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Ninu.
10.11.2008, 09:57
Am vazut ca la secţiunea de jocuri doar iubitorii de şah au topic aşa ca am hotărît sa fac si un topic pentru iubitorii jocului de carţi...cred ca jocul de cărţi a fost mult timp singura mea posibilitate de relaxare de aceea pentru inceput o sa va prezint modelul de cărţi de joc care se folosesc in zona mea si anume carţile de joc model Maghiar ori German , pachetul de carţi de acest fel conţine 32 de bucăţi + o carte de rezervă...Din păcate am găsit doar o prezentare in Engleza..daca cineva va vrea sa o traduca în RO..o voi edita si va ramine versiunea Ro.dintre jocurile de carţi cel mai mult am jucat si imi place jocul 66..dar fiecare va putea sa prezinte jocuri de carti noi..precum si regulile de joc ale fiecaruia.


The cards of Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Slovakia, western Romania and southern Tyrol use the same colors (hearts, bells, leaves and acorns) as the cards of Southern and Eastern Germany. They usually have a deck of 32 or 36 cards. The numbering includes VII, VIII, IX, X, Under, Over, King and Ace. Some variations with 36 cards have also the number VI. The VI in bells also has the function like a joker in some games and it's named Welli or Weli.
These cards are illustrated with a special picture series that was born in the times before the 1848-49 revolutions in Hungary, when revolutionary movements were awakening all over in Europe. The Aces show the four seasons: the ace of hearts is spring, the ace of bells is summer, the ace of leaves is autumn and the ace of acorns is winter. The characters of the Under and Over cards were taken from the drama William Tell, the legendary Swiss freedom fighter, written by Friedrich Schiller in 1804, which was shown at Kolozsvár in 1827. It was long believed that the card was invented in Vienna at the Card Painting Workshop of Ferdinand Piatnik, however in 1974 the very first deck was found in an English private collection, and it has shown the name of the inventor and creator of deck as Schneider József, a Master Card Painter at Pest, and the date of its creation as 1837. Had he not chosen the Swiss characters of Schiller's play, had he chosen Hungarian heroes or freedom fighters, his deck of cards would never have made it into distribution, due to the heavy censorship of the government at the time. Interestingly, although the characters on the cards are Swiss, these cards are unknown in Switzerland.
Games that are played with this deck in Hungary include Skat, ulti, snapszer (or 66), zsír, fire, preferansz, makaó, lórum, piros pacsi and piros papucs. This set of cards is also used very often in the game of preferans. In Croatia and Slovenia these cards are also commonly used for a game called belot (also popular in Bulgaria and Armenia). Explanations of these games can be found at The Card Games Website.
The most common game played in western Romania (Transilvania and Banat) is Cruce, a variation of Snapszer, most commonly played in 2 pairs, with team members facing each other, hence the name (Cruce = Romanian for Cross).


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