Proter is a popular Rummy game played in the Sri Lanka region of the world predominantly. The name Proter comes from the wild card or chosen joker. Each hand and round in rummy is said to have a Proter starting … Continue reading →
Marriage is a Rummy game that uses three decks of cards in order to play the game. The game fist gained popularity in the Kathmandu Valley area of Nepal, and is a well played game in the Bhutan region as … Continue reading →
Lobo de Menos is a popular rummy game the world over, but particularly in Latin American speaking locations. The game is played with two to five players like Kaluki and many other rummy game variations.
Kaluki, also sometimes spelled Kalookie is a popular rummy game variant in Britain and it is spreading around the globe. Rules of Kaluki referenced in this blog come predominantly from the Victoria Sporting Club Kaluki Rules as well as some … Continue reading →
Indian Rummy is also known as Paplu and is very popular in India. The area of Maharashtra State has a particular fetish for Paplue games and the game play extends in popularity from the poorest on the streets to the … Continue reading →