Was Sticht
Average rating 7.00 BGG average rating 6.95
Last played 8-Nov-2005 Players 3 - 4
Total plays 1 Designer Karl-Heinz Schmiel
Weight 4 Year 0
Playing Time 60 mins BGG Entry BoardGameGeek

Player # plays # wins Average rating Last played
Boog 1 0 7.00 8-Nov-2005
Paul 1 1 7.00 8-Nov-2005
Tel 1 0 7.00 8-Nov-2005

 
This is a two-trump, trick-taking card game, with several twists. At the beginning of the game, players draft tasks they intend to complete in order to win the game. (Tasks include things like quot;Take no tricksquot;, quot;Take 1 Trickquot;, or quot;Take No Red Cardsquot;.) Then, all of the cards are dealt out in front of the players before each hand. Row by row, the players draft cards, and the dealer declares who would have won each row's trick, if it had been played that way. Players use this information to deduce what the trump number and suit are. After all the cards are drafted, each player - except the dealer - selects one of the task tiles she drafted, which will be her mission for the hand. The dealer is stuck trying to uniquely accomplish someone else's task for the round - but at least doesn't have to preselect which person's goal he is trying to quot;stealquot;. The hand is then played in the traditional fashion, with each player trying to take tricks or not, based on the goal she selected. The first player to complete five tasks wins the game.br/br/Re-implemented by:br/br/ Mü Lots Morebr/br/br/br/br/