Sancho pedro
Sancho pedro Sancho pedro [Sp. Pedro Peter.] (Card Playing) A variety of auction pitch in which the nine (sancho) and five (pedro) of trumps are added as counting cards at their pip value, and the ten of trumps counts game. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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