The Rummy Rules for Various Rummy Variants
There are many variants of Rummy games, each one with a certain set of
Rummy rules that players need to know. But since all the games are
categorized under the Rummy family of games, they have certain similarities
especially regarding the general flow of the game. These similarities are
retained in almost all the games. First, Rummy games follow the draw and
discard flow, which means that the players will draw a card from the deck
then discard a card from their hand.
Here are Rules for most of the Rummy
versions sorted by the A-z :
To set up a game of Gin Rummy, you need two players and a standard deck
consisting of 52 decks. The two players will then select the dealer
Kalooki 51and Kalooki 40
Kalooki 51 and Kalooki 40 are two out of the many different variants of
Rummy. Though not as popular as the Gin games, the Kalooki games also have
their own strengths that attract Rummy players from all over the world.
Oklahoma Gin is one of those games you just have to know how to play.
Fortunately for avid players of Rummy, the basic Oklahoma Gin rules are not
hard to learn.
To play Progressive Rummy, memorizing the Progressive Rummy rules is just
not enough. It is also highly important to know and remember the different
contracts of each deal.
Rummikub rules are not hard to understand, but they sure are a bit more
complicated than the basic rules of other Rummy variants.
The game is played following the draw and discard pattern. Once the
player cards are dealt, another card is dealt and placed face up on the
table for all the players to see.
500 also known as 500 Rum
500 Rummy is a commonly played variant of Rummy, but its rules
are mostly similar to the general set of Rummy rules except for certain
Traditional Rummy, as is obvious in the name itself, is the
classic form of Rummy. This version of the game, however, is ironically not
the most popular.