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How To Enter The Game
To enter at one of the available tables , click in room page on one of the available seats (noted with Enter).
If there are no free seats you can create a new table by pressing : "Make New Table".
The game of Remi/Rummy
The Game of Rummy contains 106 pieces: 104 numbered pieces and 2 Jollys.
The pieces are divided in 4 colors: red, yellow, blue and black.
Each colour contains numbers from 1 to 13 twice.
The Rummy game contains four tables which players hold pieces during the game so that each player can only see his pieces.
Each player can use an extra Joker to increase his/her chances at winning the game. This function can be used once every game and only if the player has Jokers in his rummy account. If everyone at the table uses the extra Joker function then the total number of jokers raises to 6 and the total number of tiles in the game will be 110
The players and the game objectives
The game can be played by 2, 3 or 4 players. At each round of the game you pull a piece and throw one.
The objective of the game is to close on the board (Simple game on board, or double game on board when closing with Jolly).
Grouping and arranging of the game pieces
After being shuffled and turned face down, pieces are grouped in piles and placed on the table by 7.
It will remain one piece ungrouped and face up that will be the Trump.
The piles are numbered after the number on the Trump.
A piece is picked up and replaced with the trump turned face up. That piece is puted on the next pile.
The Distribution of The Pieces
The pile with one extra piece goes to the first player (the one in the left of The Dealer) and the distribution continues until every player has 2 piles.
If the piles after The Trump finishes, piles are taken from the beginning of the row of piles.
For the online version of the game pieces will be shared automatically at the start.
Each player arranges the pieces on the board - each has 14 pieces except the first one who has 15.
From piles left it will be drawn pieces during the game.
Exchange of doubles is not allowed. The players can refuse the game if they have 3 or mnore doubles.
If at the start of the game someone has on the board the Trump, then he will receive from each player at the table 100 points.
The first player (the one who has 15 pieces) will start the game by throwing a piece that is useless in his game strategy. That piece will never be used/drawn by the other players.
The objective of the game is to gather pieces to form valid groups (suite and formations).
Before anything, a player must start the round by drawing a piece.
At the end of the round a player must throw a piece faced up.
Thrown pieces are placed one after the other in sequence.
The first piece twrown by the first player is placed "horizontally" in the left up corner and indicates the start of the row of thrown pieces.
That piece can never be drawn.
The objective of the game is to close on the board (Simple Game on the Board Tabla or Double Game when closing with Jolly).
Making the groups:
There are two types of valid combinations of pieces: The Suite or The String - is a group of at least 3 consecutive pieces of the same color. A 1 can be used to make a 1-2-3 suite or can be blaced after a 13 to form a 12-13-1 suite. A 1 can never be placed in the middle of a suite:13-1-2 is not a valid suite.
The Formation or The Tierce has 3 or 4 pieces with the same number but different colors. A formation is complete when it has 4 pieces. A complete formation can not be extended.
A Jolly can be used to replace any piece in needed in a suite or a formation. A Jolly will replace only one piece. Example: at the suite [9 red] - [10 red] - you may stick a [12 red] because Jolly replaces a [11 red].
Simple Game on Board when the player choose to make suites and formations on the board. The game ends when, besides the piece that is thrown the player has left on the board only suites and/or.
It is not mandatory that on the board to be at least one suite.
It can close only with suites or only with sticks(formations).
If a player closes on board, he receives a fixed score of 250 points from each player at the table.
If the player close double (with Jolly) he gets 500 points from each player at the table.
We made improvements to the scoring system and score in the game of rummy on the board. Below are the new scores:
Simple Game with 2 Jolly in formations: 150 Points
Simple Game with 1 Jolly in formations: 200 Points
Simple Game: 250 Points
Bicolour: 50 Points
Minors (piese pana de la 1 la 7 inclusiv): 500 Points
Majors (piese de la 8 la 1 inclusiv ): 500 Points
Simple Game with launched JollyJoc: 500 Points
Simple Game closed with Jolly: 500 Points
Any big game above with 2 Jolly in Formation: 300 Points
Any big game above with 1 Jolly in Formation: 400 Points
Doubles: 1000 Points
Grand Care: 1000 Points
Monocolour: 1000 Points
Bicolour/Minors/Majors closed in Jolly: 1000 Points
Game with launched Jolly and closed in Jolly: 1000 Points
Any special game above with 2 Jolly in Formation: 800 Points
Any special game above with 2 Jolly in Formation: 900 Points
It happens that no one close the game and the pieces are finished.
In this case the game will be closed and no one loses points.
Leaving the table while the game is still ongoing leads to a loss of 250 points if the game cannot continue(less than 2 players left). If the game continues after a player leaves the table then the leaving player will also contribute to the winning game and the points will be decreased from his total. This rule is also applied even if the disconnetion is not intended or it is caused by a connection or software issue.