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Traditional card games in which the German suits are used include Skat, Schafkopf, Doppelkopf and Watten.

German suited decks tend to have fewer cards than either the French, Spanish, or Italian sets.

Confusion is avoided when the 7 or 6 became the lowest card in most packs during the 17th and 18th centuries.

Many regions have their own pattern (Bild) which features their own unique artwork or number of cards.

Southern patterns have 36 cards by including the 6.

Aces disappeared from German decks during the 15th century.When the Ace was promoted above the King in French packs during the 16th century, the deuce did so as well in Germany leading to the conflation of the Ace and Deuce.This is why in some sets the ace depicts two pips and is also called a Daus (deuce).The French suit symbols were derived from the German ones around 1480.German-suited cards spread throughout Central Europe into areas that were once under German or Austrian control (Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Croatia, Transylvania, Banat, Vojvodina, South Tyrol, Transcarpathia, and parts of Poland).

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