This is a game played in the Donauschwaben in 18th- and 19th-century Hungary. It is played by 4 players, as individuals, using a 32-card Wilhelm Tell Deck. Each player is assigned a trump suit using a special procedure. Then, the dealer places the pack at the center of the table and turns up the top card and places it beside it. Play begins with the player to the dealer's left and proceeds clockwise around the table. Each player in turn must "beat" the current up card, either by playing a higher card in the same suit. If he cannot beat it this way, he may play one of his trump cards. The trump cards beat cards of any other suit. If he cannot beat either, he has to collect the whole pile.The goal of the game is to get rid of all one's cards and, in particular, not be the last one holding cards.