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In addition to the points scored by cards in the tricks, players also score points for certain combinations of cards in their hands which they announce during the game. Forehand to the left of the dealer may make an announcement before leading to the first trick. Other players may only announce after their team has won a trick. The following announcements and bonus points are recognised: . Trick play is clockwise beginning with forehand.
There are no trumps. Players must follow suit, but do not need to head the trick. Winning the last trick is worth 3 points. At the end of the deal, points are added up and divided by three, any fractions being discarded. The first team to score 21 points wins the partie and there are six parties in a game or session. Elfern, formerly also called Eilfern, is German for "playing Elevens", and Elfmandeln is Austrian and Bavarian German for "eleven little men".
Thus both names refer to the score of 11 points required for winning. Figurenspiel is also German and can be roughly translated as "honours game". This name evidently refers to the fact that only the court cards plus aces and tens contribute to the score. From the earliest days both "the usual Piquet pack" of 32 cards was used or the game was played with German-suited cards.
In Pierer states that Elfern or Eilfern is a card game played with German-suited cards. The first dealer is chosen by lots; the player who draws the lower-ranking card dealing first. Both players are then dealt a hand of 6 cards in batches of 2. There are no trumps, and tens rank low in trick-play. Forehand leads to the first trick.