All Fours games and variations are each scored using a unique method. This method carries across all of the All Fours games, although additional scores are sometimes added in. There are four specific scores. “High” awards one point if you hold the highest trump during play. “Low” awards one point if you held the lowest trump in your hand (not if you won the trick containing the lowest trump). “Jack” awards one point if you win a trick with the jack of trumps. If the jack was not dealt, no point is given. “Game” awards one point if your team contains the most valuable number of tricks.
In determining the highest tricks, aces of any suit are worth four points, kings are worth three points, queens are worth two points, jacks are worth one point, and tens are worth ten points. If both you and your opponent have the same number of trick points, neither of you wins the one Game point. When it's close to the end of a game, the points are counted in the order High, Low, Jack, and Game to determine who has reached seven first. This makes it impossible for the two teams to tie.