Get ready to join the best rummy tournaments in the world! Compete in the thrilling arena of online rummy tournaments and tests your skills against players from all across the country. Check out our comprehensive Tournament FAQ section that explains in detail about all that you need to know about rummy tournaments.
You need to play with real cash money to join cash tournaments. If want to add cash to your account to play cash tournament, you can add cash by clicking on “Add Cash Instantly” in the lobby section. You can join cash tournaments and win real cash prizes.
You need to go to the Tournament Section and select the type of tournament that you wish to play. Click on the ‘Join Now’ Button to take part in the type of rummy tournament that you have selected.
It is possible to withdraw from a tournament when the rummy tournament registration is open. You will not be able to withdraw from a closed tournament. You can withdraw by clicking on the “Withdraw” button on the Tournament screen.
“Join Now” is usually disabled when the rummy tournament has closed all the registrations or when it is about to start at a particular time. The status of the rummy tournament will be displayed to mention the reason of having disabled “Join Now” button.
When the time for registration is over, the game starts automatically in a popup window on the screen. In case, you do not get the game window, click on “Join Now” button in the Tournament Section to join the game. It is recommended that you enable popup window of Junglee Rummy to allow the game popup.
A maximum of 6 players can be accommodated on each game table in a rummy tournament. Players will be seated in an order where the attempt will be to completely fill one table before seating the players on the other tables. If there is only one player left who has to be seated on a new empty table, then he is given an automatic win on that table and he moves to the next round.
Each player gets a maximum of 30 seconds during his/her turn. Every extra second that you use will be deducted from the total time allocated to you. If you fail to act during your extra time, you will miss your turn to make your move.
Yes. You will be automatically dropped out from the game if you miss three consecutive turns during rummy tournaments.
Each player is allocated a fixed amount of chips at the beginning of the round in a rummy tournament. The winner of the previous round gets a fresh allotment of chips to play in the next round.
The player who declares first after completing his valid hand gets zero points. All the face cards carry 10 points and other numbered cards carry points based on their face value. All Wild and Printed Jokers carry zero points. If a player drops at the first turn, he/she gets 20 points and if dropped after the first pick, they get 40 points. Player who declares without completing the objective gets 80 points.
Losing players get scores according to the points carried by their hands. If a losing player has no pure sequence, all the points of the cards in the hand are counted. If a losing player has two sequences with a pure sequence, then only the cards that are not arranged in sequences and sets are counted. Players can get a maximum score of 80 points. And, the players who miss three consecutive turns get a middle drop of 40 points and are automatically dropped from the game.
Every rummy tournament chip carries one point each.
Only one winner wins all the tournament chips at the end of each game
Total Winning = Sum of total points of all losing players X 1 tournament chip
For Example, if a player wins a game of six players and five losing players lose with 20, 30 , 40 and 50 points, the winner will take 140 rummy tournament chips.
A player can lose a maximum of 80 points irrespective of the kinds of high or low cards that he/she holds.
A rummy tournament starts with the allocation of a fixed number of chips. In every round, players need to play a fixed number of games and are ranked according to the count of tournament chips on the table. After a round ends, the player who wins the highest chips proceeds to the next round.