Teen Do Panch (3-2-5)

Teen Do Panch (3-2-5) is a very popular traditional card game. It is commonly played in India and Pakistan. "3-2-5" is very similar to bridge, except that there are three players instead of four, and all play individually. There are a total of 3+2+5 = 10 possible hands (or tricks). On each hand, the highest of the led suit wins unless it is trumped. Features: The game-play is designed to play using just one hand. This android game can be played as single player (offline). (WiFi Multiplayer, and Online Multiplayer coming soon in just few days). Earn gold coins by playing offline and use them to bet in online games. No VIP players, everyone is equal. No background hidden process. Means, best optimized for battery usage. Which means, you can play for several hours while travelling. Game Rules: Each player becomes the dealer one by one. The dealer has to make 2 tricks, the next person (who chooses the trump) 5, and the third 3. Dealing the Cards - first distribute a set of 5 cards to each, as a single block of 5. The first person dealt to chooses the trump suit. Then the cards are dealt either as another block of 5 to each player, or in a variant, in sets of 3 and two. If the player choosing the trump does not like his first 5 cards, she may decide to ask the next set of 2 cards to be shown to all and the suit with the highest card in those 3 becomes the trump. First lead is by the player setting the trump, subsequent ones are by the one who wins the trick. In the end if someone makes more than what is required of him (like the dealer makes 4 instead of 2), then he is either "owed" tricks in the next round by those that made fewer than they were required to, or instead can 'pick' a card each for the extra tricks in the next round (the choice is on the part of the person who "owes" the tricks) i.e. if player 1 (the dealer) makes 4 and player 2 makes 2 (instead of 3) and player 3 makes 4 (instead of 5), then player 1 has the option of pulling one card each from the cards of player 2 and player 3 in the next round. In return, he can give back any of his unwanted (usually small) cards as long as he can show 2 cards of the same suit (in some regions, instead of 2, only 1 card of the same suit is necessary). If anyone does not get the Trump, re-deal needs to be done.
LicenseFree
Version1.2
Operating System Android

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