Deals Rummy Format
Deals Rummy -13 Card Rummy Variant
What is Deals Rummy?
In Deals Rummy, players play with chips that are allocated at the beginning of the deal for pre-decided number of deals. One winner wins all the chips at the end of each deal. At the end of pre-decided number of deals, player with maximum number of chips is selected as the winner for the rummy game.
Winnings =(Entry Fee) X (Number of Players) - RummyCircle fees.
How is Deals Rummy Played on RummyCircle?
Deals Rummy on RummyCircle.com is a 2 to 6 player rummy game played typically with 1 or more packs of 53 cards each (including one printed joker per pack).
- At the beginning of a deals rummy game, each player seated will be allocated a fixed number of chips
- Players play with chips for a pre-decided number of deals.
- A toss will decide which player makes the first move.
- Each player is dealt a set of 13 cards randomly.
- First card from the pack is placed in the open deck indicating that the game has started.
- Remaining cards are placed face-down in the closed deck slot.
- A joker card is randomly selected at the beginning of each game.
- Printed Joker: In case a printed joker is selected as joker for a game, then players can also use Ace card of any suit as a joker in their sets and / or sequences.
- Objective : Arrange all 13 cards in-hand in sequences and/or sets.
- Each player takes turns to pick/discard a card from closed/open deck to complete sets and/or sequences.
- You can use one or more joker to complete your sets and/or sequences.
- You can move a card to the finish slot to declare your sets and sequences.
- To declare the player must show the cards in hand by grouping them in sets/sequences and clicking on 'Declare' button.
- Compulsory: To finish the game, you must declare at least two sequences, one of which must be a pure sequence.
- Caution: With two decks, you cannot use the same card twice in a set for instance 7 ♠ 7 ♠ 7 ♥ is not a validset.
- At the end of every deal, the winner will win chips from losing players depending on their score
- At the end of pre-decided number of deals, players are assigned ranks in the order of their chip count. The player with highest chip count on a table will be assigned highest rank. If there is a tie among players, players with tied chip count will play a tie breaker game to resolve ties
- Depending on the number of players that will be given prizes, players with higher chip counts will be given prizes.
How is the Scoring Done in Deals Rummy?
Deciding the winner : The first player to finish after meeting the game objective wins. The winner gets sum of chips from all losing players depending on their score.
Points calculation for the player who loses:
Each card carries a certain number of points. The losing player gets points equal to his/her hand score which is computed as follows :
- J, Q, K, A of any suit carry 10 points each.
- All other numbered cards carry the same points as their face value e.g. 7 carries 7 points and 3 carries 3 points.
- Joker cards carry zero points.
- At the end of the game, a losing player's hand score is computed by adding points for cards that are not grouped as sets/sequences with the following exceptions.
- If the losing player has no pure sequence, all cards are counted.
- If the losing player does not have two sequences, but has a pure sequence, only the pure sequence is not counted.
- A player can get a maximum of 80 points. For instance, if a player's hand score is 85 he/she will still get only 80 points. But if a player's hand score is 75, he/she will get 75 points.
- Deal Show: If the losing player has not had his first turn before the opponent has made a valid declaration, then :
- The losing player gets points equal to half of his/her hand score. For example, if the hand score for a losing player is 30 points, then the player gets 15 points as his score.
- The minimum points a losing player can get in this case is 2 (for scores 2, 3, 4, & 5).
- The maximum points for a losing player in this case is 40 (for scores 80 or more).
What are the Maximum Points a Player Can Get?
A player can get a maximum of 80 points. This means that irrespective of the player holding higher value cards, the points are capped at 80. Anything below 80 is awarded as is.
How are the Winnings Calculated in Deals Rummy?
One winner wins all the chips at the end of each deal as follows:
Winnings =Sum of points of all opponents assuming each chip is equal to one point.
E.g.: 6 players play a Deals Rummy game. Player 5 declares and the other four players lose with 10, 20, 30, 35 and 40 points respectively. The winner's chips will be calculated as 10 + 20 + 30 + 35 + 40 =135 chips.
How Does the Drop Option Work?
2 Player Games
- There is no option for players to drop a deal in 2 player games.
- If a player misses 3 consecutive turns, he/she is dropped automatically from the game with a score that is equal to the hand score, but capped at 40 points.
More than 2 player games
- Each player gets an option to drop the game in their turn, throughout the game duration.
- To avail the Drop option, the player must not have picked a card from open/closed deck in that turn.
- First Drop - If a player drops the game in their very first turn, he/she gets 20 points.
- Middle Drop - If a player drops the game in a turn other than the first, he/she gets 40 points.
- Special case: If a player misses 3 consecutive turns, he/she is dropped automatically from the game. This means that this player gets a middle drop score.
- Disconnection Scenario: On game table, under 'Options' 'Game Play Option', you can specify what should happen on the game table in case you get disconnected. You can choose to get dropped after 3 missed moves or you can remain on game table till you get reconnected.
What if I Miss Three Moves?
If a player misses 3 consecutive turns, he/she is dropped automatically from the game. This means that this player gets a middle drop score and loses 40 points. This is applicable on 2 and more than 2 player tables
What are chips and how are chips allocated?
- At the beginning of a deals rummy game, each player is allocated a fixed number of chips
- The chips are decided based on the number of deals to be played on that table as no. of players seated on the table X maximum score a player can get. E.g. If there are 6 deals to be played on a table, then 480 tournament chips are allocated to every player on that table at the beginning of the game.
How are chips settled at the end of a deal?
- One chip =One point in the game
- One winner wins all the chips at the end of each deal as follows:
- Winnings =(Sum of points of all opponents) X (1 tournament chip)
- E.g. there are 6 players on a table and Player 5 declares and the other five players lose with 10, 20, 30, 35 and 40 points respectively. The winner takes 10 + 20 + 30 + 35 + 40 =135 chips as winnings
- At the end of pre-decided deals, the player with the maximum number of chips will be declared as a winner.
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