Descrizione del gioco: Scegli tra diversi avversari, ognuno con uno stile di gioco diverso, seleziona uno che abbina il tuo livello di abilità e prova a guadagnare più punti. Ordina le tue carte per formare set e gin rummy online, tieni d’occhio il tuo avversario e utilizza la strategia giusta per vincere! Sei in grado di ottenere un Gin?

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Rummy ist rasch und einfach zu erlernen. Rommé wird rund um die Welt gespielt, im Familienkreis, in Klubs, in Spelunken, auf Reisen in Arbeitspausen und natürlich im Internet. Alles was dazu benötigt wird ist ein oder mehrere Kartendecks oder entsprechende Spielsteine, sowie Papier und Stift. Online Rummy Gegen Spieler aus der ganzen Welt Rummy spielen? Founded in 2011 by two Carnegie Mellon University CS Grads, Sam Kaufmann and Jake Poznanski, Random Salad Games is dedicated to developing fun and engaging casual games for the Windows, Google Play, and Amazon marketplaces.

Random Salad Games started out on the Windows Phone and PC platform, where they were able to turn a dorm room start-up into a full-fledged game studio. From very humble beginnings, We’ve watched this company grow to an incredible degree. If you have a question for us that isn’t answered by reviewing the support section of the website, please contact us using the form below. Click Deal to start the game. You are using a very old browser, that is no longer supported by this site. Certain changes only take effect after refreshing the page.

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Maybe they would be happier if you turned off your ad blocker? Click here to turn it on again. As with most games there are plenty of variations out there, so the game might not be exactly like you play it or have different points for some things. Below I’ll explain the rules we use on this site. I’ll start by explaining a few basic concepts, and then go over the gameplay and scoring of the game. Aces are always low, never high, and runs can’t wrap around, so Q,K,A,2 would not be a legal run. Meld: A word for both Sets and Runs.

You might for example have three melds, where two af them are sets and one is a run. Each card can only be part of one set or run, for example if you have an 8 you cannot count it both as part of 8,8,8 and 7,8,9. Stock: A deck of facedown cards, in the middle of the table. Players draw one card from the stock in every round.

Discard pile: A pile of faceup cards, placed next to the stock. Players discard one card onto the pile in every round. Deadwood: Any cards in your hand that are not part of a meld. Knocking: Ending the round by putting a card face down on the discard pile. Gin: When all 10 cards in your hand are parts of melds and you have no deadwood. Big Gin: When all 10 cards in your hand and the card you just drew are parts of melds, so you have 11 cards, all in melds.

Lay off: Adding your deadwood cards to an opponents melds. The game is scored based on how much deadwood you have at the end of each game. A game can span several rounds, it’s over when one player reaches 100 points. At that point grand total for each player is calculated, with bonuses, and the player with the highest score wins the whole game. The remaining deck is put on the table between the players face down, and one card is put face up besides the deck to start the discard pile. In each turn a player must start by drawing one card.

He can either draw the top card from the deck or the top card from the discard pile. Generally you only draw the top card from the discard pile if you know that the card will help you create a meld with some of the other cards in your hand. After the player has drawn a card he must discard one card by putting it face up on top of the discard pile. He may however discard a card he has just drawn from the deck, or any other card he has in his hand. The game continues like this, with players drawing and discard cards, while they try to build sets and runs in their hand. The round ends when one player knocks, by discarding a card and putting it face down on the discard pile.

The opponent then shows his melds and deadwood. The knocker cannot do the same, he can never lay off his deadwood. There are some rules for when you can knock. 10 card in you hands forming melds is called going Gin. Going Big Gin is when you have 11 cards in melds, in which case you can say you have Big Gin and the game ends without you discarding the final card facedown. The game also ends if neither player has knocked and there are only two cards left in the deck.