Spades Nil Bids
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- Card Games
- above the bid. A Nil bid counts for 100 points if you succeed, 100 against if you fail. Double.
- SPADES TOURNAMENT RULES
- Spades are trump, ranking from A, K, Q,. J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, (example: a team bids 5 tricks total, but wins 7: result is 2 bags) Failed Blind Nil bid = -100 pts.
- Spades Rules
- If you don't want to go for the Nil bonus or penalty you must bid at least 1. The Play of the Hand.
- WEAK NOTRUMP - FOURTH SEAT ONLY With a marginal fourth
- If you pass, she may have only four spades. If you rebid 1NT, If either opponent bids spades, you may get outbid. Finally 1) Game chances are practically nil.
- COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL
- zines, 353 nil, nill, nillo, or null bids. (in Spades), 164,. 166–169, 171.
Suggested Web Resources
- How to Play Spades Nil or Blind Nil | eHow.com
- Learn how to bid nil and blind nil to improve your chances of beating your friends and family at spades.
- Spades - Card Game Rules - Complete Rules of Spades
- The complete rules for the trick-taking card game Spades. Bidding Nil. A player who bids Nil (zero) is claiming that he won't win any tricks during the hand.
- Beggining Spades
- How to Bid: Count your Aces and Kings. Ace of spades always takes a trick so do not ever go nil if you have one in your hand.
- Playing a Nil Hand in Spades (or Against It)
- It is very seldom wise to bid nil with four spades in a hand. Consider it a nearly impossible bid when there are five or more spades in the hand.
- Spades - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Passing, or the exchanging of cards between players, is optional and rare in Spades.
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