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Rummy Variations

Online Rummy Tournament

Rummy Tournaments at RummyCircle are the simplest and the most economical way to pure fun. RummyCircle is the largest Rummy site conducting the most engaging types of Rummy tournaments with the largest Cash prizes on offer.

What are the types of Rummy Tournaments on RummyCircle?

Cash Rummy Tournaments: Cash Rummy tournaments are those that are played for Real Cash and have Real Cash Prizes (in INR). These tournaments run 24x7 and are a big hit with Rummy lovers all across India. To play Cash Rummy tournaments, one has to add Cash to their RummyCircle account.

Promotional Rummy Tournaments: Promotional Rummy Tournaments are those that have no entry fee but offer prizes in Real Cash. They are offered throughout the day based on Promotional Tournaments' Schedule (as displayed on the RummyCircle website). Some of our popular promotional tournaments are:

  • Mega Rummy Tournament: Month-long rummy tournament with the highest Cash prizes. Qualifiers are conducted through-out the month with the final round generally at month-end.
  • Jhatpat Tournament: Free entry rummy tournament with real Cash prizes.
  • X-Up Tournament: A unique rummy tournament wherein RummyCircle pays on your behalf, so you have more fun.
  • Diwali Rummy Tournament: A much awaited annual rummy tournament conducted every year during Diwali. 33 Lakhs* were given out as Cash prizes in Diwali Rummy Tournament, 2011.

Practice Rummy Tournaments: Practice Rummy Tournaments are those that have entry fee and prizes in Practice Chips. Chips won or lost in Practice Tournaments currently have no actual cash value. Entry to Practice Tournaments is free and open for all RummyCircle players. Practice Rummy Tournaments also run 24x7.

How to Play Rummy Tournaments Conducted at RummyCircle?

All Rummy Tournaments are conducted in knock-out style wherein two players play a set of two games against each other in each round. In each game, turns alternate between the two players and each player has 30 seconds to make a move. The winner is the player who has the lowest total score after the two games.

Rummy Tournaments - Your Ticket to Unlimited Fun

Online Rummy Tournaments at RummyCircle are more often an exact replica of the offline mode of playing rummy with physical cards. But the fun lies in being able to play right from your desk or the comfort of your own home with not just your friends and family members but with Rummy lovers from all across India. RummyCircle is the largest Indian Rummy site with 32,00,000+ players and the rummy tournaments conducted here are by far the largest rummy tournaments ever conducted by an Indian Rummy site.

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