Rummy Points System


The points system used in 13 Card Rummy game are described below.

  • Fewer the points in a game the better is the player's rank. 

  • The face cards (Jack, Queen and King) and Ace have a value of 10 points each.

  • The numbered cards have a value equal to their face value.

  • Jokers have ZERO points.
  • If a player does not take any action in his 3 consecutive turns in the allocated time, he will automatically be dropped out & it  will be considered as a middle drop. Moreover, if a player skips his first turn (timeout) & drops in his second turn, again middle drop will be taken into account. In 13 card rummy, 40 points are allocated to a player on middle drop.

  • The winner gets zero points, while the other players get points according to their cards.

  • In case a player fails to make the needed straight sequences, (one pure, without Joker and second with or without a Joker) then points of ALL the cards in the hand are added (up to a maximum of 80).

  • In case the two mandatory sequences are made, then the points of the cards which are not melded in valid sets are added.

  • Maximum of 80 points can be allocated to a hand.

  • In case a player does not send his melded cards, full 80 points are allocated.

  • In case a declaration goes wrong, 80 points are allocated to the player. 
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