Tuppi is a variant of Minnesota whist played in northern Finland. The major difference between Tuppi and Minnesota Whist is the scoring. In Tuppi, only one team can have points at a time, and consequently the points required to win a game must be collected in consecutive hands, without opponents scoring in between.
Tuppi is not normally played for money, and formerly people played Tuppi when their economic situation did not allow them to play Sökö. Nowadays, there are Tuppi clubs in Lapland, and they organize a Finnish Championship tournament.