You need to arrange 13 cards to form at least 2 sequences, of which one must be a pure sequence.

The remaining cards should be arranged in valid sequences and/or sets.

Indian Rummy card game is played by 2 to 6 players with multiple decks. At the beginning of every game/deal, 13 cards are dealt to each player. A random card is selected as a wild Joker (in this case Ace of Spades) for the game.

A toss determines which player will play first. At the start of the game, each player is dealt a card.
The player with the highest card is the winner of the toss and makes the first move.

PS – In this case Rohit Reddy won the toss and will start the game

Well, like all games, your ultimate objective in rummy is to win! Your goal is to declare your cards into valid combinations.
A valid show consists of (1) Pure Life (2) Second Life (3) Cards left arranged as Life and/or Sets

Pure Life: Pure Life will be Pure Sequence without Joker

Valid Sequence: Second life can be Sequence with Joker (Impure Life) or without Joker (Pure Second Life)

One or more Life/Set: Card either as Life or sets. Sets are a group of 3 or 4 cards with the same rank but different suits. Sets can contain Jokers.

When you have arranged all the cards in proper sequences and/or sets, including one pure sequence, you need to declare the game by discarding one of your cards to the Declare Here.

The Above is a valid declaration as it meets the objective of the game.

All 13 cards are arranged in valid sequences and sets.

It has a minimum of two sequences: A, 2, 3, 4 (pure sequence) and 5♣️, 6♣️, Joker (sequence).
The hand has at least two sequences, out of which one is a pure sequence. The other cards are arranged in sets.

The Score is the indicator of how much you will lose when the other player declares.

Jack, Queen, King, and Ace bear 10 points each.

Other cards have the same points as the card number Drop Score

Initial Drop: A player loses 10 points if he/she drops out of the game on his/her very first turn without picking a card from the Open Deck.

Middle Drop: If a player drops out of the game any time after his/her first turn, he/she loses 30 points.

Consecutive Misses: If a player misses three consecutive turns, he/she gets a middle
drop and is automatically dropped out of the game. This is to protect you from the full loss of 80

Leaving the Table: You will get a Middle Drop of 30 points if you leave the table after picking a card6

The game is finished when a player makes the first valid show on the table.
All other players on the table need to submit their cards in the best possible groups to minimize the score.

By the time you have a valid combination, your score 0.

Even if your score is 0. If at this point your opponent declares, you still lose 2 points.

Winning Hand makes you win the sum of the scores of the losing players.

The maximum points a player can lose in a game are 80 points

Loss Protection: If you make one pure sequence then your score starts reducing from 80 points.
Say you have a sequence(3 cards) and rest 10 cards a

Wrong Declaration: If a player declares the hand without completing the objective or without forming correct sequences and/or sets, he/she is penalized with 80 points. One wrong declaration and you lose the full 80 points!

A set is a group of three or four cards of the same face value but different suits. Here, 8?-8?-8?-8? is an invalid set as there are two cards of the same suit, 8? in the group.

There are no sequences in this example. To make a valid declaration, there have to be at least two sequences, out of which one has to be a pure sequence.

There is only one sequence in this example. To make a valid declaration, there has to be at least one pure sequence (without any Joker) and another sequence (with or without a Joker). Here, there is only one sequence, so it is an invalid declaration.

There is no pure sequence in this example. To make a valid declaration, there has to be at least one pure sequence (without any Joker) and another sequence (with or without a Joker). Since there is no pure sequence in this example, it’s an invalid declaration. Remember these examples to understand how to play a rummy card game without making an invalid declaration “Rummy players are made not by the cards they are holding, but the skill they choose to play” Play Wisely!

Pool Rummy is one of the most engaging variations of rummy and is loved by all rummy players.
It has very simple rules and Magic Rummy has 3 variations in Pool Rummy:

Pool 51 (Rummy ka T20)

Pool 101

Pool 201

The player gets eliminated once he or she reaches maximum score points of 51

Drop Point: In Pool 51 rummy first drop is 10 points and the middle drop is 30 points

Rejoin: If you get eliminated, you can re-enter the same game. But all the available players on the table should be on the less than 35 points.

Manual split: Splitting the prize option in pool 51 is not available

Re-join Point: Once you get eliminated from the table and rejoin you will be joining with +1 point from the highest point player on the table.

The player gets eliminated once he or she reaches maximum score points of 101

Drop Point: In Pool 101 rummy the first drop is 20 points and the middle drop is 40 points

Rejoin: If you get eliminated, you can re-enter the same game. But all the available players on the table should be on less than 79 points.

Manual split:
The Manual Split option will work when only two/three players are left at the tables which initially started off with three or more players and the difference in the number of drops possible for both players should not be greater than 2.

If two/three players agree to the optional split, the prize would be split between two of them according to the number of drops available in the game and the balances will be correspondingly updated.

A manual Split request can be given if all the player's points >=71 in 101 pool rummy.

Re-join Point: Once you get eliminated from the table and rejoin you will be joining with +1 point from the highest point player on the table.

The player gets eliminated once he or she reaches the maximum score points of 201

Drop Point: In Pool 201 rummy the first drop is 25 points and the middle drop is 50 points

Rejoin: If you get eliminated, you can re-enter the same game. But all the available players on the table should be on less than 174 points.

Manual split:
The Manual Split option will work when only two/three players are left at the tables which initially started off with three or more players and the difference in the number of drops possible for both players should not be greater than 2.

If two/three players agree to the optional split, the prize would be split between two of them according to the number of drops available in the game and the balances will be correspondingly updated.

A manual Split request can be given if all the player's points >=151 in 201 pool rummy.

Re-join Point: Once you get eliminated from the table and rejoin you will be joining with +1 point from the highest point player on the table.

Deal Rummy is one of the competitive and engaging variations in Rummy where you play for a fixed number of deals. Deal Rummy can be played between 2 to 6 players and the rules for the same avery simple and mentioned below:

You choose between best of 2 or best of 3 to 6 deals

Choosing options 3 to 6 deals can have players between 3 to 6 in any game

The number of deals played in a game will be as indicated:

For example: For 2 players game there would be 2 deals

For 3 players game, there would be 3 deals

For 4 and 5 players games there would be 5 deals and

For 6 players game, 6 deals would be played ,

At the start of every game, the player will have points according to the number of deals played between the players on the table

For Example: On 2 players' tables every player will have initial (2×80)=160 points, on 3 players' tables (3×80)=240 points, and so on.

At the end of every deal, the winner will win points from losing players depending on their score.

At the end of the game, the player with the highest points wins the game

In the 2 players or 2 deals game, there would be NO Drop available.

In the 3 or more players game players can drop their hand for any deal.

Initial Drop: 20 Points

Mid Drop: 40 Points

Tie Breaker: At the end of the last deal in any game, If 2 players have the same number of points then a new round will be played as Tie Breaker between them to finalize the winner. Whosoever will win this round will be the winner of the game.

2 Joker Rummy mode is completely similar to 13 cards point rummy. The only difference in 2 joker mode is:

After each player has played 3 turns, a second will open which can be used to make a sequence or set.

In the 2 Joker mode, you can only drop in your turn, not at the time of other players' turn

7 Patti Rummy is one of the most fun and quick variations of rummy, and just like other rummy formats, 7-card rummy is also a game of skill.

This mode is similar to 13-card point rummy. The only difference is that every player will get 7 hand cards max loss points can be 40 points.

For a valid declaration, the player needs to have 1 pure seq(1st life) and the rest groups can be impure/set for valid declaration.

Initial Drop: 10 pts | Middle Drop: Allowed – But you will lose 40 points

The game is concluded when a player makes the first valid show on the table.