In this step-by-step call break rules for solo, online, and multiplayer, we will teach you how to play call break like a pro!
At first glance, Call Break looks like a complicated card game with many rules. But, I assure you, it is a piece of cake.
When you understand the basic rules, all you need to do is practice. You can practice by playing solo or online.
Like other card games, if you want to become a pro player, you might need to remember cards and learn to trick opponents. You will learn this skill with experience. So, before you start playing with your friends, we recommend you to practice the rules in offline single-player mode.
With our app, you will become habituated to the rules in no time. Then, you can play the multiplayer mode.
Before we jump into the rules of the call break game, let me warn you. Callbreak has interesting gameplay, so can be very addicting.
Important Call Break Card Game Rules
These are the main callbreak rules that you should remember.
- Spade is the trump suit of the game.
- A spade card will defeat any card of other suits– no matter the rank. For example, 2 of Spade has more power than Ace of any other suit.
- The game is played in 5 rounds. The players take turns to deal the card. Usually, each player picks a random card from the deck to decide the first dealer. The one who gets the lowest card should shuffle and deal the first round in clockwise direction.
- The player sitting left to the dealer should make the first call. However, in some parts of Nepal, the game is played counter clockwise direction. So, the player right to the dealer starts the game.
- The dealer makes the last call.
- A set is completed when each player throws one card each. The player with highest card wins the set. The winning player collects the cards in each set. The total number of cards is counted at the end of the round to determine the points. Usually, the game is won after 5 rounds. Players can also decide the number of rounds with mutual understanding.
- When a player throws a card, the other player must throw a higher card of the same suit. If they don’t have a higher value card of the same suit, they are free to throw any card of the same suit.
- When a player doesn’t have any card of the suit being played, he must throw a spade card. If he doesn’t have any spade card, he can then throw any card of his choice.
- A round should be re-dealt in the following cases: a) If one of the players doesn’t get any spade suit (trump) card. b) If one of the players doesn’t get any face card (J, Q, K, A) of any suit. c) The sum of the individual calls (bet) is less than 8.