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Southern patterns have 36 cards by including the 6.

In Bavaria, Austria and South Tyrol, the 6 of Bells (or sometimes the 7 of Bells where there is no 6) is known as the Weli or Belle which is often used as a wild card.

When the Ace was promoted above the King in French packs during the 16th century, the deuce did so as well in Germany leading to the conflation of the Ace and Deuce.

This is why in some sets the ace depicts two pips and is also called a Daus (deuce).

The Salzburg and Bohemian patterns are also not reversible and lack corner indices.

Most games require only 32 cards by excluding the 6s such as Schafkopf.

It is a product of a long evolution from the primitive Stukeley type cards imported from Nuremberg.

They were also produced and used as far east as Russia until the early 20th century.

German-suited decks are not well known all over these countries including parts of Germany itself as they have been undergoing strong competition from French playing cards since the late 17th-century.

Their most notable feature are that the Obers and Unters are engaged in combat except in the suit of leaves where they accompany their fighting comrades by playing musical instruments.

Since the 1980s, Italian manufacturers have included 5s into their Salzburg decks to allow the German speaking South Tyroleans to play Italian card games that require 40 cards with suits they are more familiar with.

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