Created as a four-person game, its rules were written down in bad Latin by Marcello Chitarrella, a Neapolitan priest, in 1750. The origin behind its name is not clear, but it seems that initially in the game sevens were also worth 1/3 of a point, so “three” of them indicated the highest card and “seven” the lowest (from those that had a value of over 0 points) with a scoring value (3, 2, 1, 10, 9, 8, 7), for a total of 12. Subsequently, to make the game flow better and to stop too many games from ending in a draw, the game was improved to “eight”, relegating the seven to the rest of the discarded cards, although it kept the same name of Tresette.
Tresette is now one of the most popular card games in Italy and, alongside Scopa, is considered one of the best in terms of strategy and reasoning. Giocaonline Tresette features an intuitive, minimal layout that offers excellent gameplay thanks to its clear, user-friendly interface. The game has also been designed to adapt automatically to the device used and therefore has a desktop version as well as those designed ad hoc for mobile devices, in both portrait and landscape modes. All the graphics are exclusive and, in particular, all the decks used in the card games have been specially designed for Giocaonline products. You can also change the skin of the interface to customise the game based on your needs.