Bid Whist - Classic

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Bid Whist - Classic

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Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Games 1.6.1 September 04, 2017 0.0

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Version 1.6.1 released on September 04, 2017

Version 1.6.0 released on June 23, 2017

Version 1.5.22 released on April 24, 2017

Version 1.5.21 released on April 11, 2017

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App Description

Bid Whist is an exciting, popular partnership trick-taking game. It is played with a standard 52 card deck plus 2 jokers, for a total of 54 cards. There are 4 players consisting of two teams of two; each player sits opposite their partner. The game starts with each team at zero, and the object of the game is to reach a score 7 or more points, or force the other team to go negative 7 or more points. Points are scored by bidding for and winning tricks, which in this game are called books. *No Trump Bids will double your point (win or lose the bid) *Dealer is picked at Random The Bidding The turn to bid goes around the table only once starting with the player to the left of the dealer. Each bid consists of a number from 4 to 7, and a suffix "uptown", "downtown", or "no trump". The number indicates the number of books above 6 that the bidder's team will contract to win - for example a bid of 5 is a promise to win at least 11 books (6 + 5). As there are 13 books in all, 7 is the highest possible bid. Uptown (or "high") means you intend to name a trump suit, and that high cards will win. Downtown (or "low") means that you intend to name a trump suit, and that low cards will win. No Trump means that there will be no trump, and that if you win the bidding you will then determine whether high or low cards will have preference.

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