10 Card Rummy - FAQs

10 card rummy is an exciting rummy variant which is similar to 13 cards Indian rummy. Both these rummy variants follow a similar set of rules. As the name suggests, 10 cards are dealt to each player instead of 13 cards. So, if you are familiar with 13 cards rummy, you can quickly learn how to play 10 cards rummy on JungleeRummy.com.

How to Play 10 Card Rummy?

10 Card points rummy is usually played between 2 to 6 players with one or two standard decks of 52 cards, including the Printed Jokers. The rules for 10 cards rummy are simple and are summarised below:
Each player has to bring a minimum amount to the table, which has a pre-decided rupee value. A random toss is made to decide the player who will make his/her first move. In a clockwise direction, 10 cards are dealt to each player and a wild joker is selected from the remaining cards randomly. The remaining cards are placed face down after the cards are distributed to every player, which form the closed deck. The first card of the closed deck is placed face up to form the open deck.
The objective of the game is to make one pure sequence and arrange the remaining cards into sequences or sets. You can complete the objective by picking a card from the open deck or the closed deck and arrange the cards into sets and sequences. Once the objective is complete, you need to discard one of the cards into the finish slot and declare. If all the cards are grouped into valid sequences and/or sets, you win the game with zero points.

How do I calculate the scores in 10 Cards Rummy?

Winner’s Score
The player who finishes the game first with a valid hand wins the game and gets zero points.

Wrong Declare
If a player declares the game with an invalid hand, he/she gets 60 points.

Points Calculation for Losing Players
The losing player(s) gets the points based on their card values. Every card has a certain number of points. Face cards have 10 points each:

Ace of all suits carry 10 points each
King of all suits carry 10 points each
Queen of all suits carry 10 points each
Jack of all suits carry 10 points each
All other cards have points according to their numerical value. For example, card 5 of any suit carries 5 points, and card 9 of any suit carries 9 points.
All Jokers (Wild and Printed) carry zero points.

Calculating the Scores in 10 Card Point Rummy
The scores of losing players are calculated by adding the points carried by the cards in his/her hand. In case if a losing player does not have a pure sequence in his hand, then the points of all the cards are calculated. A player can lose by a maximum of 60 points in this game.

How are winnings calculated in 10 Cards Rummy?

Winnings in 10 Cards Rummy are calculated by using a simple formula:

Winnings = (Sum of points of all opponents) X (Rupee-value of the point) – JungleeRummy Fees
For example, if you are playing on a 4-player table with ‘Rs. 1 per point’ value and win the game. Now, you will win all the cash lost by the losing players. If the four players lose with 10, 20, 25 and 40 points respectively, your winning amount will be calculated as:

1 x (10 + 20 + 25 + 40) = Rs. 95
This winning will be credited to your account immediately after the deduction of JungleeRummy Fee.

What is the maximum limit of points can I get on losing a game?

You can get a maximum of 60 points in irrespective of the cards you hold. For example, if you are playing on a "Rs. 2 point table", you can lose a maximum of Rs. 120.

How do I Drop in 10 Cards Rummy?

You can drop out at any point during the game. To drop, you need to click on the “Drop” button to drop out of the game. First Drop

If you drop in the very first turn without picking a card, you will lose the game with 20 points.
Middle Drop
If you drop after the first turn or after picking a card, you will lose the game with 40 points.
Consecutive Misses
If you miss three consecutive turns, you will be automatically dropped out of the game with 40 points.

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