Catte Offline - Sac Te - 6 Cards

Catte Offline - Sac Te - 6 Cards

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Catte Offline also known as 'six cards', sometimes anglicized as Catte Poker, is a trick-taking card game popular in Vietnam and expatriate Vietnamese communities. Unlike other trick games, in which the objective is either to collect tricks, avoid tricks, or fulfill a contract; the object of cắt tê is to win the last trick in a given round. The game is played with cards instead of dominos.

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It can be played by 3-6 players. Catte Poker is an essential part of cat te. As in mahjongg, there is only one betting round per game; and all players make the same bet, and there are additional rewards and penalties for certain outcomes. It is possible for a player to be required to forfeit more than his additional bet at the conclusion of a game. The object of cắt tê is to either: win all of the first four tricks played in a round; or win the sixth trick played.

After the fourth trick, players who have won no tricks are eliminated, so it is not possible to win the sixth trick without winning one of the first four tricks. There are never more than six tricks played per game.

The deck
Cắt tê is played with a standard deck of 52 cards, with jokers removed. As in bridge, the rank-order is A-K-Q-J-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2, from high to low. There is no trump suit.

Play overview
Cắt tê is played in rounds, each of which includes an initial bet, the deal, the play of tricks, and the settlement of any obligations incurred during play. At the conclusion of each round, all players contribute an agreed-upon sum to form the pot.

For all but the first round of play, the winner of the prior round has the privilege of dealing. For the initial round; deal can be chosen by lot, or any other means agreed upon by the players. The dealer deals six cards to each player, in counter-clockwise order. The remaining cards are then removed from play.