suit.  It is determined, as in rubicon bezique (above), by the first declared marriage or sequence by either player.
            The declarations are scored for as follows:
Sequence in Trumps = 250 points.
Sequence in a Plain Suit = 150 points.
Royal Marriage =  40 points.
Common Marriage = 20 points.
Bezique = 40 points    /                                     If Spades are trumps Bezique is Q ♠ and J ; if Diamonds are trumps Q and J ♠ ; if Hearts trumps Q ♥ and J ♣; and if Clubs are trumps Q ♣ and J ♥.
Double Bezique = 500 points.
Triple Bezique = 1,500 points.
Quadruple Bezique = 4,500 points.
Four Aces in Trumps = 1,000 points.
Four Tens in Trumps = 900 points.
Four Kings in Trumps = 800 points.
Four Queens in Trumps =  900 points.
Any Four Aces = 100 points.
Any Four Kings =80 points.
Any Four Queens = 60 points.
Any Four Jacks = 40 points.
Carte Blanche = 250 points.

            The non-dealer leads to the first trick.  It is not compulsory to follow suit, and the card that is led holds the trick unless a higher card of the same suit is played or a trump is played to the lead of a plain suit.  As points are not scored for brusque, nor for winning poker tricks, the tricks are not gathered and turned but left face upwards on the table in a pile.  The winner of a trick may score for a declaration.  He takes the top card of the stock (the loser takes the next card of the stock) and leads to the next trick.


            A declaration is made by placing the appropriate cards face upwards on the table. They are left there are available for play as though in the hand of the player.  Declarations are scored when made, and the same card may be counted in a declaration more than once.
            No declaration may be made after the last two cards of the stock have been drawn.  The players then pick up any cards they have on the table and play off the last twelve tricks.  As in the parent game, a player must now follow suit to the card led, and must win a trick if he is able to.
            Every deal constitutes a game, and the player with the higher score wins.  He adds 1,00 points to his score, and rub icons his opponent if he has failed to score 3,000 points.

BEZIQUE FOR THREE PLAYERS

is played with three packs of cards, and the poker players compete all against all. The play is the same as in the parent game with the addition of a score of 1,500 points for triple bezique.

BEZIQUE FOR FOUR PLAYERS

is played with six packs of cards, or 192 cards in all.  Two play in partnership against the other two.
            The dealer places twenty-four cards face downwards in a pile on the table, and on this he places a marker so that the players will be warned when the stock is nearing exhaustion.  He deals nine cards to each of the four players and places the remainder of the pack (132 cards in all ) face downwards on top of the marker.


            In general, the play follows that described under rubicon bezique (above) but there are some differences in the scoring and in declaring.
           
            Carte Blanche = 100 points.
            Double Carte Blanche = 500.  Both partners being dealt hands without a court card.
            Quintuple Bezique = 13,500 points.  Five Q ♠ and J (or Q ♣ and J ♥ if either Spades or Diamonds are trumps).
            Sextuple Bezique is so unlikely that no score has been allotted to it.  should it occur, the correct score is 40,500 points.
            Any Four Aces = 1,000 points.
            Any Four Tens = 900 points.
            Any Four Kings = 800 points.
            Any Four Queens = 900 points.
            Any Four Jacks  = 400 points.
            The game bonus is 1,000 points, the rubicon 2,500 points and brusque are disregarded.

            In all other essentials the scoring is the same as in rubicon bezique.  The partnership principle, however, introduces two new features in the methods of declaring combinations.  First, after winning a trick, a player may either declare or leave it to his partner to do so.  Secondly, a player may declare a combination either with his own cards (including those on the table already declared +by him) or with one or more of his own cards and one or more of his partner’s declared cards.  Indeed, since a player holds only nine cards, quintuple bezique (and sextuple bezique if it occurs) can only be declared with the help of partner.
            The player on the left of the dealer leads to the first trick.
            Beyond these additions, the play follows that of rubicon bezique.

SIX-PACK BEZIQUE, sometimes, but rarely, known as Chinese Bezique, is a game for two players, and generally considered the most popular poker variation of the family.  Sir Winston Churchill was a keen player and an able exponent of the game.


            Six packs are shuffled together and both players lift a part of the pack and show the bottom cards to determine choice of seat and deal.  The one who shows the higher card has the choice of seat and deal.  The one who shows the higher card has the choice, and would be advised to pass the deal to his opponent because there is a slight disadvantage in dealing.  If equal cards are shown the players cut again.
            The dealer takes a number of cards at random off the top of pack, and the non-dealer estimates how many have been taken.  If his estimate proves correct he scores 150 points.  The dealer deals twelve cards, one by one, to his opponent and himself, and scores 250 points if he has taken exactly twenty-four cards from the top of the pack.
            There is no turn-up to determine the trump suit.  It is determined, as in rubicon bezique (above), by the first declared marriage or sequence by either player.
            The declarations are scored for as follows:
Sequence in Trumps = 250 points.
Sequence in a Plain Suit = 150 points.
Royal Marriage =  40 points.
Common Marriage = 20 points.
Bezique = 40 points    /                                     If Spades are trumps Bezique is Q ♠ and J ; if Diamonds are trumps Q and J ♠ ; if Hearts trumps Q ♥ and J ♣; and if Clubs are trumps Q ♣ and J ♥.
Double Bezique = 500 points.
Triple Bezique = 1,500 points.
Quadruple Bezique = 4,500 points.
Four Aces in Trumps = 1,000 points.
Four Tens in Trumps = 900 points.
Four Kings in Trumps = 800 points.
Four Queens in Trumps =  900 points.
Any Four Aces = 100 points.
Any Four Kings =80 points.
Any Four Queens = 60 points.
Any Four Jacks = 40 points.
Carte Blanche = 250 points.

            The non-dealer leads to the first trick.  It is not compulsory to follow suit, and the card that is led holds the trick unless a higher card of the same suit is played or a trump is played to the lead of a plain suit.  As points are not scored for brusque, nor for winning poker tricks, the tricks are not gathered and turned but left face upwards on the table in a pile.  The winner of a trick may score for a declaration.  He takes the top card of the stock (the loser takes the next card of the stock) and leads to the next trick.
            A declaration is made by placing the appropriate cards face upwards on the table. They are left there are available for play as though in the hand of the player.  Declarations are scored when made, and the same card may be counted in a declaration more than once.
            No declaration may be made after the last two cards of the stock have been drawn.  The players then pick up any cards they have on the table and play off the last twelve tricks.  As in the parent game, a player must now follow suit to the card led, and must win a trick if he is able to.
            Every deal constitutes a game, and the player with the higher score wins.  He adds 1,00 points to his score, and rub icons his opponent if he has failed to score 3,000 points.

 

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