Euchre Quiz

Put your euchre skills to the test


Here are 25 questions to determine your skill level.
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A perfect Score is 100
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Most experts agree with all these answers. Are there a few rare situations where these answers may not be the best play? Possibly. This quiz assumes you have a basic understanding of the game and that there is an average distribution of cards. These questions involve many advanced strategies. Euchre is a game that requires a quick analysis your opponents and the cards that have been played. It is my hope that by taking this quiz, you will learn a few things and perhaps take a second look at your method of play.

At the end of the quiz you will be shown which answers are correct. If you have any incorrect answers, we will point you to a page where you can find additional information pertaining to the questions. We also give the overall statistics for each question.



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1) The score is 8 to 9 their favor. The dealer just turned down the Queen of Clubs. You call next and lead Jack of Clubs.
What do you play next?

  Play Play Play Play

2) The score is 3 to 5 your favor. The dealer (your partner) just turned down the king of hearts. First seat passes. You're in second seat and hold the following cards.

What do you do?


bid   bid bid Pass

3) The score is 9-9. The dealer just turned down the nine of hearts. You are sitting in first seat and bid diamonds (Next).
What do you lead first?

Lead Lead Lead Lead lead

4) The score is 6 to 8 in your favor. Jack of Diamonds is the up card. You sit in the third seat. Your partner is a skilled player and he passed. Second seat passed. You hold the following cards in your hand.

Do you

Pass Order the dealer up  

5) The score is 5 to 6 in your favor. You are the dealer and turn up the Queen of Diamonds.
You hold the following cards in your hand. Bidding goes pass, pass, pass
Do you

Pass Pick up the Queen  

6) The score is 6 to 6. You hold the following cards in your hand. You sit in the first seat
King of Hearts is the up card.
Do you

Pass Order the dealer up  

7) The score is 9 to 6 in your favor. You hold the following cards in your hand. You sit in first seat
and the Ace of Clubs is turned up.
Do you

Pass Order the dealer up  

8) The dealer is going alone in Hearts. Your partner, in 1st seat, leads the Ace of Spades.
What do you play

Play Play Play Play Play

9) The score is 9 to 8 in your favor. From third seat, you ordered up the king of Hearts. Your partner (a skilled player) on first lead, played the 9 of clubs. Second seat takes the trick with Ace. You follow suit with king of clubs, and dealer throws off the 9 of diamonds. Second seat leads back the Ace of spades. You trump in with the Right.
What card do you lead next?

  Play Play Play  

10) Your partner orders you to pick up the Ace of diamonds. You hold the following cards in your hand.
What do you discard?

Discard Discard Discard Discard Discard

11) The score is 4 to 3 in their favor. The dealer just turned down the Ace of Diamonds

What do you do?


bid bid bid bid Pass

12) The score is 9 to 8 in your favor. You hold the following cards in your hand. You sit in the first seat. 9 of Diamonds is the up card.
Do you

Pass Order the dealer up  

13) The score is 4 to 3 in their favor. A Stick the Dealer rule is in effect. The dealer just turned down the 9 of Diamonds

What do you do?


  bid bid bid Pass

14) The score is 5 to 4 in their favor. The dealer (your partner) just turned down the Ace of Diamonds. First seat passed.

What do you do?


  bid bid bid Pass

15) Your partner in third seat, orders the dealer to pick up the 9 of diamonds. You hold the following cards in your hand.
What do you lead?

Lead Lead Lead Lead Lead

16) The score is 9 to 4 in their favor. The dealer just turned down the King of spades. You hold the following cards in your hand. You sit in the first seat.
Do you

Bid Next (Clubs) Play Clubs Alone Pass

17) The score is 4 to 3 in your favor, You, as the dealer, pick the Jack of spades. First seat leads Ace of diamonds, second and third follow. You trump with the King. You hold the following cards in your hand.
What do you lead next?

Lead   Lead Lead Lead

18) You are the dealer and turn up The Jack of clubs. Your going to pick it up and go alone. First you must discard.
What do you discard?

Discard Discard Discard Discard Discard

19) You are the dealer and your partner orders up the Jack of clubs.
What do you discard?

Discard Discard Discard Discard Discard

20) You're in second seat. Your partner (dealer) is a experienced player. Third seat is going alone in Hearts. You hold the following cards in your hand.
What do you lead?

Lead Lead Lead Lead Lead

21) Your partner picked up the Ace of hearts. First seat leads the 10 of clubs. You take the trick with the only ace in your hand. Third seat follows suit and your partner throws off the 10 of spades. You hold no trump.
Assuming you hold one of each, what suit do you lead back?

 
Lead   Lead Lead  

22) The score is 5 to 4 in their favor. You, as dealer, just turned up the Jack of spades. You hold the following cards in your hand.
What would you choose to do?

Pick up Jack Play Spades Alone Pass

23) In second seat, you order your partner (the dealer) to pick up the Nine of spades. First seat leads nine of diamonds.
What do you play?

Play Play Play Play Play

24) The score is 9 to 5 in your favor. The dealer (your partner) just turned down the Jack of hearts. First seat passed.

What do you do?


bid   bid bid Pass

25) Score is 3-3. Your partner (the dealer) picks up the King of hearts. First seat leads Ten of diamonds. You take the trick with the ace. Third seat follows suit.
What do you play next?

  Play Play Play Play

26) One last silly Question to keep the bots away
        Assuming you called alone, what is the highest ranked card?

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43 comments so far

Question 21 is a nonsense question. There are not 5 cards in the player's hand. Really, guys? You're experts???

Posted by Michael  on Sunday, 11.13.16 @ 09:48am| #3707

REALLY Michael, IF YOU HAD READ THE QUESTION, you would understand what is being asked here.

Posted by Don  on Monday, 11.14.16 @ 08:02am| #3709

Don't know why I can't see the score on the test. Will I be able to see it now?

Posted by carol sabotka  on Monday, 12.26.16 @ 11:30am| #3729

You still have a question that says you order trump ( diamonds) without haveing any diamonds in your hand. That is against the rules.

Posted by Daniel Wilson  on Wednesday, 12.28.16 @ 18:32pm| #3732

There is no rule that says your need to hold a suit in your hand before you can pick up that suit. For example if you held the ace of hearts, diamonds and clubs and turned up the jack of spades you may pick up the jack and name trump spades.

Posted by Don  on Wednesday, 12.28.16 @ 21:15pm| #3733

Curious to see how I did...

Posted by Ryan  on Thursday, 12.29.16 @ 21:06pm| #3734

Interesting quiz. How can I view my score? Thanks.

Posted by bobby  on Wednesday, 01.4.17 @ 18:10pm| #3739

Thanks

Posted by Connor  on Saturday, 01.7.17 @ 12:29pm| #3743

Interesting

Posted by Phyllis  on Sunday, 01.15.17 @ 19:09pm| #3750

Thanks

Posted by Zach Sapita  on Wednesday, 01.25.17 @ 13:31pm| #3756

The question I left blank did not have a LEGALanswer listed.

Posted by Daniel Wilson  on Saturday, 02.11.17 @ 20:25pm| #3765

want to see my score

Posted by Dave  on Tuesday, 02.21.17 @ 15:02pm| #3773

Fun

Posted by Chad  on Wednesday, 02.22.17 @ 17:38pm| #3774

Thanks

Posted by Andrew  on Thursday, 02.23.17 @ 16:53pm| #3775

this was very fun, thanks

Posted by fulling  on Saturday, 03.4.17 @ 18:31pm| #3783

Can't see my score.

Posted by Charlie  on Saturday, 03.4.17 @ 21:43pm| #3784

Shah

Posted by Emmett  on Tuesday, 03.14.17 @ 22:43pm| #3788

Thanks for the test. I only got 40% but that was expected. I'm from Chicago - didn't play Euchre there. My husband is from Ohio so he's played for years. The quiz and this site are helping me tremendously. Thanks!

Posted by Karin  on Thursday, 03.16.17 @ 10:18am| #3789

Love the game. Hard to find players

Posted by Chuck  on Sunday, 03.19.17 @ 12:34pm| #3792

what my score

Posted by Brad Richie  on Monday, 03.20.17 @ 12:46pm| #3793

good test

Posted by ron james  on Tuesday, 03.21.17 @ 18:11pm| #3794

na

Posted by mjy  on Thursday, 03.23.17 @ 10:37am| #3796

took test got no result.

Posted by Gerald  on Monday, 03.27.17 @ 09:36am| #3797

no results ... why?

Posted by Joe  on Saturday, 04.15.17 @ 12:39pm| #3809

Did you follow the directions ? All 26 must be answered. Question 26 must have to correct answer.

Posted by Don  on Saturday, 04.15.17 @ 12:48pm| #3810

on the robot question indicate that there is trump or else the Ace is actually highest

Posted by Joe  on Saturday, 04.15.17 @ 12:52pm| #3811

Thanks!

Posted by George  on Tuesday, 06.13.17 @ 09:33am| #3834

A great experience. I am looking forward to checking it again.

Posted by Ben Peterson  on Sunday, 06.25.17 @ 13:53pm| #3843

I answered all the questions but didn't get a score.

Posted by Nini  on Wednesday, 06.28.17 @ 06:28am| #3848

The connection between the questions and the pages that are explain the principles are sometimes not clear. Question 4 deals with whether to order up a bower from third position, but links to a page talking about how to signal to your partner through cards being played.

Question 19 is also ambiguous. The page recommends discarding a singleton to create a void, but that's the wrong answer to the question. The page also recommends discarding the lower card of a doubleton when you also hold A-K in another suit but the examples given on the page are K-x or lower, not A-x.

Posted by Keith  on Saturday, 07.29.17 @ 06:54am| #3858

None

Posted by PentwaterTom  on Monday, 07.31.17 @ 09:22am| #3859

Agree w/some comments above. The links to "answers" sometimes give suggestions for multiple scenarios not just the one that impacts the particular Quiz item.

I'm literally trying to review the quiz w/three tabs open—my quiz results; the help page for a question; AND another new quiz page so I can see the quiz question and hand.

Would really be helpful if when the results are given it could show "correct" or "incorrect" right nest to or under the actual quiz question AND give the help (and not the theory for every possible, just the solution to the particular question) directly under that.

Toggling 3 tabs is just draining and I'm not getting the concepts efficiently.

Otherwise, thanks for all the tips.

Posted by MC  on Monday, 07.31.17 @ 11:18am| #3860

The answers to the quiz were useless. You did not provide the question again naming all the cards in the hand. It is difficult to understand exactly what is pertinent to the hand in question when it is not there to refer back to. :(

Posted by Carla  on Thursday, 08.3.17 @ 14:12pm| #3863

I learn a little something every time I take it ... it would be nice to see your answer and the right answer -- so I can see what I had picked and then why your answer is different ..(Getting old can't remember) or if on the results page you just wrote underneath "my answer" is the right answer and why -- Either way, I appreciate you putting this together, it is good practice!

Posted by julie  on Saturday, 08.5.17 @ 13:02pm| #3865

Thx

Posted by Kevinz  on Thursday, 08.17.17 @ 14:12pm| #3871

Thx

Posted by Kevinz  on Thursday, 08.17.17 @ 14:12pm| #3872

Thanks

Posted by Daniella  on Tuesday, 09.12.17 @ 16:41pm| #3880

Can someone explain Q20.....and these if you agree with me?

Q1: call loner, then right, left, Ah, Ad and then the 9
Q3: I have a hard time calling Next, so I did not know what to play.....
Q20: I can defend Aspades, not sure why anyother card is better.

Posted by k9quila  on Tuesday, 09.26.17 @ 16:38pm| #3883

waste of time, some silly scenarios and result not provided.

Posted by Leigh  on Monday, 11.13.17 @ 02:19am| #3904

hi

Posted by boobb  on Sunday, 11.19.17 @ 15:33pm| #3907

Hi

Posted by Andre  on Sunday, 12.10.17 @ 15:26pm| #3918

W

Posted by Andre  on Sunday, 12.10.17 @ 15:28pm| #3919

comments

Posted by Mark Ford  on Sunday, 12.10.17 @ 19:59pm| #3920

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