Klaverjassen the most card that is popular in the Netherlands, traditionally played in cafes and social clubs, as well as at home. The game is for 4 players who play in pairs, sitting opposite each other. The game has a true number of variations, known as following the towns in which they originated: Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
The item of game is get because points that are many possible in 16 hands. The players on one table will rotate so as to have had each of the other three as a partner, so playing 3 sets of 16 hands in competition games.
The object of the game is for the player (and partner) who chooses trumps to collect more than half of the available points in each hand. Then they score nothing at all and the opposing pair receives all of the points if they fail to do this.
Points are gathered by firmly taking tricks containing cards that are valuable as well as as bonus points through the play.
This game can be understand (in somewhat variants that are different as: Baloot, Pilotta, Belotte or Bela.