In the popular Euchre online trick-taking game, two-player teams of four players compete against one another. Each player plays one card in the basic game, which is similar to Whist in that the highest card in the lead suit wins the trick unless someone plays a trump suit card.

In this game, the player to the dealer's left deals the first card, which may be any card from any suit, including trumps. Players who possess a card from the led suit follow suit as play moves clockwise around the table. In contrast to its native suit, the left bower belongs to the trump suit.

The player who played the highest card in the lead suit wins the trick unless a trump is played. If a trump card is used, the player who used the highest trump card wins the trick. A player who does not play the suit led or trump cannot win the trick. The trick winner takes the dealt cards off the table, flips them over, and moves on to the following trick.

Once all five rounds have been played, the hand is then scored. The person to the left of the previous dealer deals the subsequent hand, and so on clockwise around the table until one partnership achieves 10 points and takes the victory.