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Skat ist ein Kartenspiel für drei Personen. Es ist ein Strategiespiel mit imperfekter Information, das durch das Mischen der Karten vor dem Geben auch ein. Als Vorhand bezeichnet man bei Kartenspielen wie Skat den Spieler, der die erste Karte auszuspielen hat. Reihenfolge[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Spielwiki. Mobil; Klassische Ansicht · Datenschutz. Kurz & Bündig erklärt: das Kartenspiel Skat ›› Mit Spickzettel der Regeln als PDF (1 V., und weitere Erklärungen und Varianten der Spielregeln bei Wikipedia.  Skat kann man auch zu viert spielen, der Geber setzt dann aus. [1, 2] Wikipedia-Artikel „Skat“: [1, 2] Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm: Deutsches Wörterbuch.
Kurz & Bündig erklärt: das Kartenspiel Skat ›› Mit Spickzettel der Regeln als PDF (1 V., und weitere Erklärungen und Varianten der Spielregeln bei Wikipedia. Skat ist ein Kartenspiel für drei Personen. Es spielt ein Alleinspieler gegen die beiden verbleibenden Mitspieler (die "Gegenpartei"). Nach dem. Skat wird mit einem Blatt aus 32 Karten gespielt. Jeder Spieler Geschichte des Skatspiels - Artikel in der deutschen Wikipedia. Skat wurde. Neben den in der Internationalen Skatordnung festgelegten Regeln gibt es zahlreiche Varianten und inoffizielle Zusatzregeln. Es müssen mindestens vier Karten abgehoben und mindestens vier Karten liegen gelassen werden. Die Geschichte spielt übrigens mehr als hundert Jahre vor Erfindung des Skatspiels. Skat ist ein populäres deutsches Kartenspiel, dass immer mit 3 aktiven Spielern gespielt wird. Andernfalls hat sich der Spieler überreizt und automatisch verloren. Während des Spiels ist dann natürlicherweise die Pflicht zu Beste Spielothek in Dockendorf finden aufgehoben, und das Spielergebnis ist relativ dem Zufall überlassen. Skat wurde um in der "Skatstadt" Altenburg in Thüringen erfunden, entwickelt aus dem Kartenspiel Schafkopf. Beim Skat Wiki ändert sich die Revenge Deutschland der Karten, siehe Sonderspiele. Beides verdoppelt jeweils die Punkte der Gewinnerpartei. Dezember wurde in Altenburg das Internationale Skatgericht gegründet, das über strittige Fälle entscheidet. Skat ist ein Kartenspiel für drei Personen. Beim Spiel zu fünft darf derjenige Spieler, der am meisten bietet am höchsten reizteine Karte wünschen. Gelingt ihm dies nicht, gilt das Spiel als verloren.
Skat Wiki VideoLuciano Pavarotti, James Brown - It's A Man's Man's Man's World Many longboard-specific trucks also have a reverse kingpin arrangement with the kingpins facing outward. These Fernsehgelder Premier League the Free Psc Codes 2020 official rules finally published in a book form in by Theodor Thomas of Leipzig. Trucks that are too small reduce stability and can cause wheel bite to occur more easily when turning. Human-powered transport. The mix of sunshine and rebellion is really intoxicating. During bidding, each player therefore has incomplete information regarding the true game value. Winning conditions for null game are different from suit and grand games.
However, after all tricks have been played, it is always possible to determine the exact game value by combining the actual holding with the type of game and outcome of the play.
Only then it becomes apparent if declarer has won or lost if he overbid. Assuming a trump suit of hearts in a suit game, this holding will have a different valuation before and after the Skat has been examined.
With Hearts as trump, the game value will always be at least that much. Now, assuming declarer wins by taking 95 points in tricks, after having declared Hand and Schneider , the actual game value will be as follows:.
The player could have bid up to that value during the auction. Now for the special cases: if you think you can do more than just win, you can add points for the special cases.
The highest possible multiplier game level is that is with or without four jacks and all seven cards of trump suit including those in the Skat , if any 11, plus the maximum of 7 for becoming declarer, Hand , Schneider , declaring Schneider , Schwarz , declaring Schwarz and Ouvert.
The order of bidding is determined by the seating order. Starting from the left of the dealer players are numbered clockwise: the first seat German : Vorhand , the second seat German : Mittelhand and the third seat German : Hinterhand.
In a three-player game, the dealer will be the third seat. In a four-player game the third seat will be to the right of the dealer.
Bidding starts by the player in second seat making a call to the player in first seat on which the latter can hold or pass. If the first seat player holds, the second seat player can make a higher call or pass himself.
This continues until either of the two players passes. The player in third seat is then allowed to continue making calls to the player who has not yet passed.
Bidding ends as soon as at least two players have passed. It is also possible for all three players to pass. The player who continues in this mnemonic is either the dealer in a three-player game or the player in third seat.
The mnemonic is commonly used among casual players. Example: Anna, Bernard and Clara are playing, and seated in that order around the table.
Anna deals the cards. Clara makes the first call to Bernard, who passes right away. Anna then makes two more calls to Clara, who accepts both bids.
Anna then passes as well. The bidding ends, with Clara being the declarer for this round. Except for "pass", only the possible game values are legal calls.
Therefore, the lowest possible call is 18, which is the lowest possible game value in Skat. Players are free to skip intermediate values, although it is common to always pick the lowest available call while bidding.
The sequence of possible double digit game values, beginning with 18 is 18—20—22—23—24—27—30—33—35—36—40—44—45—46—48—50—54—55—59— triple digit bids are possible albeit rare in a competitive auction.
Also, numbers are frequently abbreviated by only calling the lower digit of a value not divisible by 10 e. As the German words for "null" and "zero" are identical, this yields the rather unintuitive sequence 18—20—2—0—4—7—30 and so on.
If all players pass, the hand is not played and the next dealer shuffles and deals. A dealer never deals twice in a row.
It is common in informal play to play a variant of Skat called Ramsch junk, rummage instead of skipping the hand and dealing for the next one.
This is not part of the sanctioned rules, however. In a pass-out game, the player in first seat will be the last one to pass. If that player intends to become declarer, however, he has to make a call of at least 18 picking up the Skat in that situation implies the call.
Players Anna, Bernard and Clara are seated in that order, clockwise; Anna is the dealer. The auction proceeds as follows:. The winner of the auction becomes declarer.
He will play against the other two players. Before the hand is played, declarer either. After putting two cards back into the Skat , declarer then either declares a suit game by announcing a trump suit, declares a grand game or a null game.
If Hand has been declared, the player may make additional announcements such as Schneider , Schwarz and Ouvert. A common variant in non-sanctioned play allows the defenders to announce " Kontra " just before the first trick is played, if they have made or held at least one call.
In this case, the stakes will be doubled for the hand. In a less common further variation this process can be repeated twice more by announcing " Supra " and " Resupra " or more colloquially, " Bock " [ roe buck] and " Hirsch " [red deer] , or the like, which are colloquial augments of " Reh " roe deer.
The player in the first seat sitting to the left of the dealer leads to the first trick. The other two follow in clockwise direction.
Every player plays one card to the trick, which is in the middle of the table. The winner of a trick stacks the cards face down in front of him and leads to the next trick, which is again played clockwise.
Completed tricks are kept face down in front of the players who won them, until all the cards have been played.
Examining completed tricks except for the last one is not allowed. The tricks of the two players who are playing together are put together, either during or after play.
If a player cannot follow suit, he may play any card including a trump card. Trumps, including all four jacks, count as a single suit.
If a trump is led, every player must also play trump, if he has any. If there are trump cards in the trick, the highest trump in it wins the trick.
If there are no trumps in it, the highest card of the suit led wins the trick. The non-trump suit cards rank in order AK-Q In the grand game, only the four jacks are trumps in the suit order given above for a regular suit game.
All other ranks are the same as in the regular suit game 10 is ranked just below the ace. There are thus five "suits" in the grand game if a jack is led to a trick, the other two players must play jacks too, if they have them.
The goal of a null game is for declarer not to take any tricks. If declarer takes a trick in a null game, he immediately loses and the game is scored right away.
Declarer may, unilaterally, concede a loss while he is holding at least nine cards i. Afterwards approval of at least one defender is required.
Defenders may concede at any time, but may be requested by declarer to complete the play e. Claiming of remaining tricks is possible as well, but for a defender only if she would be able to take the remaining tricks herself.
After the last trick has been played, the game is scored. Winning conditions for null game are different from suit and grand games.
To win a suit or grand game, declarer needs at least 61 card points in his tricks. If declarer announced Schneider , he needs at least 90 card points in order to win.
The two cards in the Skat count towards declarer's tricks. If declarer announced Schwarz , he must take all ten tricks in order to win. The highest-ranking cards for taking the tricks the jacks are not the highest scoring cards.
The aces and 10s combined make up almost three quarters of the total points; taking as many as possible of them is thus imperative for winning. On the other hand, taking 7s, 8s and 9s the Luschen or blanks doesn't help or hurt at all, unless Schwarz was declared.
To win a null game, declarer must not take a single trick. There are no card points in a null game. Even with the majority in card points, declarer may still lose if the game value is lower than the value he bid during the auction.
This is called overbidding. An overbid hand is automatically lost, leading to a negative score for declarer. An overbid hand is scored by determining the lowest possible game value that is a multiple of the base value of declarer's suit or 24 in case of a grand which is at least as high as declarer's bid.
This value is then doubled and subtracted from declarer's score negative score. Unless they manage to play at least Schneider raising the game value to 36 , or make a game other than clubs with a game value of at least 30, the game will be lost.
They can try to minimize their loss by declaring a game in Hearts instead of Clubs base value 10 instead of The score is always assigned to the declarer positive or negative in the classical scoring system.
The score to be awarded is the actual game value. How high the player bid during the auction is immaterial, as long as the game value is at least as high as declarer's bid see Overbid Hands above.
Note that often the score will be higher than the auction value, because players typically do not bid as high as their hand would allow.
For a won game, that score is added to declarer's tally. For a lost game, the score is doubled and subtracted from declarer's tally negative score.
Until , lost Hand games did not count double, but this rule was dropped in that year. The reason was that in tournament play nearly all games played were Hand games.
This increased the game level by one, but did not penalize as much as a normal game would have if lost.
In league games, 50 points get added for each game that is won by the declarer and 40 points each get added to the tally of the defending team shall they win to lower the chance factor and to stress the skill factor.
In that situation, it becomes far more important for each player to bid his hand as high as possible. Example 1: Declarer bids 20 and declares a grand game.
He then wins with 78 points in tricks. These are awarded to the declarer. Example 2: Declarer bids 30 and declares a Null Ouvert game.
She, however, is forced to take the ninth trick, losing the game. Ramsch "junk" is not part of sanctioned Skat rules, but is widely practiced in hobbyist rounds, and is the variant most often suggested to be officially sanctioned.
It is played if all three players pass in the bidding. There is no declarer in Ramsch ; every player plays for himself, and the goal is to achieve as low a score as possible.
The idea behind Ramsch is to punish players who underbid their hands. To make Ramsch more interesting, an additional rule is often played that adds a second winning condition: the Ramsch is also won by a player if that player manages to take all tricks German : Durchmarsch i.
At first, this seems to be not too difficult, since the other players will initially try to take as few tricks as possible and to get rid of their high-ranking cards.
Once they get suspicious, however, they may thwart the effort simply by taking one trick from the player trying for the Durchmarsch.
Suit ranks in Ramsch are the same as in the Grand game, with only the four Jacks being trumps. Hobby players often add the following rule: 10s are lower in trick taking power than Queens and Kings, but still count as ten points.
Sometimes, they only count one point. There are a couple of variants to the rules concerning 10s, so this should be sorted out before starting the game.
Often, the players are allowed to check and exchange cards with the skat, or decline to do so and pass the skat on to the next player, doubling the score known as Schieberamsch.
Jacks are not allowed to be passed on in this variation. The two cards in the Skat are usually added to the tricks of the player who takes the last trick.
After all ten tricks are played, the player with the highest number of card points or alternatively, every player has their card points amount deducted from their score as negative game points.
If one player takes no tricks at all Jungfrau , English: virgin , the points of the losing hand are doubled. Some players also give a fixed value of 15 negative points to the loser and if there are two "virgins", Another variation used in smaller tournaments is the Gewinner-Ramsch winner-rubbish.
Many skateboard bearings are graded according to the ABEC scale. The starts with ABEC1 as the lowest, followed by 3, 5, 7, and 9.
It is a common misconception that the higher ABECs are better for skateboarding, as the ABEC rating only measures tolerances , which do not necessarily apply to skateboards.
Bearing performance is determined by how well maintained the bearings are. Maintenance on bearings includes periodically cleaning and lubricating them.
Bearing cleaning kits are commonly available on the market. The ABEC rating does not determine the speed or durability of a skateboard bearing.
In particular, the ABEC rating says nothing about how well a bearing handles axial side-to-side loads, which are severe in most skateboard applications.
Many companies do not show the ABEC rating, such as Bones Bearings , which makes bearings specifically for skateboarding, often marketed as "Skate Rated".
Each bearing usually contains 7 steel or ceramic bearing balls , although other configurations are used as well. Mounting hardware is a set of eight UNF bolts, usually an Allen or Phillips head, and matching nylon locknuts.
They are used to attach the trucks and any type of risers to the board. Some sets have one different colored bolt to show which side is the nose of the skateboard.
Hardware is available in various lengths for mounting trucks with or without risers. Risers increase the space between the truck and the deck.
This allows the truck to twist further without causing wheel bite when the wheel touches the deck and stops rotating. Wedges can be used to change the turning characteristics of a truck.
Shock pads are made of polyurethane and rubber. They are very similar to risers but vary in the fact that their sole purpose is to cushion the board from the trucks.
Rails or ribs , are narrow strips of plastic or metal that are attached under the deck lengthwise along the edges. They are used for additional grip for grabs, and to enhance sliding while protecting the deck's graphics at the same time.
Rails also provide a more consistent feel for slides, as the slide of a regular skateboard will suffer from the wear of the paint or varnish on the bottom of the board.
Although rarely used anymore, they are useful for experienced skaters that are capable of grabs. Sliptape is a clear piece of self-adhesive plastic that sticks to the underside of a deck.
It helps protect the board's graphics and allows the board to slide more easily. Another name for this is everslick. A lapper is a plastic cover that is fastened to the rear truck and serves to protect the kingpin when grinding.
It also prevents hang-ups by providing a smoother transition for the truck when it hits an obstacle or a metal pipe or round bar.
A nose guard is a plastic bumper used to protect the front of a skateboard which was once popular but is now only commonly seen on older board models.
Bolted onto the underside of the tail end of a skateboard, the tail guard also known as a "skid plate" protected the tail end from skid stops and other maneuvers that would otherwise wear away the wood commonly known as razor tail and decrease the longevity of the tail.
Typically made of plastic, these were widely popular in the '80s but their usage quickly diminished with the arrival of two-tail board designs, which became increasingly popular in the s.
A "tail devil" is a sparking device made of flint which is placed either on the tail or nose of the skateboard or both to create a sparking effect mainly visible after dark when the tail or nose of the boards scrapes against the ground.
Plastic half tubing that protected the axles of the trucks. In the —85 period, shopping cart handles were cut by some to fit as a makeshift coper.
Sublimation phase transition is the transition of a substance directly from the solid to the gas phase without passing through an intermediate liquid phase.
Sublimation is an endothermic phase transition that occurs at temperatures and pressures below a substance's triple point in its phase diagram.
In this case, ink is transferred to a base layer, fibreglass for example, through heat and pressure, the result is a full color graphic that will not come off as easily as the more common heat transfers.
This application is often found with bamboo boards and composite construction longboards where fibreglass can allow for various degrees of flex or stiffness depending on the ride you're looking for, cruising and carving versus slalom and downhill.
Tools which can be used for the purpose of re-threading wheel axles, working with bearings and even applying grip-tape have been developed.
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The following descriptions cover skateboard parts that are most prevalent in popular and modern forms of skateboarding.
Many parts exist with exotic or alternative constructions. A traditional complete skateboard consists of the deck often with griptape applied on top to enhance traction , trucks with urethane bushings , wheels with sealed bearings , bushings, nuts and bolts to fasten the truck and wheel assembly to the bottom of the deck.
Older decks also included plastic parts such as side, tail, and nose guards. Modern decks vary in size, but most are 7 to Wider decks can be used for greater stability when skateboarding.
The underside of the deck can be printed with a design by the manufacturer, blank, or decorated by any other means. The longboard, a common variant of the skateboard, is used for higher speed and rough surface boarding, and they are much more expensive.
Variants of the s often have little or no concavity, whereas s models have deeper concavities and steeper kicktails. Grip tape is a sheet of paper or fabric with adhesive on one side and a surface similar to fine sandpaper on the other.
Rubber grip tape is also available, which has gathered some popularity due to the lack of damage it causes to skate shoes.
Grip tape is applied to the top surface of a board to allow the rider's feet to grip the surface and help the skater stay on the board while doing tricks.
Grip tape is usually black, but is also available in many different colors such as pink, red, yellow, checkered, camo, and even clear.
Often, they have designs die-cut to show the color of the board, or to display the board's company logo. Grip tape accumulates dirt and other substances that will inhibit grip, so use of a grip eraser or rubber eraser is necessary after riding through mud or with dirty shoes.
Attached to the deck are two metal usually made of aluminum alloy trucks, which connect the wheels and bearings to the deck.
The trucks are further composed of two parts. The top part of the truck is screwed to the deck and is called the baseplate , and beneath it is the hanger.
The axle runs through the hanger. Between the baseplate and the hanger are bushings , also rubbers or grommets , that provide the cushion mechanism for turning the skateboard.
The bushings cushion the truck when it turns. The stiffer the bushings, the more resistant the skateboard is to turning.
The softer the bushings, the easier it is to turn. Bushings come in varying shapes and urethane formulas as well as durometers , which may affect turning, rebound and durability.
A bolt called a kingpin holds these parts together and fits inside the bushings. Thus by tightening or loosening the kingpin nut, the trucks can be loosened for increased turning or tightened for more stability.
The position of the hanger with respect to the baseplate is determined by the pivot , a rod that slots into the corresponding seat in the baseplate.
The pivot stops the hanger from rotating around the kingpin. The pivot must allow some movement around the bushings and therefore is not a perfect fit.
The space between the pivot and its seat in the baseplate is filled by a pivot cup , a plastic part that takes most of the wear and tear of the pivot and assists in centering.
The pivot cup should be periodically lubricated to ensure a smooth turn. In general, an axle width should be chosen that is close to the width of the deck it will be used with.
Trucks that are too wide can make doing tricks difficult and can cause the wheels to get in the way when the skateboard is being ridden.
Trucks that are too small reduce stability and can cause wheel bite to occur more easily when turning. Longboard-specific trucks are a recent development.
A longboard truck has the kingpin laid at a wider angle usually between 38 and 50 degrees  to the deck, giving a greater degree of turning for the same tilt of the deck.
Many longboard-specific trucks also have a reverse kingpin arrangement with the kingpins facing outward. The wheels of a skateboard are usually made of polyurethane , and come in many different sizes and shapes to suit different types of skating.
Wheels also are available in a variety of hardnesses usually measured on the Shore durometer "A" scale. Again like car tires, wheels range from the very soft about Shore A 75 to the very hard about Shore A As the A scale stops at , any wheels labeled A or higher are harder, but do not use the appropriate durometer scale.
Some wheel manufacturers now use the "B" or "D" scales, which have a larger and more accurate range of hardness.
They also need to be soft and have better grip to make the tight and frequent turns in slalom racing. Even larger wheels are used in longboarding and downhill skateboarding.
These extreme sizes of wheels almost always have cores of hard plastic that can be made thinner and lighter than a solid polyurethane wheel.
They are often used by skateboard videographers as well, as they minimize noise and roll smoothly over most types of terrain. Each skateboard wheel is mounted on its axle via two ball bearings.
These are usually made of steel, though silicon nitride, a high-tech ceramic, is sometimes used. Many skateboard bearings are graded according to the ABEC scale.
The starts with ABEC1 as the lowest, followed by 3, 5, 7, and 9. It is a common misconception that the higher ABECs are better for skateboarding, as the ABEC rating only measures tolerances , which do not necessarily apply to skateboards.
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