This is for four players in partnerships, one human and three computer players. Briscola is an Italian popular trick taking game - that is, the object of the game is to take cards which gives you (or your team) a high score. It is played with a 40 card deck. It is often played with Italian cards, which have suits of coins, cups, batons and swords. The card ranking, given from highest to lowest, is: ace, three, king, queen, jack, 7, 6, 5, 4, 2. The dealer deals three cards to each player and a card face up for determining the trump suit. There is no obligation for the next player to play a card of the same suit as the first card or to trump it, just because he can. The second player is free to play any of his cards. After each trick, each player draws a card from the pile of undealt cards, and the game goes on. The player who won the trick will lead to the next one.