Game modes

The online gaming halls of Rummy-Party offer various rummy game types: Rummy 40, Rummy 50, Rummy 51, Joker-mania 51, Table-rummy. We wanted to make these standard game types (which can be played at tables with 2 to 3 or 4 players) even more interesting and exciting by offering different versions. To select please go to the lobby site. After selecting the type of the game and required stake you can proceed to our rummy tables. The selected stake after the deduction of the commission is placed in the prize pool.

1 Party (2 to 4 players) 

1 Party refers to a game where players play one round (2 to 4 players). If there are two players the winner gets the total amount paid in the prize pool. If the number of players is three or four the following sequence depends on the sum of the cards left in the hands. This is important because in this case the second player also receives a chunk from the amount paid in the prize pool. In the case of draw the amount due for each place will be divided equally.

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3 Party (2 to 4 players)

3 Party always includes 3 rounds. Similar to hand, here you also get the choice of tables with 2, 3 or 4 players. The prize is paid after the 3rd completed round. The game is based on a scoring system. The score is accumulated from the sum of the cards left in the players' hands and/or from the winning points acquired at the end of the winning rounds. If a player wins a round -50, in the case of hand victory (handing) -100 points are noted to the player and get deducted from the actual score. In the case of a hand victory (handing) the sum of cards remaining in the hands of the players is doubled. If someone fails to comply with the discard minimum, namely at the end of the round all 14 cards remain in his/her hand, 100 penalty points are given to the player or in the case of handing 200 penalty points. The aim of the game is to achieve the lowest number of points at the end of the 3rd round. If there are only two players the entire amount paid into the prize pool is given to the player with the lowest score. If three or four players are playing, the further sequence is determined by the sum of the cards remaining in the hands of the players. This is important because in this case the second player also receives a chunk from the amount paid in to the prize pool. In the case of a draw, the amount due for each place will be divided equally. It is important to note that at these tables a game can be started even if the number of participants is lower than the maximum amount of players indicated for the given table, if the players accept this condition. In this case players need to maintain this headcount during all 3 rounds. Additional player or players can only join in after the completion of the 3rd round.

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5 Party (2 to 4 players)

5 Party is a gaming method operated based on the rules of 3 Party. However there is a significant difference between the two game modes.
1. 5 Party is always played for 5 rounds.
2. At the table, where the number of players has to be selected in advance, the game can only start if the number of players achieve the level previously indicated.

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Classic 5 (4 players)

Classic 5 is a beloved and very popular form of rummy, where exclusively 4 players are allowed to play the game. Classic 5 includes 5 rounds at all times. The game is played based on a scoring system, which is identical to the scoring system used in 5 Party. Meaning that the end of the 5th round the player with lowest score (total number of points) wins, furthermore even the third player (based on his/her total scores) receives half of the amount paid in to the prize pool. The prizes are paid out after the 5th round. For more information on the prize breakdown, please go to the payout chart. In the case of draw the amount paid in to the prize pool is divided equally.

Payout of the amount paid in the prize poolin percentage

200 Freeze-Out (2 to 4 players)

200 freeze-out is a form of rummy, where players who accumulate a negative number of points are eliminated from the game. Your score is determined by two factors. One of the factors is the sum of the cards remaining in your hand at the end of the given round. If someone fails to comply with the melding minimum, namely at the end of the round all 14 cards remain in his/her hand, 100 penalty points are given to the player. The other factor is the sum of penalty points received at the end of the given round. At the end of the round every player gets 15, in the case of handing 30 penalty points, except for the winner of the round. The winner of the round gets 0 points. Your points received during the rounds are added up to form your final score. First the/those player/players are eliminated who achieve or exceed the elimination minimum of 200 points. In this game your aim is to ensure that the other players reach or exceed the elimination minimum before you. If multiple players are eliminated within one round, and only one player is left under the elimination minimum score of 200, the eliminated players are not allowed to carry on with the game. In this case their total score defines the fate of the second player, who still gets a share from the prize pool. The division of the prize shall be as follows depending on the number of players. At the previously selected table, the game can only start if the number of players achieved the level previously indicated.
In this game method the number of rounds is not set, it depends on when the participants of the game achieve or exceed the elimination minimum score. The game is over, if only one player manages to stay below the elimination minimum of 200 scores.

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200 (R) Unlimited rebuy (2 to 4 players)

200 unlimited rebuy is a gaming method operated based on the rules of 200 freeze-out. The major difference between the two games is that in 200 freeze-out when the elimination minimum (200 points) is achieved or exceeded, the player is eliminated no matter what, while in 200 unlimited rebuy you can carry on with the game. During the game if you get to a point where based on your total score you will be eliminated, you can opt for carrying on with the game. You can do this by paying in again the entry fee, until at least two players remain in the game. The rebuy score is always identical to the player - who is still in the game- with the highest score. If multiple players are eliminated within one round, and only one player is left under the elimination minimum score of 200, the eliminated players are not allowed to carry on with the game. In this case their total score of the eliminated players defines the fate of the player who came second and who still gets a share from the prize pool. The rebuy purchased by the buyers is also added to the prize pool after the deduction of the commission amount. For more information on the prize breakdown, please go to the payout chart.

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200 Second chance (2 to 4 players)

200 second chance is a gaming method operated based on the rules of 200 unlimited rebuy. The only, but essential difference between the two is that after your elimination you can only carry on with the game once by paying in the entry fee again.

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In the case of score based games the score value limits are changed depending on the stakes!

Game rules