Ruckus is a variation of rummy card game enjoyed by children all over the world. Both ruckus and rummy are a game of skill and is legal to play in most parts of the world too. Both kids and adults can grasp the rules and guidelines of the game very easily. As many rummy variations are played with real cash and are for ages 21 and above, children can’t have their hands on those variations. To learn the basics of those cash rummy variations and to have a good time with friends and classmates children can try Children’s Rummy or Ruckus.
The rules of Ruckus are very simple and relates to Shanghai Rummy and Gin Rummy. In Ruckus, the dealer deals seven cards to each player. If a player has two cards of same value, they can add pile face up on their side of the table. If any other player has the same value card, they can place that on the pile and take the whole pile to their side. Once the game stops or if all the cards are played, the dealer deals the next set of seven cards to the Ruckus players. The game continues until all the cards are dealt and every player’s cards are piled up. The player with maximum cards on his pile wins the ruckus game.
In order to make your pile of cards in Ruckus, you might need to steal from other players which will cause for lots of debate and engagement. This fast paced rummy variation for children is excellent for those kids who don’t have much patience and are more into computer games than the conventional indoor board and card games.