Rummy Game Variations
Rummy Game Variations
The game of rummy normally consists of players putting together runs (3 or more consecutive cards of the same suit) or groups of 3 or more of the same card face value. These groups are what make rummy a very interesting game and it only gets more exciting when one player lays down some cards, because now you can play off of these cards too. Another popular variation of rummy is called Gin Rummy. In this popular version players never lay down their cards until they can go out. This makes for a longer and more thought out game in most cases. Some players prefer Gin Rummy because it allows them to hold on to their own cards until they are ready to win. This style of rummy is also a more personal challenge because you are not playing off of the other player’s cards in this case.
There are many different types of rummy games and variations of the standard rummy rules. If you have been playing the regular rummy game for a long time it may time to change things up and start playing a different style of rummy. By mixing up the rules that you and your friends are using at your rummy game you can add a much needed since of variety to the game. This allows all the players at your card night experience a new way to play and you never know you may find a rummy style that you like better than the original. If you are interested in learning some of the most popular rummy game variations, you may consider visiting some online rummy gaming web sites. You will be able to find a variety of rummy game rules and then you will be able to play the different games to see if you enjoy the way the game is played before you choose to bring it to your card playing friends for review.
There are plenty of web sites to play this game at. If you are already confident of your rummy game skills you may want to play for cash and there are some sites that offer a variety of rummy games for cash players. For those who are just interested in learning there are also plenty of free places to play this game online, so have fun and go Rummy!
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