RummyRummy is one of the world's best-known and most popular games, due in large part to its simplicity and elegance. There are numerous Rummy variations, and the rules, of course, vary from game to game, but share certain common features. The object is to get rid of all the cards in your hand by either creating your own sets - three or more of a kind, or three or more consecutive cards of the same suit - or by adding a single card to other existing sets (either your own or your opponents). The first player to rid themselves of all their cards wins the hand.

In addition to the Commercial Rummy Games listed below, there are also specialized Rummy Cards, and popular rummy-related games such as Phase 10, Michigan Rummy, Rummikub, Tile Rummy, and Tripoley. A related traditional card game is Canasta.

Commercial Rummy Games

  • Bicycle Rummy GamesBicycle Rummy Games
    Rediscover the world's most popular social card game with Bicycle Rummy Games. Basic Rummy is so simple to learn that everybody can play, from preschoolers to Grandma and Grandpa. Kids have a great time while learning basic math, concentration, and social skills. Contains 2 poker-sized Rummy decks with additional little pips across the top that make it easier to see your matched sets. Comes with Rummy instruction cards.
  • RumminoRummino
    Rummy meets Dominoes in Rummino, a whole new way to play Rummy! Rummino is a whole new way to play Rummy! Combining the game play of Rummy with the strategy of word tile games, Rummino is a one of a kind master strategy game for the whole family. The object is to get the highest score at the end of the game. Each player draws 7 tiles and plays them off the sets and runs already on the table. Earn points for every tile you 'add-on' to a run or set. Get a two way run and earn extra points. Finish off a run or set and double or triple your points for that play. The perfect game for family game night, Rummino is easy to learn and fun for the whole family to play!
  • 4-Mation: The Underhanded Rummy Game4-Mation: The Underhanded Rummy Game
    Add a fun twist to your next game night. From the maker of Bicycle playing cards how comes the Bicycle Game 4-Mation, a sneaky rummy-based game you'll want to play again and again. The object of each round is to be the first competitor (or spy) to play all your cards to keep scoring low. A great game for children as it teaches good sportsmanship and fairness. Pair it with other Bicycle playing card games for an incredible group of card game gifts. Proud winner of the 2007 Seal of Excellence Award by Creative Child Magazine.
  • Word Rummy Card GameWord Rummy Card Game
    The only card game where it's legal to steal! This word game is a lot like Scrabble, except with cards instead of tiles. Build words using the letter cards in your hand. The longer the word, the more points you'll rack up. And just to keep you on your toes, players can steal your word - and your points - by adding their letters to yours to create a whole new word! It's a great new challenge for word game fanatics or those looking to sharpen their mind and build vocabulary. Game comes with 98 letter cards, score pad, and game instructions. For 2 to 4 players, ages 7 and up.

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Rummy Links

  • offers a comprehensive collection of rules and resources for rummy games, including Gin Rummy, Canasta, and more.
  • eHow: How to Play Michigan Rummy
    eHow provides step-by-step instructions for setting up and playing Michigan Rummy.
  • Gin Rummy Association
    The Official Website of The World Series of Gin Rummy, which holds tournaments around the United States, culminating in an annual Grand Championship tournament.
    Gin Rummy directory with categorized links to Gin sites, including rules, articles, matches, software, news, playsites, leagues, tournaments and more.
  • Michigan Rummy Rules
    Official rules to the game of Michigan Rummy, from Fundex Games. [PDF]
    This web site is dedicated to those who are interested in learning more about Michigan Rummy and related games.
    A web site that provides rules for a number of rummy games. It's all about Rummy!
  • Pagat Rummy
    John McLeod's Rummy page, with rules, strategies and links. Covers both basic Rummy as well as numerous variations.
  • Pagat Three in One
    Authoritative rules to Three in One (AKA Miuchigan Rummy and Tripoley).
  • Pagat Tile Rummy
    Rules for a number of tile-based rummy games.
  • Romi
    Romi lets you play Rummy Tile (RummyCube, Rummikub, Rami) games against the computer at three different levels. For Macintosh and iOS devices.
  • Rules of Michigan Kitty
    Best with 4-6 players, though this is flexible. Players should be old enough to recognize numbers and keep track of the sequence of jack, queen, king, and ace coming after 10. Otherwise, it can be played by adults and children together very successfully, and does not require intense concentration.
  • Rummi
    Play Tile Rummy and other variations of Manipulation Rummy, popular card or tile games of combination, strategy and a little luck. One variation has become known under the name of Rummikub. Play against your PC or with someone else over the Internet. Many options for a wide variety of game rules. Choose from different card or tile sets in various sizes, or design your own. Get a hint while you play.
  • Rummy Talk
    Rummy Talk is the biggest gin rummy resource site on the web. Come in to read up on gin rummy rules and gin rummy strategy.
    This German/French web site provides rules and strategy tips for a number of rummy games.
    Information about rummy games, including a glossary and rules for selected games.
  • Tams11 TileRummy
    Play Tile Rummy online at the Tams11 game lobby. [Requires Windows download]
  • Tile Rummy Online
    Play an online version of Tile Rummy (AKA Rummikub) against a computer opponent in this fun and engaging card game.
  • Touch Rummy
    Play Tile Rummy on your iOS device. Touch Rummy is fun, sometimes difficult, but always entertaining.
  • Wikipedia: Rummy Games
    A Rummy information page from Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia. Includes basic Rummy rules to the game and Rummy links.
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Last Update: August 23rd, 2011