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Canasta

Your game for strategy and combination!
Two can play a tactician duel, and four will compete in teams of two. Catch the discard pile, combine as many cards as possible, get a little help from wild cards, and collect the most points!

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Rummy

The classic for any time of the day!
Play with one, two, or three opponents and win. Be the first to get rid of your hand cards following every trick in the book. The Jokers may be of help. Maybe you can even achieve going Rummy!

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Skat

The German classic for card game professionals!
Play in threes – always two against one.
„18“ – „Yes,“ „20” – „Accept,“ „22“ – „Pass.“
Take the Skat and face the challenge trick by trick. May the trump cards be with you!

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Doppelkopf

The team player game for trick-taking fans!
There are always four of you – two face two, or one takes on three. The Queens of Clubs and you decide: Normal, Marriage or Solo? Collect tricks for your party and gain the victory!

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Sheepshead

The southern German classic pits on competition: Four players compete either two vs. two or one vs. three. Rely on the Obers or choose Wenz! Who will come out on top and fulfill their announcement?

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Pinochle

Trick-taking with a Wurttemberg twist:
Melds deal points – like the Pinochle featuring the Jack of Clubs and the Queen of Spades! Play in two teams of two or as three lone fighters. Get the kitty, collect tricks, and reach your bid!

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Mau-Mau

The speedy classic is online!
If you are playing as two, three, or four – each turn is a potential surprise. You have to empty your hand card by card, but your opponents could get in the way: Seven means drawing two!

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Solitaire

Fans of brain-teasers are in for a good time here!
Besides the challenge of solving the game tactically, you are facing up to three opponents. Sort the families from King to Ace. Will you solve the game best?

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Spider

The classic for all riddle-solvers!
Play strategically against up to three players: Each one frees and sorts their cards separately. Who will win? Weave your plan for quickly and effectively catching the most points in your web!

Summer Tournament 2020 at the Palace


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Summer Tournament 2020 at the Palace

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Dear friends of the Palace,

We are happy to see you are receiving the tournaments so well. With that in mind, it is finally time for another official Palace of Cards Tournament: On August 22, 2020, we will hold our Summer Tournament XXL!

The XXL tournament has especially many series for plenty of gaming fun! Seize the chance, take in the tournament atmosphere, and show everyone how far you get.

Participation

The XXL Summer Tournament will take place in the following games:

Skat 3 players per table
Rummy 4 players per table
Doppelkopf 4 players per table
Sheepshead 4 players per table
Canasta 4 players per table
Mau-Mau 4 players per table
Solitaire 4 players per table

The XXL Tournament’s special feature is the high number of series. Usually, the official Palace of Cards Tournaments have three series. This time there will be five series! So, make sure to take enough time.

This time, up to 300 players can play in a group in every game. When 300 players are exceeded, the next group will open automatically. Everyone can partake for a bet of only one Chip! Of course, you will face tenacious opponents. But if you come out on top in your game, appreciation and exclusive prizes await you.

Registration

Sign up for the tournament via the game you want to compete in as of now. To do so, enter your desired game, and continue step by step:

On a tablet or smartphone

On a desktop PC or laptop

1. Click Options.

2. Click Competition.

3. Click Tournaments.

4. Scroll until you see the tournament titled Grand Summer Tournament and click Enroll.

1. Click Competition at the bottom of the lobby.

2. Click Tournaments.

3. Scroll until you see the tournament titled Grand Summer Tournament and click Enroll.

To take part in the tournament, you just need to be online in your game on August 22, 2020, shortly before 8:30 pm CET and enter the tournament.

Prizes

There will be exclusive Palace of Cards certificates, numerous Premium days, and a jackpot with up to 10,000 Chips. We lovingly design the certificates exclusively for this occasion! All winners of the places one to three receive one as a PDF:

All winners means several play groups per tournament are possible: When maximum registered players are exceeded, another play group will open automatically. So, if 540 players registered for Sheepshead, the tournament would be held in two groups mith a maximum of 300 players each.

As a result, there would be two first places, two second places, and two third places. Each play group has its separate jackpot. Which play group you were successful in will be noted in your certificate.

The jackpot and the Premium days will be split among the winners. Usually, the first place receives 70% of the Chips in the pot and 90 Premium days, the second place 20% and 60 Premium days, and the third place 10% and 30 Premium days.

If two players in the same playgroup win the same score, double placements can occur. In this case, the distribution of prizes changes slightly. This is always communicated clearly in our update post on the winners.

See You Soon!

Best sign up right away, so you cannot forget it. Once that is done, you can happily anticipate the tournament with us. Get ready for the clash of the best – practice makes perfect! So, don’t be intimidated and show your skills.

If you cannot join this time, there will be several chances to take part in an official Palace of Cards Tournament this year. We will let you know right here. Stay tuned 😉

We are looking forward to welcoming the participants!

Greetings and already wishing you a good hand,

Your Palace Team

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