Hamro Call Break and JutPatti


Call Break and JutPatti – Hamro Cards

Explore the excitement of Call Break and JutPatti with Hamro Cards! If you’re a fan of Hearts, Euchre, or Canasta, CallBreak (Spades) is sure to capture your interest. Originating from Nepal and India, this card game has made its way to the Google Play Store, promising a delightful blend of mental exercise and entertainment for hours on end.

Dive into the world of strategy and skill as CallBreak challenges your intellect. Moreover, our app offers another gem – JutPatti, a game that demands quick thinking and guarantees a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Download our app now to indulge in the thrill of these popular card games!

Call Break

The exact origins of CallBreak remain uncertain, but many enthusiasts speculate that it shares roots with the trick-based game Spades. Widely enjoyed in Nepal and India, CallBreak, also known as Lakdi or Lakadi, has gained popularity for its unique variations. In this card game, the terminology diverges as “hand” replaces “trick,” and “call” substitutes for “bid.”

Following each deal, players are tasked with making a call, predicting the number of hands they can capture. The primary objective is to secure at least the predicted number of hands in a round and strategically attempt to disrupt other players’ progress, known as “breaking” them, by preventing them from achieving their designated call.

Deal & Call

CallBreak, a captivating card game featuring the trump card as the spade, engages four players using a standard 52-card deck. The game unfolds across five rounds, known as deals. The initial dealer is selected through a random process, and the cards are distributed counterclockwise from this starting point. With each player receiving 13 cards, the excitement kicks in as they begin the game by predicting the number of hands they expect to win.

The calling phase commences with the player to the left of the dealer being the first to place their call. Calls then progress in a counterclockwise rotation, ensuring that all four players contribute their predictions to the game. This dynamic sequence sets the stage for strategic gameplay and an immersive card-playing experience.


Following the placement of calls, the player positioned next to the dealer takes the initiative in the game. The initial player can throw any card, designating the suit of the thrown card as the lead suit for that round. Subsequently, the other three players are obliged to follow suit. In instances where the remaining players lack cards of the lead suit, they must break this pattern by playing a trump card – specifically, the spade card of any rank. If no spade of any rank is available, players can opt to throw any other card.

The hand is determined by the highest-ranking card of the lead suit, except in cases where the lead suit was broken by spade(s). In such instances, the highest-ranked spade card becomes the winner of the hand. The victorious player then takes the lead in the subsequent hand. This sequence unfolds for a total of 13 hands, after which a new deal commences, adding an element of strategy and anticipation to each round of gameplay.

Call Break

Scoring System

Following each round, players receive updates on their points based on their performance. If a player successfully captures at least the number of hands predicted in their calls, they earn one point for each captured hand. Additionally, for any extra hands beyond their calls, players receive one-tenth of a point (0.10) for each additional hand. For instance, if a player predicts three calls and manages to capture four hands, they would accumulate 3.1 points.

Conversely, if a player falls short of capturing the number of hands they called, they incur a penalty. In this case, the player receives a negative point for each unfulfilled call. For example, if a player bets on four calls but captures only two hands, they would be assigned -2 points for that round. This scoring system adds a strategic element, encouraging players to accurately assess and predict their performance in each round of the game.


The player with the highest accumulated points at the conclusion of the fifth round emerges as the victor in the CallBreak game.


Jutpatti (जुटपत्ती) stands out as one of the simplest and perhaps the initial card game learned by individuals in Nepal and India.

The rules are straightforward. Jutpatti involves an odd number of cards (5, 7, 9, 11). After each player receives the required cards, the ‘joker’ is determined by the top card of the remaining deck. Players aim to create card pairs, ensuring that each pair equals the ‘joker’ number. Until all pairs are formed, participants discard, draw from the deck, or collect cards thrown by others. The player who successfully pairs all their cards first emerges as the winner.

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