This is one of a group of South Asian trick-taking games in which the Jack and the Nine are the highest cards in every suit. It is almost certain that they are descended from the European family of Jass games, which originated in the Netherlands. Probably they were brought to the Indian subcontinent by Dutch traders. 32 cards from a standard 52-card pack are used for play. The cards in every suit rank from high to low: J-9-A-10-K-Q-8-7. The aim of the game is to win tricks containing valuable cards. The values of the cards are: Jacks 3 points each Nines 2 points each Aces 1 point each Tens 1 point each Other cards (K, Q, 8, 7) no points There are some links that can help you to learn the game. http://en. wikipedia.org/wiki/Twenty-eight_%28card_game%29 http://www.pagat.com/jass/29.html.
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