The American Hoyle: Or, Gentleman's Hand-book of Games, Containing All the Games Played in the United States, with Rules, Descriptions, and Technicalities Adapted to the American Methods of Playing
Dick & Fitzgerald, Publishers, 1894 - 520 Seiten
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Abondance adversary Baccarat ball banker bets Bezique bidder Black called carrom chance chips Clubs count Cribbage cue-ball cushion dealer deals dealt declared Diamonds dice discard double draw Draw Poker Eight elder hand eldest entitled Euchre exposed card face upwards Fifteen-ball five cards follow suit forfeits four Aces four cards fresh deal Hearts highest card King Knave Knave of Diamonds lead lone player loses Matadores move Nine non-dealer number of cards number of points object-ball opponent pack pair partner pass Pawn penalty pieces pins placed player plays plays a card pool punter Pyramid Pool quatorze Queen Queen of Spades reckon revoke rule score second hand sequence Seven shuffled Skat Solo Solo Whist Spades spot stake striker stroke suit led Tenth cards three cards throw trump card trump suit turn unless Whist White winner wins the game wins the trick younger hand
Seite 9 - If any one break up a table, the remaining players have the prior right to him of entry into any other, and should there not be sufficient vacancies at such other table to admit all those candidates, they settle their precedence by cutting. SHUFFLING, 26.
Seite 12 - If a player leads a card better than any his adversaries hold of the suit, and then leads one or more other cards without waiting for his partner to play, the latter may be called upon by either adversary...
Seite 16 - If any one, prior to his partner playing, should call attention to the trick— either by saying that it is his, or by naming his card, or, without being required so to do, by drawing it towards him — the adversaries may require that opponent's partner to play the highest or lowest of the suit then led, or to win or lose f the trick.
Seite 317 - ... packets on the other, a card be exposed, or if there be any confusion of the cards, or a doubt as to the exact place in which the pack was divided, there must be a fresh cut.
Seite 9 - The player on the dealer's right cuts the pack, and, in dividing it, must not leave fewer than four cards in either packet ; if in cutting, or in replacing one of the two packets...
Seite 382 - If, at any time in the course of a game, it is found that the men were not properly placed, or that one or more of them were omitted at the beginning, the game in question must be annulled. If at any time it is discovered that a man has been dropped off...
Seite 238 - A player may ask his partner whether he has not a card of the suit which he has renounced; should the question be asked before the trick is turned and quitted, subsequent turning and quitting does not establish the revoke, and the error may be corrected, unless the question be answered in the negative, or unless the revoking player or his partner have led or played to the following trick.
Seite 15 - The revoking player and his partner may, under all circumstances, require the hand in which the revoke has been detected to be played out. 80. If a revoke occur, be claimed and proved, bets on the odd trick, or on amount of score, must be decided by the actual state of the latter, after the penalty is paid. 81. Should the players on both sides subject themselves to the penalty of one or more revokes, neither can win the game ; each is punished at the discretion of his adversary.* 82.
Seite 224 - ... 45- A misdeal does not lose the deal if, during the dealing, either of the adversaries touch the cards prior to the dealer's partner having done so ; but should the latter have first interfered with the cards, notwithstanding either or both of the adversaries have subsequently done the same, the deal is lost.