The classic cardgame Hearts. Play against 3 computer players, who can get the fewest hearts? Hearts Mehrspieler, % kostenlos. Auswahl der Funktionen/Optionen: Live-Gegner aus aller Welt, Spielsääle, Ranglisten, umfangreiche Statistiken. Hearts is a classic trick-taking game for four players, and Spigo has designed an online version that can be played for real money.
Classic Hearts Premium!PLAY HEARTS ON YOUR iPHONE, iPOD, and iPAD! ***. Play the famous game of Hearts against opponents simulated by advanced artificial intelligence or. Hearts Mehrspieler, % kostenlos. Auswahl der Funktionen/Optionen: Live-Gegner aus aller Welt, Spielsääle, Ranglisten, umfangreiche Statistiken. The classic cardgame Hearts. Play against 3 computer players, who can get the fewest hearts?
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These are the rules I use for Hearts. There are many variations possible, but I use the basic ones from Wikipedia. As of I used to get complaints that it didn't, then when I changed it to make sure she did break then I got even more complaints about that.
So, it looks like most people want the Queen of Spades to not break hearts, so that's the way it'll be from now on. Please do not write to me requesting that I change this again!
This online version of the classic card game Hearts was made by me. My name is Einar Egilsson and over there on the left is my current Facebook profile picture!
Hearts is the third card game I've made, the other two are Shithead and Crazy Eights. I used to play Hearts a lot when I was younger, it was one of the games that came with every version of Windows.
I wanted to be able to play Hearts online, and just didn't think all the hundreds of other versions of Hearts would do! Of the card games I've made, Hearts is probably my favorite.
At least I play it a lot more than the others. All the graphics used for the game I found at OpenClipArt , a great site with free graphics.
The excellent playing card images were made by Nicu Buculei , and the player images were made by Gerald G. Any comments, questions, ideas for other games or anything else can be sent to admin cardgames.
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How does it work? How does Hearts online work? For all three difficulty levels the cards are dealt completely at random to both you and to the computer players.
Computer players are not given any special advantage and they do not know what cards are in your hand or in any other players' hands.
The difference between the easy, standard, and pro players is the strategy used to choose their plays. If you are finding that the computer is beating you, you will likely benefit from understanding how the computer chooses its next move.
This game uses the standard card pack. Each player is dealt a hand of 13 cards from a 52 card deck. The hand is sorted by suit, then rank: Hearts, Diamonds, Spades, Clubs.
Cards that are out of play are inactive and darkened. The game ends when a player reaches points. The winner is the player with the lowest total score.
The game begins with all cards being deal. Next, each player chooses three cards, and passes them to another player.
After receiving 3 cards passed to you, the first trick is led by the player to the left of the dealer. Play continues in a clockwise manner.
Each player plays one card and together they are called a trick. The highest card in the led suit wins and the point value of all the cards in that trick are assessed.