You can play online against a friend o whoever in the world. You can play more than a match at the same time, a well organized list system keep track of all your games and turns. You have 60 minutes to play each turn.
Briscola is a shrewd, addictive game that everyone ought to know. In Italy, its country of origin, it's played with their 40-card deck, but stripping a standard British pack works fine. Before you start, get to know the card rankings and point values. First, when it comes to winning a trick, the cards rank as follows: ace, three, king, queen, jack, seven, six, five, four, two. Just as you'd expect, except for a powerful three.
Deal three cards to each player then turn over the next card to determine trumps, the "briscola suit". Place the deck on the table so that it half covers this trump card. The player right lays a single card and the other does the same at each turn. There is no obligation to follow suit. If a trump has been played, the highest trump wins the trick; otherwise, it's the highest card of the suit led.
Before leading the next hand, the trick winner adds the top card from the deck to their hand and every other player then does the same. When the deck is gone (the final card picked up being the one which defined trumps) and all the cards are played, the winning player or partnership is the one whose tricks contain the most points.