The rules for playing two spades of players are:
It’s always one of the most respected card games. Usually playing in two partnerships, but also very suitable for two players. Ace is played as a high standard 52 card deck. 2 low. The winner is considered the first player to get 500 points. The deck is a standard 52 card deck and can add 1 or 2 jokers.
The lowest to the highest: Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.
The first dealer is chosen by lottery for “first spade” or “high card” and the transaction after each hand is passed to the dealer’s left hand. The dealer is shuffled and the player to the right “cuts” the card and stack it stack with the dealer handed over. One card at a time flips the entire deck clockwise. The player takes the card and checks that it has the correct number, and if everything is set correctly, it sort by setting and ranking.
Player offers for the number of tricks expected to be taken. The person standing on the left side of the merchant starts bidding clockwise and ends with the merchant. The “0” offer is called “invalid”. Players must bid at least once and never bid “invalid”.
Each hand contains several tricks (four-handed games include 13 tricks using all 52 cards). The player on the left side of the dealer creates an opening lead using the desired card. If the player uses a clockwise card, follow the card if possible. If not, you can use a card including a trump spade. The general rule taken from Hearts is that players cannot get a shovel until the spade has removed other tricks. This means that players with lots of shovels at the start of their hands stack spades at the top of the spade one by one to use up the other side and prevent the opponent from using it as a point.
The act of using the first spade in your hand is called “spade separation”, starting with the original “breaking” rule. If a player carries a shovel (after a shovel break) other players must follow.
Another general rule borrowed from Hearts is that players cannot lead a spade in the first trick. This trick is considered to be obtained or obtained by the player using the highest card of the ship. Or tap the trump card to win the highest trump card. The winner of the trick collects cards in a face-to-face arrangement to allow players to count the number of tricks taken. The number of tricks won by players cannot be disguised. Each player must count tricks until all players agree to a “trick count”. Players who get a given trick win the next trick. All players who must be in the same (final) trick will continue to play until they lose their hands. If not, it is claimed to be misleading.