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Club Law








This is the most common variation, and its object is to force a number of
loos, especially when a large number of players are engaged in the game.
When it is adopted, all the players have to stand on their own cards,
whenever the card turned up for trump proves to be a club. In that case
the miss is withdrawn, and is added to the undealt portion of the pack
without being exposed.





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