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# Rummy Points System For Indian Rummy Variants

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Rummy is a simple game with many interesting variations suiting the tastes of every player. If you are a beginner in Rummy and are exploring the game variants, knowing the points system of each variant is essential. Some of the most popular formats are Deals Rummy, Pool Rummy, and Points Rummy. These Indian Rummy variations make the rummy card game fun to play.

Some players stick to just one variant, while others prefer experimenting and playing around with different variations. After you understand the points system for each variant, you can pick the variant that suits you the best to work towards improving your game and defeating the opponents.

The rummy points and scoring system is explained below for each Indian Rummy variant.

### Rummy Points Calculation of Cards

To calculate points, the player must know the value of the cards. At the end of the game, the points of all the cards in hand that are not grouped are calculated.

Ace – 10 points

King – 10 points

Queen – 10 points

Jack – 10 points

Jokers – 0 points

Numbered Cards – The value of the numbered cards in the game equals their face value. For example, 3 carries 3 points, 8 carries 8 points, and 10 carries 10 points.

## Rummy Points System for Points Rummy Game

### Rummy Points Rules & Calculation of Points

When you play points rummy variant of the online rummy game, you require 0 rummy points to win after making a declaration. Tricky? Let us explain! There are 13 cards in the points rummy game, and players compete with a pre-decided rupee value.

The Winner: The player that makes a valid declaration before the other players, is declared the winner of the game. The winner should have melded all the 13 cards in valid sequences and sets and have zero points. For this reason, points rummy is also a fast-paced rummy variant.

The Loser: When you play points rummy, the rummy points calculation for the loser/losers is based on three instances as below:

• If a player has not made any of the two compulsory sequences, the player gets points equal to the sum of all the points carried by all 13 cards in their hand, capped at a maximum of 80 points.
• If a player has made the two compulsory sequences but hasn’t grouped other cards in sets or sequences, the player gets points equal to the sum of points carried by the remaining cards that have not been grouped.
• If a player finishes the game without completing the game objective, they lose the game and get points carried by all 13 cards irrespective of any valid sequences.

Read more on Tips to form a Pure Sequence in Rummy

### Points Calculation for Drop in Points Rummy

In points rummy, one can drop out if a player thinks they have a weak hand. If the player goes for the First Drop, that is, without picking up any cards, you will get 20 points.

However, if a player drops out after picking up one or more cards, it will be considered a Middle Drop. The points for the middle drop are 40.

Making an invalid declaration leads to losing a maximum of 80 rummy points. In points rummy, a game continues until the winner emerges with 0 points.

## Rummy Points System for Pool Rummy Game

### Rummy Points Rules & Calculation of Points

In pool rummy, the winner of every deal must get zero points, and the rest of the accumulated points get added to their score. Depending on the pool rummy variant, i.e., 101 points pool or 201 points pool, a player gets eliminated from the game if they reach a score of 101 points or 201 points, respectively.

The Winner: The player who meets the game objective and declares first is declared the winner. The player gets zero points for grouping all cards into valid sequences and sets.

The Loser: The other player/players are considered as the losers of the game and score points based on the cards in hand:

• If a player declares the game without meeting the game objective, that player gets 80 points.
• If a player misses three turns consecutively, they lose and get points for the middle drop. The player gets 40 points in 101 and 50 points in 201 Pool Rummy.
• If a player has made two sequences, including a pure sequence, the value of the ungrouped cards is added to calculate points.

### Points Calculation for Drop in Pool Rummy

If a player wants to drop out from the game at any point, they have an auto drop option. However, the player’s score increases based on the drop.

For instance, the first drop in 101 pool carries 20 points, and 201 pool carries 25 points.

Similarly, for a middle drop, 40 points are added to the score for 101 pool, and 50 points are added for 201 rummy.

Also Read: Tips to use Joker in Rummy

## Rummy Points System for Deals Rummy Game

### Rummy Points Rules & Calculation of Points

Winning Player: The player to win all the chips at the end of each deal wins the deal, and the player with the highest number of chips at the end of all the deals wins the game. The winning player wins chips from the losing players based on their points.

Losing Player: The losing player’s points are calculated by adding points of the cards in hand that are not part of any sequence or set.

If the player has no pure sequence, the points of all the cards will be added.

If the player has a pure sequence but not two sequences, the value of all cards, except the ones in the pure sequence, is added.

The maximum number of points you can get is capped at 80 points even if the total points of cards in hand are above 80.

### Points Calculation for Drop in Deals Rummy

You can drop the game during your turn in the game. However, players don’t have the option to drop on 2-player tables. But if a player misses three turns consecutively, they are automatically dropped from the game with a score equal to the hand score and capped at 80 points.

If you are playing on a table with more than two players, you can use the drop option, provided you have not picked a card from any pile in that turn. The points you get for the first drop are 20, and for the middle drop, you get 40 points. If you miss three turns consecutively, you are dropped automatically from the game with a middle drop score.

## FAQs

### How much is each card worth in rummy?

The point value of the face cards in rummy – Ace, King, Queen, and Jack are worth 10 points each. The value of the numbered cards is the same as their face value; a 3 equals 3 points, 4 equals 4 points, and so on. The joker card in rummy is worth 0 points.

### How do points work in rummy?

In rummy games, each card carries certain points. The winning player should have zero points in hand; that is, all 13 cards should be grouped/melded into valid sequences and sets. The losing player scores points equal to the total value of ungrouped cards in hand. For example, if you have J, 5, and 6 remaining to be grouped (provided you have at least two sequences, including a pure sequence), your total score will be 10+5+6=21.

### How many points are there in rummy?

In the Indian Rummy games, the maximum points a player can get is capped at 80 points. Therefore, even if the total value of the ungrouped cards in hand exceeds 80 points, the player will get only 80 points.

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