Card game for 3 persons with a 32-card Piquet deck. Each player receives 10 cards. The remaining 2 cards form a talon will be used by the declarer to improve his hand. Before the player takes widow he must order the game: not to take tricks, not to take hearts, not to take Jacks, not to take Dames, not to take two last tricks, not to take King, positive and negative jumble, tree round of "take tricks". This realization suggests variant of the cards by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, a French Neoclassical painter during the last quarter of the 18th century and the first quarter of the 19th.