The four suits in a deck; diamond, spade, clubs and hearts were introduced by French. Piquet is a 32 card suit with all numbers from 2 to 6 missing. A popular game in France Belote uses this deck. Germans also play a game called Skat from this deck. The German decks are different from French deck. They use hearts, bells, leaves and Acorns. Tarot is a 78 card deck which is used for many trick taking games. It has an additional trump suit of 21 cards and also one court card is added in every suit which is the Knight. Countries like Hungary, Slovakia, Austria uses the same suits are German deck but their deck has 32 or 36 cards. Italians use a deck of 40 cards. The 552 card deck used most commonly today is also called the French deck. This deck has four suits and the court cards; king, queen and jack are double headed or reversible. The court cards are also called face cards and some modern designs are not reversible. The ace of each suit depicts a single picture of the suit. The cards ranked from 2 through 10, has as many suits depicted as the number. There are two or four jokers in a commercial deck. Most games require the joker to be removed before playing. Index labels are present on two corners (opposite ones) to identify cards while they overlap. In the court cards also, there are few distinct profiles. Like the king of hearts is the only who has no moustache. The Ace of Spades is sometimes used as the trump card.