Rummy is a mind-sharpening game that tests your mental and cognitive skills. You can become the master of the game with daily practice. Junglee Rummy has practice tables specially designed for beginners. The rules of our game are pretty simple and you can get a hold of them by playing once or twice. We have an easy-to-understand tutorials section where you can easily learn how to play rummy.
There are many variations of the game that are played worldwide. However, all variants follow the basic principle of draw and discard and there are only minor changes in rules.
This game has been played at family get-togethers for centuries, and its popularity has been growing day by day. We provide the very best of this classic card game’s variations at one place so that you can enjoy the game without any hassle.
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Get a rush of adrenaline by competing in the fast and furious Points Rummy format. It (the 13-card format) is a card game played by two to six players. It is a hot favourite of people who play the game for cash. If there are only two players at a table, a standard deck with 52 cards plus a Joker is used. If there are more than two players at the table, then two decks of 52 cards each plus two printed Jokers (106 cards in total) are used.
Each player must stake the pre-decided table amount at the beginning of a cash game. Which one of the players gets to make the first move in Points Rummy is decided by dealing one card each at random, and each player is dealt 13 cards at random after that. The game begins when the first card from the pack is placed on the table face up to form the open deck, and the remaining cards are placed face down to form the closed deck. Moreover, a wild Joker is selected at random and the marvelous game begins! After that, all the cards with the same value irrespective of suits become wild Jokers in the game.
The objective of this game is to arrange all the 13 cards in one’s hand in sequences, or sequences and sets. Once the game starts, every player takes turns to pick cards from the closed/open deck and discard cards to the open deck and pursue the objective of arranging the cards in required sequences, or sequences and sets. If you want to learn it in detail, check out our game tutorial section. If you want to start playing now, it would be best to play practice rummy games at first and then move to cash tables.
It’s time to move to the fast lane to play single-deal games and win quick cash. A game of Points Rummy has a pre-decided point value. Each game lasts for only one deal and the sole winner wins all the cash at the end of each game.
Don't let your opponents win by luck - challenge them to a true test of skills in Deals Rummy. In this game game where chips are allocated to players at the beginning of the game for a pre-decided number of deals. In this format of rummy, the winner wins all the chips at the end of each deal. The player with the highest number of chips at the end of all deals is declared the winner in Deals Rummy.
On Junglee Rummy, you can play rummy online for 2, 3, 4 or 6 deals and become a true champion of the game. At the beginning of the game, a toss is made to decide which player will make the first move and a wild Joker is selected randomly. After that, each player is dealt 13 cards at random. Once the cards have been dealt, the first card from the pack is placed face up to form the open deck, and the remaining cards are placed face down to build the closed deck.
The objective of this game is the same as that of Points Rummy. A player can get a maximum of 80 points in Deals Rummy irrespective of the cards that he/she holds as points are capped at 80.
Showcase your expertise in the most enduring format! Pool Rummy is one of the most popular variations of 13 cards rummy. Play 101 or 201 pool points games and fight it out to emerge as the ultimate champion. In this game, players are eliminated once their scores reach the maximum points limit on the table, i.e., 101 points pool or 201 points pool.
Playing the Pool Rummy is just like playing Points Rummy except for the factor of elimination, which makes the game significantly different from other formats of rummy games online. The winning player in each deal gets zero points. This game is almost similar to that of Points Rummy. However, the element of elimination makes the game a lot more competitive than other variants.
Pool Rummy is played using two or more standard packs of 53 cards each including one printed Joker per pack. The game is played between 2 to 6 players, and 13 cards are dealt at random in this version. Due to the factor of elimination, Pool Rummy takes longer to end. Once a player reaches the maximum limit set for a particular Pool Rummy table, he is eliminated from the rummy game. Once a player loses a game, the points that he loses get carried over to the next round of the online rummy game.
For example, in a game of 101 pool, you can play with a total of 4 players. In case a player loses a game with 80 points, his points are carried to the next round. Again, if the same player loses with 40 points, he stands eliminated from the game since his total accumulated points would be 120 (80+40), which is more than 101. Pool Rummy continues until there is only one player left whose total points do not exceed 101 pool points.
Players need to pay a fixed entry fee to play online Pool Rummy. The entry fee collected from all the players forms the prize pool. A random toss is made to decide which player will make the first move in a Pool Rummy game.
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It’s no secret that tournaments are the most exciting way to play Rummy online. Enter the ultimate arena of online rummy tournaments to play and battle it out to become a proud tourney champion. We host some of the most exciting tournaments with free and paid entries and gives you a chance to get huge cash payouts. So participate in our exciting tournaments and win whopping big cash prizes!
On Junglee Rummy, you can play cash tournaments with real money. If you want to add cash to your account to start playing rummy games online tournaments, just click on “Add Cash Instantly” in the game lobby. You can instantly join cash rummy game online tournaments and win real cash prizes.
Each tournament has a limited number of seats. The total number of players in our tournaments varies, depending on the number of players registering to compete. Each table has the capacity to accommodate 6 players maximum. You will be seated at one of the many tables and will be allocated a fixed number of tournament chips. The winner of the tournament wins chips from the losing players according to the points scored by them.
Each player gets 30 seconds to make his/her move on each turn. If a player does not complete his/her move within the allocated time of 30 seconds, the game continues and the next player gets his/her turn. If a player misses three consecutive turns, he/she is eliminated from the round with the score of a middle drop. A player can finish a rummy game online by discarding a card to the Finish slot and then the other players have to show their cards.
When the pre-decided number of deals is over, the players are assigned ranks according to the number of their chips. The player with the highest number of chips gets the highest rank and progresses to the next round to compete with the winners of the other tables. For example, if 12 tables are competing in a tournament with 6 players at each table, 12 winners from 12 tables (1 from each table) will proceed to the next level to compete with each other.
The player who declares a valid hand first gets zero points. In the rummy game, all the face cards are worth 10 points each and the other, numbered cards carry points equal to their face values. All the wild and printed Jokers carry zero points in rummy games. If a player drops on his/her first turn, he/she gets 20 points and if he/she drops after the first pick, he/she gets 40 points in the game. A player who declares without completing the objective of the game gets 80 points.
In the game of online rummy, losing players get points equal to the total value of the cards in their hands. If a losing player has formed no pure sequence, the points of all the cards in his/her hand are added up. If a losing player has formed two sequences out of which one is a pure sequence, then only points of the cards that are not arranged in sequences or sets are added up. A losing player can get a maximum score of 80 points. And a player who misses three consecutive turns gets a middle drop of 40 points and is automatically dropped from the game.
13-Card Rummy is a card game that sharpens one’s mental skills. In this variant, you need to arrange the 13 cards in your hand in sequences or sequences and sets. It is purely a skill-based game and the only luck factor involved is the cards that you are dealt at random at the beginning of the rummy game. A skilled player can easily improve and arrange the cards in their hand by discarding cards that are unlikely to be helpful and picking favourable cards.
Typically, a 13-card rummy game is played between 2 or more players and the cards are dealt in a clockwise direction. The rule of the game is to deal 13 cards each to the players. To win, you have to form sequences, or sequences and sets, with the 13 cards you are dealt. A card is picked randomly from the deck of the remaining cards, which are left after dealing, to act as a Joker. The Joker can be used to substitute any missing card to form a sequence or set in a rummy game online.
To win in a 13-card rummy game, you need to arrange all the 13 cards in sequences, or sequences and sets. You can win by discarding your final card to Finish Slot and declare your hand for the opponent(s) to see. If your hand declaration is valid, you win with zero points and your opponent gets points based on the value of his/her card points as follows:
If the losing player has not formed even one pure sequence, he/she loses by points equal to the combined value of the cards in his/her hand. But if your opponent has formed a valid pure sequence, and other sequence(s)/set(s), he/she loses by points equal to the combined value of the unarranged cards.