Monthly Archives: September 2010

There are so many different places to play rummy online that you can get in on a free rummy game almost anywhere you go. However, there are many rummy players who are looking for a little extra excitement when they … Continue reading

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Some people are afraid to start playing a new game because they are worried about how hard it will be to learn and start playing competitively. There are some card games that are easier to pick up than others and … Continue reading

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It makes no difference if you have never played rummy before or if you have been playing rummy for 30 years, we all have something we can learn about this game. It seems like a game this simple would be … Continue reading

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Are you a rummy fan that loves to play your favorite game online? The online rummy fan base is starting to grow and grow. In the past there were only a few places where you could play this game on … Continue reading

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The game is changing with online cards. No, the rules to your favorite game are still the same. The new wave of online card players is simply shifting to a new game. There are still a lot of players to … Continue reading

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Gin Rummy is a terrific two handed gambling game that is played all over the world by friends and strangers. The basic Gin Rummy game for gambling is usually played with three games going on at once. When opponent A … Continue reading

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Tripoley combines many elements of rummy and other games. The first version was created in 1932. At the end of the 1930s a game company from Chicago released a version of the game and later ended up with eight versions. … Continue reading

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Okey Rummy is also known as Turkish Rummy. The game is very similar to most other common Rummy games except it can be played with tiles or cards. Each player is dealt 14 cards out of 106 cards or 14 … Continue reading

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Tonk is a short version of rummy that is very similar to Gin Rummy. It a probably the most popular card game played in prisons, jails and institution in the USA. The game has a following that is less than … Continue reading

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There are many oriental games that use tiles instead of cards. these include Mah Jong, Pai Gow and several widely played games in China. Many of these games can be easily converted to card games as the rules can be … Continue reading

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