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How To Play Rummy

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This video tutorial will teach you how to play Rummy.

This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of Rummy and is followed by the more detailed features of the game. This tutorial is perfect for beginning players, and experienced players that need a refresher.

After watching, you will know the basics of how to play the card game Rummy. All that is left to do is grab some friends and start playing!

This Rummy tutorial will cover the following topics:
– How to deal the cards
– The overall objective of the game
– How a round is played
– How to score the round
– A review of the rules

Please leave a comment below if you need any additional information about Rummy, if you have any questions about the game, or if any aspect of the game was not clear in the video.

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220 Comments

  1. I checked the Video to Canasta before. This game here seems to me like the light version which is more easier.

  2. This to me is basically the card game “Five Crowns”.

  3. I played this with my grandmother all the time and it is a extremely beloved memory of her but about 25-30 years ago. I had forgotten how but wanted to teach my children. Just watching this video has brought me tears of joy. Thank you so very much. You'll never know what this little video meant. Blessed Be

  4. A question.
    Does a player have to pick up a card from either the stock pile or the discard pile to be considered "in play"?
    I had laid down melds, including 8,9 and ten of clubs, and was left with one card in hand, the queen of clubs.
    My opponent picked the Jack of clubs and laid it off onto my meld.
    Could I then lay off my queen straight away, or do I need to pick up a card first?

  5. First of all, I love the way you explain and demonstrate card games, I am learning so much.
    As I am just starting to play Rummy, there are some things that I am not 100% certain about.
    At around 2:48 in the video, you state that if a player has not laid any cards on the table, and is able to get rid of all his cards in one go, that is known as "going Rummy" and he is awarded double the pip count remaining in the other players hand or hands.
    Now, I understand that that means not previously put down a meld, or laid off a card or cards onto someone else's meld, but does that also include the discard?
    What I mean is, if a player has already discarded a card on his first play, then Rummy is no longer possible, or does the rule only apply to melds and/ or lay offs.
    If it DOES also apply to discards, that would mean that the only time that "Rummy" is possible would be on any player's very first play, because technically, he has laid a card on the table.

  6. Thank you for this video. I'm ready to have some fun!

  7. I literally understand every game I watched that this channel explained.

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  9. I still cant anderstand how to play this thing!

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  16. You're supposed to lay all of the discards out in a river so people can choose cards that they need and then everything past it adding consequence to picking up too many cards. when you are done with the game you discard the ones from your hand and subtract them as points from your from total score. And lastly when you add on to someone else's meld those are your points not theirs. What motivation on Earth would you have to give someone else points just because you have it in your hand You would instead hold on to it for flourish this guy doesn't know what he's talking about with the rules

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  18. It's kinda crazy how many variants of this there are.
    The one I'm familiar with has you "add" to other people's melds on your own side of the board (so they only score for you), and scores are done by counting the values in your melds. 2-9 = 5pt, 10-K = 10pt, A = 15pt, Joker = 25pt;
    Cards remaining in your hand are subtracted from your melds.
    Also the Ace can be both high and low, forming a loop, so the run KA2 is valid.
    Melding your last card doesn't end a round in this variant either, a round can only end on a discard.
    Games are usually played to 500 or more

  19. There is multiple ways of winning, and you have to have 7 cards to win, forming a set, wether its a suit of hearts etc or 4 spades 7,8,9,10 cards and 3 diamonds 4,5,6 cards to forming a set win in any combination 3s suits together forming 3 cards of diferant suits, ace,king,queen jack etc.

  20. I'm having a debate about whether or not you can take individual cards from the discard pile if there are let's say three of a kind in the discard pile. If an opposing player unknowingly lays down a 9 and there are already two in the discard pile… Can you call rummy and just pick out the three of a kind or do you have to take the whole pile?

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  23. There are some variations of rummy that the ace is high. And there’s this thing called “going around the corner”, when a meld of King-Ace-Deuce (K-A-2) is made.

  24. I learn to rummy when I was a kid ,but we play it a little different.

  25. What happens when u run out of cards to pick up from the deck?

  26. I never play cards until I’m ready to go out to prevent people from playing on my melds

  27. i already watched this so many times and i still couldnt play it lol

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