Indian Rummy or 13-Cards Rummy is the most popular variant of Rummy in India and is now ruling the online Rummy industry in the entire Indian sub-continent. In this variant, each player takes turn to draw & discard a card each time in order to form sequences and sets out of 13 cards, in accordance with the Rummy Validation Rules.
13-cards rummy, sometimes referred to as “Paplu” is very popular in India. Not only Indians, even people from different parts of the world like to play the Indian rummy game due to its simplicity and the entertainment it provides. This rummy variant is enjoyed by people from all walks of life, be it the frequent travellers who enjoy this game during travel time or homemakers who gather to play 13 cards rummy after a tiring day of work. Many groups go outdoors on weekends to enjoy this wonderful card game.
Usually, 13-card Rummy is played for small stakes. Players enjoy playing this game and do not mind losing an affordable amount of money.
Indian rummy or 13 Cards Rummy can be played in its many different gaming formats like 101 pool, 201 pool, best of three etc. Points Rummy or Strikes Rummy is the rummy game format which has now become very famous in the world of online computer games. To know the detailed rules of 13 cards rummy, visit our how to play 13 cards rummy page.
Another rummy variant popular in India is Indian Marriage or 21-Card Rummy which is played using three or more pack of cards. It begins with the player to the right of the dealer; each player selects either the top card from the stock pile or from the discard pile. Wild cards may be used to fill in missing cards in a set or a run, and there is no limit to how many wild cards may be used in any set or run. The objective of this Rummy Variant is to be the player with the largest number of points after playing all hands. To know the detailed rules of this variant, visit our how to play 21 cards rummy page.