Leekha is a partnership card game played by 4 players. It uses a standard deck of cards without jokers, and the game concludes when a player reaches 101 points or more, making the opposing team the winner.

Cards and Distribution

Each player is dealt 13 cards at the beginning of the game, and cards are arranged from weakest to strongest as follows:

2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 9 – 10 – J – Q – K – A.

How to Play

1.  Each player selects 3 cards and passes them, alternating between the player to their right and left in each round.

2.  The player to the right of the dealer starts by playing any card, and other players must play a card of the same type if they have it, or any card if they don't.

3.  The winner of the round takes the Leekha (the pile) and starts the next round.

4.  Players try to avoid collecting specific cards:

- Queen of spades.

- 10 of diamonds.

- All cards of hearts.

5.      The round ends when players run out of cards.

Leekha Principle

Players are obligated to apply the "Leekha" principle on the app when holding a 10 of diamonds or a queen of spades, and do not have a card of the initially played suit. In this case, they must play either of these cards. Leekha applies only to the 10 of diamonds and the queen of spades. If a player has both cards and Leekha applies, they can choose which one to play.


Points are calculated individually for each player, and if any player reaches 101 points or more during a round, the game continues until all cards are played. The team with the lowest total points wins. Points are scored as follows:

- 13 points for the queen of spades.

- 10 points for the 10 of diamonds.

- 1 point for each card of hearts.

If two players collectively accumulate 101 points or more during a round, the team with the lower total points wins.