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Rummy

Rating: 3.5
Rating: 3.5 (96 Votes)

  Rating: 3.5 (96 Votes)
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Rummy

Rummy is a popular card game for the whole family that is played with a standard deck of 52 cards. The objective of the game is to form sets and runs by collecting matching cards and arranging them in specific combinations. The game is typically played by 2 to 6 players, and the goal is to be the first player to get rid of all the cards in their hand.

To play Rummy, each player is dealt a certain number of cards, depending on the variation being played. The remaining cards are placed face-down on the table to form the draw pile, and one card is turned face-up to start the discard pile. On their turn, players can either draw a card from the draw pile or pick up the top card from the discard pile.

The objective is to form sets, which are groups of three or four cards of the same rank, and runs, which are three or more consecutive cards of the same suit. Players can also add cards to existing sets or runs on the table to create new combinations. The game continues with players taking turns and making moves until one player has no cards left in their hand or the draw pile runs out.

Rummy requires strategy, observation, and careful planning. Players must decide which cards to keep, which to discard, and how to arrange them to form valid sets and runs. The game combines luck and skill, making it engaging and enjoyable for players of all ages. Enjoy playing Rummy online on Silvergames.com!

Controls: Touch / Mouse

Rummy rules:

1. Dealing: Each player is dealt a certain number of cards, depending on the variation being played. In most variations, players are dealt 13 cards each.

2. Gameplay: The game begins with a player drawing a card from the draw pile or the top card from the discard pile. The player then has the option to either form sets and runs with the drawn card or discard a card from their hand.

3. Sets and Runs: A set consists of three or four cards of the same rank, but different suits. For example, 8 of Hearts, 8 of Diamonds, and 8 of Clubs form a set. A run consists of three or more consecutive cards of the same suit. For example, 5 of Spades, 6 of Spades, and 7 of Spades form a run.

4. Turns: Players take turns clockwise, drawing a card and then discarding a card. The goal is to form valid sets and runs in their hand or add cards to existing sets and runs on the table.

5. Going Out: When a player has formed all their cards into valid sets and runs, they can "go out" by getting rid of their remaining cards in a final discard. The player must have at least one set or run on the table to go out.

6. Scoring: After a player goes out, the other players count the value of the cards remaining in their hands. Face cards (King, Queen, Jack) are worth 10 points each, and numbered cards are worth their face value. The player with the lowest total score wins the game.

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