Many Version of "La Barouche" exist. This is just one version as submitted by Stella Johnson and Francis Fisher.
Remove all 2,3 and 4 of each suit, you will only use all the 5,6,7,8,9,10, Jack, Queen, King and Aces.
You require 4 players to make 2 teams (parnters) of 2.
Partners play across from one another.
The lowest bid is thirty (30) and the highest is one hundred (100). An individual may bid "Barouche", which is game, and must take all counters, if the other team even takes five pointsm they win the game.
5 count as 5 points
6,7,8,9, Jack, Queen and King do not have any counting value, but are required to "pull-out" the other suits.
10 and aces count as 10 points
First to open bid is the player left of the dealers, if everyone passes the dealer must take the hand for thirty (30 points).
The dealer can take the hand for the last bid.
Whoever takes the hand sets the trump and must lead with that suit, you do not need to tell what the suit is until you lay down your first card.
You must follow the suit played, you can not hold any trump when asked for, however, if a suit is played that you do not have cards for, you can play the trump suit te get any of the counting cards on the table.
The game goes to 250 points.
The team taking the hand must make the bid if not they count that bid in the negative, the opposing team counts the points they were able to make.
Cards Li kart
Ace Aen naws
King Li rway
Queen La Renn (la damm)
Diamonds Karreau (Karou)
Spades Pik (Pique)
Hearts Choer (Coeur)
Five Saenk (Saen)
Trump La Touoo