Hola is played with a deck of 52 cards, most often in four players, with opposite pairs playing together.
Each player receives four cards and the first player plays a card. Other players must also play one card.
The starting player then decides whether to end or extend the round by playing another card.
At the end of the round, the trick is won by the last player who played a card of the same value as the first card or a trump card. According to the most common rules, sevens and twos are trumps.
After all cards have been played, players are awarded points. For each ace and ten won, the player receives 10 points and the winner of the last trick gets 10 more points.
One match consists of several games and points are accumulated. The whole match will then be won by the first person to reach a total of 300 points.
In Hola, however, you can strip your opponents. If you manage to win all the cards in one game (your opponent did not win a single trick), he loses all the points he has collected so far.
The application allows you to play Hola against computer-controlled opponents, you can select card graphics, set the animation speed and compare your score with other players.