How to Play Rummy Videos
This is the classic and the most popular format of Rummy where points are assigned to each card. The points have a pre-decided rupee value. Winning amount of the winner is decided based on the remaining points of other players. The 13 card game format is preferred due its fast pace as the game lasts for only one round unlike Deals or Pool Rummy. Watch the demo to learn more
This format was introduced exclusively for the benefit of our players. All players are given an equal number of chips where they play for a pre-decided number of deals. One winner wins all the chips at the end of each deal. Player with maximum number of chips, at the end of all pre-decided deals, wins the game. Watch the demo to know more.
Pool Rummy is one of the most exciting 13 card game rummy version that you can enjoy on our website. All players pay a fixed entry fee that becomes the prize pool. More than winning, one needs to minimize losses! Winner of every deal gets 0 points, and the rest accumulate points based on their cards. Once a player reaches the maximum limit of points on the table (101 or 201), he/she is eliminated. Watch the demo to find out how Pool Rummy is played.
Cards can be grouped in two ways. This prevents useful cards from getting discarded by mistake.
Quick Look at the Rules
Meld your cards - put them into sets or sequences.
Pick a Card
Cards can be picked from the open or the closed deck.
Discard a Card
Learn the three ways of discarding a card.
Finish the game
The game can be finished in three ways.
Declare Your Sets and Sequences
All your cards in sets and sequences? Time to declare!