Call Break Master is a strategic trick-taking card game.
This tash wala game is quite popular among South Asian countries like Nepal and India.
-There are multiple themes for cards and the background of the callbreak.
-Players can adjust the speed of the card game from slow to fast.
-Players can leave their card game on autoplay in Callbreak Master.
-The callbreak game aims to win the maximum number of cards, but it also breaks the bids of others.
Any callbreak player may deal first: subsequently the turn to deal passes to the right.The dealer deals out all the cards, one at a time, face down, so that each callbreak player has 13 cards. The callbreak players pick up their cards and look at them.
Starting with the tash player to dealer's right, and continuing counter-clockwise round the table, ending with the dealer, each tash player calls a number, which must be at least 2. (The maximum sensible call is 12.) This call represents the number of tricks which the tash player undertakes to win.
The callbreak player to dealer's right leads to the first trick, and subsequently the winner of each trick leads to the next. Spades are the trump cards in Callbreak.
To succeed, a card player must win the number of tricks called, or one more trick than the call. If a card player succeeds, the number called is added to his or her cumulative score. Otherwise the number called is subtracted.
There is no fixed end to the card game. Players continue for as long as they wish, and when the tash game ends the player with the highest score is the winner.
Localized name of the call break game:
- Callbreak (in Nepal)
- Lakdi, Lakadi (in India)