When playing first, chooses the lowest card in hand. When playing 2nd or 3rd, plays the highest card that will not take the trick, otherwise, plays the lowest card of suit. When playing last, if there are points in the trick, plays the highest card that will not take the trick or if it must take the trick, plays the highest card of suit (avoiding the Queen of Spades). If playing last and there are no points in the trick, plays the highest card in hand. When the player is void in the lead suit, it will play its highest valued cards starting with QS, AS, AH, AD, AC, KS, KH, KD, KC, QH, QD, QC, etc.... Chooses the three highest valued cards where value is determined by the card number (Ace, King, Queen, etc) and suit (Spades, Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs). Playing: The pro computer evaluates each valid play by simulating random card distributions of the unseen cards taking into account which players are known to be void in particular suits.. Hearts Card Classic has three different difficulty settings so you can work your way up to playing like a pro. Statistics are kept for wins and losses and moon shots so you can see yourself improving over time. All cards are dealt randomly to all players, so the difference between the Easy, Standard, and Pro computer players is in how they choose to play the cards they are dealt. A hint button .