Rummy Rules


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Rated Table
At the beginning of the game Players receive 13 cards each. The rest of the cards are laid face down on the one side of the table (stock pile) and a single card is drawn from the stock pile and i laid down face up (discard pile). The aim of the game is to lay all the cards down in groups of equal rank and suit sequence (at least of 3 cards, e.g. 5C 5D 5H, 8C 9C 10C)

The starting player draws one card from one of the piles. If there is more than one card on the discard pile, then the player is allowed to take one or more cards from the pile, starting from the lowest card in the pile that could be melded or laid off.

After drawing a card, the player may display a group of cards or a suit sequence on the table to earn points Laying Off You can add a card or cards to groups or sequences

Player must discard a single card to the discard pile. Card that was drawn from the discard pile can not be discarded on the same turn. Cards

Scoring Value
Ace can be scored for 15 points or 1 point depending on how it was used when melding or laying off. 10's, Jack's, Queens's King's - 10 points Cards from 2 to 9 are scored from 2 to 9 respectively. For melding groups or sequences, player receives points which are a sum of the score value each melded card represents e.g. 9H 10H JH = 9+10+10=29 points If the round has ended, the sum of remaining of points of the remaining cards is subtracted from the overall sum of the points. The game ends when one of the players reaches a specific number of points (100, 200 or 500) or is out of time-such player always loses. The winner is a player with highest total score which is a sum of scores of all the rounds played.

How to Invite
Invite from Rummy table after you create your table on the bottom of page. You will see 3 colorful people. When the list pops up of people in the room, move arrow to gray circle with triangle. Click on it and click where it says "invite to table".