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500 - The Card Game
"The card game 500 is said to be easy to learn but difficult to master, have you managed to master it yet?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Which bid is worth the most?
Why is the game called 500?
Players need to score 500 points to win.
A bid of 10 spades is worth 500 points and is the ideal bid.
The game finishes after 500 cards have been played.
Nobody really knows why, but popular belief is that it was invented around then.
What is a six spades bid worth?
Which card must you hold in order to bid 10 hearts?
The jack of diamonds
The ace of hearts
The ten of hearts
In a diamonds call, which is the third most powerful card?
The jack of diamonds
The queen of diamonds
The ace of diamonds
The jack of hearts
What is the goal of a game of misere?
To force your partner to play first every trick
To lose every trick
To win all ten tricks
To score less than 250 points
How many cards are collected from the kitty when a winning bid is reached?
What is the difference between open and small misere?
There is no difference, in America it is called open, in the UK it is called small.
In small misere, the player must only win 6 tricks, in open they must win all of them.
When playing open misere, all players can see the misere hand, in small misere they cannot.
In open misere, the player's partner will play against them, in small misere the partner does not play.
In four-handed 500, the two of diamonds can be used to win a hand if diamonds is the suit which is "on"?
How many cards are dealt in a game of 500?
Which of the following describe the deal pattern?
In a game of 500, which card will win this trick?
It depends which suit is "on".
Jack of Diamonds
Ace of Hearts
Five of Spades
Which game is most similar to 500?
Which hand is worth more points: small misere or 7 hearts?
(small misere or 7 hearts)
Which of the following can be a bower?
The ace of spades
The jack of spades
The ten of spades
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Compiled Jun 28 12