When should you shoot the moon in hearts?
Shooting the moon is when you want to win all the hearts and the Queen of spades. If you succeed, you gain no points that round and every other player gains 26 points (in some circles, you have an option to instead take 26 points off your score).
What does shoot the moon mean?
To hit the moon, with a rocket or by other means. (figurative, by extension) To attain great heights, a high value, or a numerically high measurement. (card games) To achieve the lowest or highest score possible, such that the player is usually rewarded with bonus points.
How do you photograph the moon?
If your Android phone or tablet has a telephoto lens, your best bet is to use that one instead of the wide-angle lens to focus on the Moon. Use your camera’s built-in camera app to adjust the shutter speed until the Moon looks properly exposed.
What is shooting the moon in hearts?
Generally speaking, your goal in a round of Hearts is to take the fewest points. However, if you manage to take all 26 points in a round, this is called “shooting the moon,” and you get to subtract 26 points from your total instead.