Jul 15, 2014 · 6:00 PM
Tournament season is fast approaching once again, so let's tune up by working on the harder part of the game--Defense! Topics we'll cover include deducing clues from the bidding, the cards played (or not played) to tricks, using table position to squeeze the Player, setting up smear situations, when to smear vs. when to throw off, and much more!
Skat School is the chance for beginners to learn Skat, developing players to hone their skills at Skat and experienced players to participate in a shared learning experience that can still better their play at this truly amazing and unique card game.
The topic of our sessions will be adjusted to fit the playing level of the participants, so if you are a beginner, don't worry--we will gladly get you started playing Skat. If you are more experienced, we will have something helpful for you too. Typically at Skat Schools, the game score is drastically de-empahsized (often ignored) and we table talk, but with a definite purpose in mind. That purpose is to not just learn how to play Skat, but also to learn how to PLAY WELL.
I am extending a special invitation to those players who have signed up for our Meetup group, but still don't know the game well enough for club play to come on out and join us for a relaxed and fun evening at a card-friendly venue with great food.
We don't bite, but we just might schnibbel for your tens!