Well here is my card game I like to share with the class.
Its my favorite card game to play with my closest friends on a chill day.
So here it is:
Has anyone played a card game of Rummy?
(If you do not know the card game just click on the website link above and it will direct you to the basic rules how to play Rummy.)
Well the rule above for Rummy applies the same principle to play a card game of Rummy 1500.
The only the difference is the 2s and the jokers are the wild cards, the points are added differently, (Aces, Jokers, & 2s- 50 pts, 10s,Jacks, Queens, &Kings – 10pts,others- 5 pts) and finally the amount of cards in each players hand is being played for points.
In Rummy the dealer deals 7 cards to each player but in 1500 after the cards are shuffled and cut the dealer turns over the top card from the deck and face down that card in front of the player to deal whatever the number the face card reveal is the same amount of cards the dealer deals to that player. (For the jokers face up the dealer deals 15 cards to that players hand Aces are 14.).
What makes this game so cool is each player gets a different amount of cards to start with. So the competition is high if someone has a 2 then they are dealt with 2 cards and can go
Out of the game in next turn leaving everyone else minus his or her points in the game.
Now here is the ‘cheating’ side in this game that makes this different from Rummy: when you call out Rummy here in this game its what you see in the waste pile and you can pick up only those three cards from where they are placed anywhere from the waste pile (that doesn’t require the cards to be next to each other to call out Rummy in the Rummy game).
The rules again are the same as Rummy as play for points in your hand to add them up to be the first player to reach 1500 to win the game.
Any question about the rules hit me back.
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- PS if the other rules above are confusing to read, here is another link http://rummy.com/ginrummy.html/