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What is The Points System in Rummy Tournaments?

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A rummy tournament is a 2 to 6 player game played with at least 2 pack of 53 cards. This game is played in a knock-out format.

How to join tournament:

The first and the most vital thing for any rummy tournament is to join the tournament and grab a seat. The tournaments have limited number of seats and also the registration for the tournament is finished before it starts. It is imperative to register and secure your seat. Each table has maximum of 6 players. The players are seated over different tables with a fixed number of tournament chips.

One can play these tournaments from desktop and can likewise download free rummy application for consistent experience of playing rummy on android platform.

How to play the rummy tournament:

  •         At least two packs of 53 (includes 1 printed joker) cards each is used
  •         A toss before starting the game to choose which player makes the first move
  •         Each player is dealt with 13 cards randomly.
  •         A Joker is chosen randomly out of the deck and set on the table. If the joker chose is a printed joker, then players can likewise utilize the Ace card of any suit as joker. This implies in such a game there will be at least 9 jokers relying upon the number of packs utilized
  •         The next card from the pack of cards is set in the open deck space indicating the start of the game.

Points system in rummy tournament:

The player who declares 1st once finishing valid hand gets zero points. All the face cards carry ten points and alternative numbered cards carry points based their face value. All wild and printed Jokers carry zero points. If a player drops at the primary flip, he/she gets twenty points and if dropped once the primary pick is done then they get forty points. Eighty points for the player who declares before the goal is not completed.

Losing players get scores as indicated by the points conveyed by their hands. On the off chance that a losing player has no pure sequence, all the points of the cards in the hand are counted. On the off chance that a losing player has two sequences with a pure sequence, at that point just the cards that are not arranged in sequences, and sets are counted. Players can get a maximum score of eighty points. And, the players who miss three successive turns get a middle drop of 40 points and are automatically dropped from the game.

You can read my previous post on what are the rules to play rummy online to learn detailed rummy rules.

What is The Points System in Rummy Tournaments?
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