Bent Al Sbeet is a game for four players using a standard international 52-card pack. The game is normally played counter-clockwise.
13 cards are dealt to each player, the cards in each suit ranking from low to high:
Players must avoid taking tricks that have the following playing cards:
After passing the cards at the beginning of the round, players holding the Queen of Spades or the 10 of Diamonds can double them by exposing them to the other players. This means that the penalty for taking the Queen of Spades or the 10 of Diamonds will be doubled. If the two cards are doubled in the same round, then the Hearts suit cards are automatically doubled as well.
Players are given 13 points for the Queen of Spades, 10 points for 10 of Diamonds, and 1 point for each card of Hearts they take, in case of declaring cards all points will be doubled as we mentioned above.
If a player finishes the round without taking any of the cards that must be avoided, 10 points are deducted from his score and if in case of declaring that they will not eat any-card, he will receive -20.
If a player declares minus and ate the queen of spades or 10 of diamonds points will be calculated as follows :
The game ends when one of the players reach 151 point or more, the player with the lowest score wins. In case of a tie, more rounds are played until the tie is broken.
Leekha differs from Bent Al Sbeet in the following points: