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How To Play Continental Rummy – Card Games

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Be the player with the lowest score at the end of the game!

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Here are all of the contracts for and deals for the game:
Hand One: Two trios. Deal seven cards
Hand Two: One trio and one run. Deal eight cards.
Hand Three: Two Runs. Deal nine cards.
Hand Four: Three Trios. Deal ten cards.
Hand Five: Two trios and one run. Deal eleven cards.
Hand Six: One trio and two runs. Deal twelve cards.
Hand Seven: Three runs. Deal thirteen cards.


  1. The list of plays and cards dealt seems off. You will always have a discard and one other card.

  2. Can runs be longer than 4? Can you add cards to your melds when going out???

  3. I played this with random people in my dorm my freshman year of college and have been trying to refind it to learn how to play ever since, so I'm very glad I found this video. Hopefully now I can teach my friends!

  4. My family has been playing this version of rummy since the 60's. Great family game and easy to learn… Lots of fun.. Thanks for the video..

  5. my family plays this so I wanted to learn it. thank you my guy.

  6. at 3:01, the player to your left draws the queen of hearts but does not discard. Is there a reason for this?

  7. Be the player with the lowest score at the end of the game in order to win!

  8. I'll have to watch this a few more times lol, looking forward to play

  9. I loved your video! I've been playing it with my family for years and it's always hard to explain to outsiders how to play. I'll be showing them this video!

  10. My entire family plays this game. It’s the best

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