Rummy Rules

If you ever wonder how to play rummy when you are a beginner, then you need not worry. The rules of Rummy are relatively simple. The game is typically played with 2 or 6 players, and each player is dealt 13 cards. The objective of the game is to create sets and sequences with the cards in your hand. A set is a group of three or more cards of the same rank, and a sequence is a group of three or more cards of the same suit in consecutive order.

The game begins with a player drawing a card from the deck and then discarding one card from their hand. The next player can either pick up the discarded card or draw a card from the deck. The game continues in this manner, with players drawing and discarding cards until one player has created sets and sequences with all of their cards and declares the cards.

When a player declares, the cards are shown to the other players, and the other players must verify that the sets and sequences are valid. If the sets and sequences are valid, the player who declared wins the game.