Deals Rummy vs Point Rummy

The rules of classic 13-card rummy are accepted and played all across Indian households. However, 13-card rummy or Indian rummy also has several variants. In modern days, all these variations are also available to be played online in many gaming applications. Even though the concepts and rules of Rummy remain the same, there are some differences in gameplay.

When playing rummy, a player can choose to play between Points Rummy, Pools Rummy or even Deals Rummy. The players select the differences based on which variant they are mostly comfortable with. For example, Points Rummy provides you the option of dropping out if you do not have a winning set of cards.

Deals Rummy vs Points Rummy differences:

Here, we discuss the key differences between :

Deals Rummy

Points Rummy

1-2 decks are cards are used

1-2 decks are cards are used

2-6 players

2-6 players

13 cards are dealt

13 cards are dealt

Deals Rummy is another variant of the 13 card Rummy game & Indian Rummy where a fixed number of cards are dealt to each player

Points Rummy is a variant of 13 cards Indian Rummy where players play for points after pre-deciding the rupee variant

At the end of each deal, the winner of the game gets the chips from the losing players depending on their score. The player with the highest chip count is the winner

The winner is decided when one of the player declares a valid set (pure sequence + impure sequences). Once the declaration is valid, then the points of all the other players are calculated. In case of 101 Points Rummy, then the player who reaches 101 points first is eliminated

In Deals Rummy, usually the players are ranked in the order of their existing chip value count. The player who has the highest chip count will also have the highest rank.

Unlike Deals Rummy, in Points Rummy, the points calculated are quite straightforward.

Deals Rummy vs Points Rummy is the most discussed as they are the two rummy variants that are more commonly played. On Points Rummy, a player can choose between 101 or 201 Points, which is the highest points that a player can accumulate before losing. However, in Deals Rummy, there is a chip count.

Both these variations of the classic 13-card Rummy are enjoyable. With Gamezy, both these variants give the player exciting rewards on tables.

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