Indian Rummy is played between 2 to 5 players with 13 cards in India. The aim is to form the groups of sequences and trials/sets to meet the game requirements. Jokers can be used to form the sequences or sets if at least one pure sequence is arranged.
Variations of Rummy
Rummy is also written as Rammy in some parts of the country, and pronounced as /ˈrəmē/. There are several variations of the Rammy game, among which the 13 card variation is the most popular among Indian people.
The main objective of the Indian Rummy game is to create a pure sequence of cards (example: JQK) of the same suit or set (example: AAA) same value cards. When a player forms required Runs and Sets using the cards in hand, a player can declare a game.
Indian Rummy is mostly played between 4 players with 13 cards each, and with 2 decks of card. In Indian Rummy, a player must have a pure sequence (First Life), pure or impure sequence (Second Life) as a set of four cards to show or declare a game.
If a player is unable to make pure sequence (First Life), then the player will get counted 80 points in total.
If a player is able to make pure sequence (First Life) then the rest of the invalid sets of cards will be counted. You can get more information about the game in the help section of the game. For more information about how to play the game, refer to the Help section inside the game.
We hope you enjoy playing this Rummy (or, Rammy, Rami) whatever you call it in your language. Keep playing Indian Rummy!