We all are pretty much familiar with the concept of rummy even if we haven't ever picked up a deck of cards and played this game. Growing up in India meant that we've all been acquainted with playing cards with family and friends to pass time or for entertainment. Classic Indian rummy has its own popularity all across the country. Since gaming has gone online, people now prefer to play the online format as it is easy and convenient for them to play their favourite rummy game anytime when they wish to. The basic rule of the game, however, remains the same, across all rummy variants. The principle of the game is to draw and discard cards and meld sets and sequences together. The player who is able to meld his cards into a particular combination first is the winner of the Classic Indian rummy game. It is a game which needs you to use your analytical skills and decision making.
With the advancement of technology, even gaming has gone online as people prefer it over the traditional offline approach. One can easily access any gaming website and play a game or two when they are sitting idle. This is one of the reasons that online gaming is a big hit among people. It offers the comfort of playing anytime, plus complete privacy during gameplay.
Classic Indian rummy is played generally between 2-6 players and the objective of the game is to improve your hands by creating sets and sequences. Initially, 13 cards are dealt to each player and the remaining cards are placed facing down to make a closed deck and the top card is placed facing up making it as an open deck. Any card is selected randomly from the closed deck which acts as a joker. It is easy to learn the rules of rummy. One can find many tutorial videos online to learn how to play online rummy. After knowing the basic rules, you can browse any online gaming website and start playing a game of classic Indian rummy and even play for cash.
If you like playing rummy, then it is time for you to hop on to your favourite gaming website and start playing!
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