ass is a popular Swiss card game played across the country and in Swiss communities in all corners of the world. For many years Canberra had a strong Jass playing community, meeting fortnightly as part of Canberra Swiss Club activities. These social gatherings have culminated in a ‘Jass Tournament’ at the end of the year.
Here are the Jass Rules used in Canberra Jass_Rules_Canberra
Please find here the basic principles of Jass, with rules of other variations of the game:
In recent years and for various reasons, the regular playing nights have come to a halt. Some members continue playing the game privately, and others would like to continue playing on a regular basis. If you are interested to either learn or play the Jass game, please contact any of the committee members or write an email to email@example.com
If there is enough interest, the committee considers restarting a regular Jass playing event. Below are the winners of past tournaments.
Results of the Tournaments 2021 and 2022 were not made available.
Results of Jass Tournament 2020
|1.||David Horsfall – Jass King 2020||3642 points|
|2.||Andreas Luzzi||3450 points|
|3.||Peter Zimmermann||3318 points|
Results of Jass Tournament 2019
|1.||Fredi Uhr – Jass King 2019||3487 points|
|2.||Anna Cowan||3466 points|
|3.||Chris Heiniger||3450 points|
Results of Jass Tournament 2018
|1.||Anna Cowan – Jass King 2018||3452 points|
|2.||Christian Stricker||3188 points|
|3.||Carole Hoffmann||3171 points|
Updated on 4/07/2023