Court Piece

What is Court Piece (Rung) Game?

Court Piece game is a thrilling trick-taking game popular in India and Pakistan. This game is also known as Court Pees, Coat Piece card game, and a variety of other similar names. This game is known as Rung or Rang in Pakistan. Court Piece is a four-player game played in two partnerships. Each player sits across from his or her partner at the table. The standard 52-card deck is used in this game.

How to Play Court Piece?

Check how to play court piece:-

  1. Cards
  • The cards in the standard deck are ranked as follows from highest to lowest: Ace, King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.
  1. Partnership
  • Partnerships and the first dealer can be determined in a variety of ways, withdrawing for low cards being one of the most common.
  1. Dealing
  • The dealer starts by shuffling the deck and passing it to the player to his immediate right, who cuts the deck. He then returns the deck to the dealer and deals in a counterclockwise rotation.
  • At the start, each player is dealt five face-down cards.
  • Following the distribution of the first batch of cards, the player to the dealer's immediate right, known as the Trump Caller, picks up and examines his cards before declaring the trump suit for the hand.
  • The other players should wait until the Trump Caller has chosen the trump suit for the hand before picking up their cards.
  • Following the trump selection, the dealer distributes the remaining cards in four-card packets, resulting in four-card packets for each player.
  1. Play of Trump Caller
  • The first card is then led to the first trick by the Trump Caller.
  • In a counterclockwise rotation, each subsequent player adds one card to the trick.
  • When playing a trick, a player must play a card from the suit that led to the trick if he has one.
  • If he does not have such a card, he may play any card from his hand, including a trump suit card, to do the trick.
  • The trick is won by whoever has the highest trump card in the court piece card game.
  • Each trick's winner advances the first card to the next trick.
  • As tricks are won, the winner gathers the cards in the trick and places them by his side.
  • They should be placed face down so that the other players can see how many tricks the player has won.

Court Piece Rules

The following are the court piece rules.


After all thirteen tricks have been completed, the hand is scored as follows:

  • The team that wins seven or more tricks during the hand is said to have won the deal.
  • If a team wins seven consecutive deals, they receive one Court.
  • When either team scores a court, the count resets to zero, as does the number of consecutive deals a team has won.
  • If a team wins the first seven consecutive tricks of a hand, they not only win the deal, but they also win one Court right away. This is sometimes referred to as a goon court.
  • If a team wins every trick in a hand, they win a whopping 52 Courts. This is known as a bavney or 52-court.

Additional Rules

  • To save time, once one team wins seven tricks in a row, the rest of the hand is skipped, and that team is declared the winner.
  • This includes when a team wins the first seven tricks in a row for one Court.
  • They will, however, sometimes continue to play the hand if they believe they can score a 52-court.
  • If the current dealer's team wins the deal, the next hand is dealt by the player to his immediate right.
  • If the Trump Caller's team wins the deal but does not score a Court on the hand, the same dealer shuffles and deals the next hand.
  • If the Trump Caller's team wins a Court on the hand, the previous dealer's partner becomes the dealer on the next hand.
  • The Trump Caller for the hand is the player to the right of the current dealer.
  • Before the game begins, all of the players usually agree on a set playtime.
  • After this time has passed, the current hand is completed, and the team with the most Courts is declared the winner.
  • The game concludes in a draw if both sides have earned the same number of Courts.

You can play online court piece or offline court piece.

Optional Rules and Variations

Trump Card Show: Instead of calling a specific trump suit, in this variant, the Trump Caller chooses one of his first five cards and places it face up on the table. The suit of the chosen card determines the trump suit for the hand. Even though this card remains on the table in front of the player, it is still considered a part of the Trump Caller's hand. As a result, he would play this card at the right time, just as if it were in his hand.

Trump Deferred: Another form that is occasionally used permits the Trump Caller to postpone the choice of the trump suit. If the Trump Caller does not choose to choose a suit from his initial group of cards, the first card dealt with the Trump Caller from the next batch is turned over and sets the trump suit. This card is believed to be a part of the Trump Caller's hand, and he may use it in a trick as if it were still in his actual hand.

Double Sir: With one exception, Double Sir is played exactly like Court Piece. This change, however, is big enough that it can radically alter the tactics used by the game's players. Completed tricks in Double Sir, also known as Double Sar, are simply turned face down and left in the center of the table until the same player wins two consecutive tricks. At this point, the player who has won these consecutive tricks gathers the cards for this trick as well as all previous cards from tricks that are still in the center of the table and sets them face down beside himself for later totaling.

After capturing the center pile, any player must win two consecutive tricks to capture the cards in the center of the table. If there are still completed tricks in the center of the table after the last trick is won, the player who won the last trick captures all previously uncaptured cards. At the end of the hand, each partnership is credited with the number of tricks won based on the number of four card tricks they have in their possession. This game is played just like Court Piece in terms of scoring and all other factors.

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Court PFAQs

1.) How do you play court pieces?

Court Piece is a card game where players must get highest points to win.

2.) How do you win a court piece?

The team that wins seven or more tricks during the hand is said to have won the deal in court piece.

3.) What is ace rule in court piece?

Ace is the highest card in court piece.