RummyCircle And You – Quiz-O-Mania For Fans!

RummyCircle And You – Quiz-O-Mania For Fans!

RummyCircle And You – Quiz-O-Mania For Fans!

We know you’re someone who loves to play Rummy online. Excitement silently rushes and makes you a part of itself every time you start playing Rummy. Fortunately, you can do a lot more while playing the game than you already do – you might find out things everyday you never knew about, who knows!

Have you ever thought whether you know the game well or not? Here’s a chance to challenge yourself. Wait, let us confuse you before starting the quiz – does mathematics play an integral role in making decisions for this game? What devices can online Rummy be played on? Is it mandatory to play practice games before the real cash games? If you’ve already started questioning yourself, we can tell you it’ll be fun.


Shall we begin? Here we go –

  • How many cards does a player deal with?
  1. 9
  2. 15
  3. 13 or 21
  • What’s the origin of Rummy?
  1. India
  2. United States of America
  3. China
  • Open deck is also called –
  1. Discard Pile
  2. Pool Pile
  3. Stock Pile
  • Minimum how many sequences do one need for a valid declare?
  1. 2
  2. 1
  3. Not required
  • Is a tie possible in an online game of Rummy?
  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Not sure

Well, if it’s going too well for you yet, scroll down for one level up and keep guessing!

  • Identify pure sequence from these –
  1. 5, 6, 7, 8
  2. 5, 6, Joker
  3. Joker, A, A
  • Which of these jokers don’t exist?
  1. Paper Joker
  2. Aces Joker
  3. Cut Joker
  • Which card should you have discarded if you were to reduce the load of points?
  1. Queen
  2. Joker Card
  3. Wild Cards
  • What is not an impure sequence?
  1. 5 Q7 8 PJ
  2. 56 7
  3. 67 Q 9
  • Which of these don’t carry 10 points each?
  1. King
  2. Jack
  3. Joker

Good job done! You’re now 5 questions away from knowing your level of understanding of the game and the love for RummyCircle –

  • Which of these is not a variant of RummyCircle?
  1. Deals Rummy
  2. Pool Rummy
  3. 102 Rummy
  • What’s the cash limit where you can decrease or increase the limit to a permissible maximum account?
  1. 24 Hour limit
  2. Monthly Limit
  3. I don’t think that’s allowed
  • Deadwood cards – what’s that?
  1. Another term for a standard deck
  2. Cards that have no sets or sequences
  3. Any cards with two sequences
  • How many points do you get for a valid declaration?
  1. 1
  2. 10
  3. 0
  • You can play rummy on the following devices –
  1. Mobile app for android and iOS devices
  2. Web-based version/Mobile Website
  3. All the above

It’s time for the results now! Are you as excited as we are?

  • 13 or 21
  • United States of America
  • Discard Pile
  • 2
  • No
  • 5, 6, 7, 8
  • Aces Joker
  • Queen
  • 56 7
  • Joker
  • 102 Rummy
  • Monthly Limit
  • Cards that have no sets or sequences
  • 0
  • All the above

Grading Yourself

If you answered all of them correctly – get ready to be given the title of RummyCircle Master!

If you got 10-12 right – Call yourself a person who has knowledge and is reaching the level of expertise.

If you scored between 6-10 – You’re a player, but you know the basics as of now.

Anything below 6 – Play as many practice games as you can until you reach the level of expertise and find yourself confident enough to play real cash rummy games.

We hope this helped every online Rummy enthusiast brush up their skills and know a little more about themselves and the game!

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