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Random information on the term ” Smear”:

Smear (also known as Schmier) is a North-American trick-taking card game of the All Fours group, and a variant of Pitch (Setback). Several slightly different versions are played in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Minnesota, Northern and Central Iowa, Wisconsin and also in Ontario, Canada.

It is highly likely that the name is related to the German word schmieren, which is used in point-trick games such as Skat for the technique of discarding a high-value card on a trick which your partner is winning. The name might perhaps be connected to the fact that a high-scoring card may be discarded in a trick won by the player’s partner, like in Pinochle, or even to “smudge,” which is the highest bid in some forms of Pitch.

Partnership Smear is played by four players in fixed partnerships, sitting crosswise. It can also be played by six players in three partnerships. The following version is one of several described by John McLeod.

The game is played with a deck of 54 cards including two Jokers (Jo). The cards are ranked in the usual order, Aces ranking high. In a feature borrowed from Euchre, the Jack that is not trump but of the same color as the trump suit is known as the Jick (Ji) or Left Bower. The Left Bower and the two Jokers are considered to be part of the trump suit, where they rank below the Right Bower and above the Ten. In case both Jokers are played to the same trick, the second ranks higher than the first.

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