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Made in Germany. See all 2 brand new listings. About this product Product Identifiers Brand. Show More Show Less. A meld can either be a set also known as a book or a run.
Very few variations allow runs that have mixed suits. In a few variations of rummy, other patterns may be allowed. Wild cards such as a joker may be used to represent any card in a meld.
The number of wild cards in a meld may be restricted. Depending on the variation of the game, players take turns adding and shedding cards from their hands.
There are numerous and quite different ways of doing this though it usually involves picking a card from the stock and discarding a card to the discard pile.
In some variations melds are revealed to all players by placing them face up on the table, in other variations each player keeps their hand hidden until the show.
Some variations permit picking up the entire discard pile. A few variations permit stealing cards from their opponents melds.
In most variations a player must put all of their cards into at least two melds though they may be allowed to shed one card to the discard pile before showing.
Once the player has melded all their cards they reveal their entire hand and the player submits their hand to validation. All other players reveal their melds and deadweight.
The action of submitting the cards is called Showing. After a successful show, the winner or all players score their hand.
In most variations numbered cards have certain assigned points and the royal cards J-Q-K have assigned points and the A often has a different point value.
Scoring often involves each player adding up points in their melded cards sets and runs and deducting points from cards that have not been melded.
The winner may also receive a bonus for winning. Some special or difficult melds may also give extra points to a hand. A player may have a negative score if their unmelded cards total more than their melded ones.
Usually play continues until one player passes a threshold, for example 1, points. There are many variations of the card game. Basic rummy is also called sai rummy.
Another type is called Sanka rummy. The version of rummy prevalent in India is called Indian rummy. They all share a common set of features found in the basic game.
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So, if a combination including a Joker, standing in for the King of Clubs is put on the table, the next player can put in the King of Clubs and pick up the Joker for use elsewhere.
If you put down two eights and a joker, you do not have to announce which eight the joker represents, but with a run such as Joker, the assumption is that the joker represents the 7.
Some play that players are allowed to lay down any number of melds during each turn. This is a very common variation; be sure that all players are on the same page about how many melds can be played during each turn before beginning a game.
When a player "goes rummy," the hand's score is doubled. Some don't allow a player to lay off cards until he or she has laid down a meld. This is also a very common variation.
The standard rules dictate that aces are only low. Hence, a run of Ace, 2, 3 would count, but a run of Queen, King, Ace wouldn't. Some let aces count as either low or high.
When this rule is implemented, aces count for 15 points rather than 1 point, since they're more useful. Even when this rule is implemented, aces can't be both high and low at the same time, such as in a King, Ace, 2 run.
Some allow these sort of runs, but it's rare. Standard Rummy doesn't use jokers. Some play that jokers can be used as wild cards that can replace any other card to form sets and sequences.
When this rule is implemented, jokers are valued at 15 points and can be used by other players once they're on the table.