Played with a standard deck of 40 cards, "Briscola" is a well-known card game in Italy.Each participant receives three cards once the deck is shuffled. The following card is dealt face up, then the rest of the deck is shuffled and dealt face down, sometimes hiding part of the upturned card. The Briscola is the top card in the deck and the trump suit in the game. A "briscola" may be retired before the game begins if a player has the deuce of trump. This action can only be taken in the first hand or at the start of the game. Players on a team can look at each other's cards before the first hand is dealt if there are four players. Both the transaction and the game are played in an anticlockwise direction.The opening hand (or trick) is led by the player on the dealer's right by his or her exposed card. After that, it's everyone's turn to play a card until everyone has played one. Here's how we decide who gets that hand:-if any briscola (trump) cards have been played, the winner is determined by the highest-valued trump card played.The highest card in the lead suit determines the winner if no briscole (trumps) have been played.Players are not obligated to play the same suit as the leader, as is the case in many other trump card games.The cards used in a trick are collected by the trick's winner and placed face down in a pile once the winner has been determined. In two-player games, all players keep their own piles, but in four- and six-player games, one player may collect all the tricks his team has won. The player who won the trick then draws a card from the remaining deck, and play continues clockwise around the table. Keep in mind that the up-turned Briscola should be the last card acquired before the game ends. After everyone has played their cards, they add up the points from their individual piles. The overall order.There is no need to sign up in advance.