If a player calls Napoleon, and another player on his left considers he can

also make five tricks, he may call "Wellington," in which case the stakes

are doubled, the caller winning 20 or losing 10. As this rule, however,

is regarded with disfavour by some, in consequence of its raising the limit

of a loss on any particular hand from 10 to 20, it is sometimes played

differently. The player who calls Wellington does not receive more than

he would have done for Napoleon, but pays double, i.e., 10.

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