To Play tarot against humans or AI
- Webtarot by Taroteam: easy installation and registration. The game with 3 or 4 players is free, but you must register (at very low cost) for playing the 5 players game. Interface is very nice.
- Foxtarot by Fabrice Renard: probably the best AI actually. Some options are free, others require a registration (not expensive).
- Objective Tarot: the oldest server on Internet to play French Tarot.
To learn the game
- Tarot TGV: a lot of quizz to test your skill.
- Beuselinck: 75 quizz to test your skill and a glossary.
- Rules of French Tarot: to learn the basic rules and variations.
- Fédération française: official site of the French Federation of Tarot.
- Jeux de tarot de collection: 115 decks of tarot cards from various times and regions.
Single user game
- Wintarot: Multilingual Software for Windows, Linux (Wine) et Mac (VirtualPC).
- Tarot Club: an open source software, for Windows, Linux and Mac.
- Testez votre niveau au tarot, by Daniel Daynes, Editions du Rocher, collection bridge et jeux. An excellent book with problems and commented deals, for intermediate and advanced players.
- Les 100 plus belles donnes de tarot, by Daniel Daynes and Thierry Bonnion, Éditions du Rocher, collection bridge et jeux. Deals analysis extracted from various tournaments.
- Le tarot moderne: la signalisation, by Daniel Daynes and E. Jeannin-Naltet, Éditions du Rocher, collection bridge et jeux. Standard signalisation well explained. For players of any level.
- Le tarot par l'exemple, by Thierry Bonnion, Editions Prat, collection jouez malin. An excellent book to learn the base and even a little more. The beginners will find useful tips and more advanced players will be able to refresh their knowledge.