The most common rummy tips and tricks that you probably know is to observe all the cards discarded by your opponent. But have you ever had problems remembering those cards? If you do, worry not! Learn the secret rummy tips and tricks of tracking all the discarded cards without even remembering a single card! Use the useful Discards Section and track all the cards picked and discarded by your opponents!
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How to Locate the Discards Section?
Before you learn the rummy tips and tricks, do you know where to find the Discards Section? If you don’t, you have missed using the most important feature of the game. But don’t worry; now you are going to find out the exact location of the Discards Section. Look at the left bottom corner of the game screen and find the icon that has cards on it. Click on the icon and you will be able to see all the cards picked and discarded by your opponents. Select the names of you opponents and you will be able to see their individual discards. The cards that are highlighted with a blue halo represents that cards that have been picked by your opponents from the Open Deck. Isn’t that easy? Use the rummy tips and tricks and check all picks and discards of your opponents.
How to Use the Discards Section?
Before discarding any card, check the Discards Section to see if the card you are about to throw is of any value to your opponent. If you have an Ace and a Queen of Hearts which of no use, check in the Discards Section to see if your opponent has picked a King of Hearts in the previous moves. If you find out that you opponent has actually discarded it, you can easily assume that your opponent wouldn’t pick your Ace or Queen of Hearts. Now you can safely discard any of the cards and your opponent wouldn’t pick your card. Use this rummy tips and tricks and maximise your winning chances with the Discards Section.
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