Euchre is a trick-taking card game commonly played with four people in two partnerships with a deck of 24 standard playing cards. After the deal a suit is chosen as the trump suit, with the cards of this suit outranking the other suits, called off suits. Cards are ranked as J of trump suit, J of ...
I have played Euchre for years. Often a group of us finds ourselves one player short of the required 4. We then usually joke that we should play Canadian Euchre, which apparently allows rules for ...
Let's say that we have a scenario where the dealer has declined a ♠J. You are sitting to the dealer's left, with ♥A, ♣K, ♣9, ♢Q, ♢10. The advice I read at this site says that calling clubs is ...
Is there a good Euchre bidding strategy guide? I like the game, but find my bidding to be very hit or miss. And I've been unable to find a strategy guide for Euchre bidding patterns. Either a good ...
I really like euchre, but I stink at statistics. Last time we were playing euchre, people would get some crazy hands, and we kept saying, "What are the odds?" So now I ask you all, what are the ...
When a team has 3 tricks and the other scores a trick, you can throw in all the cards because you know the team of 3 tricks will get one point only. There is no sense playing out the final trick. I ...
I've heard of different terms for the same result in Euchre, but is it just preference or is there more to it? Call trump and get all 5 tricks: Is this called a "March" and/or a "Euchre"? Earn 3 or ...