Years ago, in the 70s, my aunt from Kentucky taught us a card game. She called it "Table". I've found nothing on the internet but it seems similar to Oh Hell. You were dealt 1 card in the first round, 2 in the second, etc. up to 10 cards in the 10th round then back down to 1. Like Oh Hell, players bid on tricks and score points but only if they make their bid. Unlike what I've seen of Oh Hell, if a player doesn't make their bid they go set and lose points. I would like to know the actual name of this game and also how it's scored.
In Wizard, you score ten points for making your bid, plus ten points per trick that you bid.
If you don't get your exact bid, you lose ten points for each trick that you were off (either over or under).
The deal and play are the same as in Oh Hell. Wizard add two ranks of cards: four Wizards that win any trick, and four Jesters that lose any trick.
It's fun, but the scoring is much wilder (and favors strong hands too much, if you ask me).