The knocker's score for the hand is doubled and 5 points added.
Each deal is seen as the equivalent of a hole of Golf, and in many versions a complete game consists of 9 or 18 deals, corresponding to the length of a Golf course.
Spoons, also known as, pig.
At that time, the number of spoons used in game play is reduced by one.
At that point, whoever gets it the fastest wins.The dealer deals six cards to each player, one at a time, arranging them face down in a rectangle in front of each player like this: The remaining undealt cards are placed face-down in the centre of the table to form a drawing stock.Special score for the knocker Some play that a player who knocks but turns out not to have the lowest score is penalised.The dealer will use the remaining cards to draw from.Note: only one extra card can be discarded as a match on top of a regular discard.Whenever a card is discarded, any player may take one matching card from any layout and discard it on top of the discard.
Scoring edit, there are two general ways of scoring in Spoons.
If there are three equal cards, only two of them are cancelled in this way; if all four cards are equal the whole layout scores zero.
Some play that you may only look at one of your four cards at the start.Other Golf web pages A page of invented Golf Variations submitted by readers of this site.Golf is also sometimes known.End of the game As in Four-card Golf, the game can continue for 18 holes instead of nine Eight Card Golf This game is very similar to Six-Card Golf, but each player's layout has four columns of two cards rather than three.At your turn you must either draw the top card of the face-down stock, or draw the top discard, or knock to cause the play to end.Jack: The player looks at one of their own cards and one card belonging to an opponent and may switch them if they wish.