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Ultimate Rummy Quiz

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Date: 14 Feb 2017
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Ultimate Rummy Quiz

Do you love to play Indian Rummy online? How much do you know about the finer nuances of the game? Are you aware that it is a game based on your skills? Does Mathematics play any role in this card-melding game? On what all devices can you enjoy online rummy? What benefits are associated with playing rummy? You might be wondering that it was supposed to be an introduction to the Ultimate Rummy Quiz, but the quiz has already begun!

It is just a prelude to what is on the cards. You need to exercise your mind to play your cards well in rummy. And…you need to put a strain on your mental faculties to answer the questions in the upcoming quiz…that’s the fun of it. You can utilize what you learn from the knowledge-boosting quiz to boost your winning prospects when you land on the vibrant rummy tables.

If you are an online rummy player, you will be able to answer most of these game related questions correctly. Check your skill level and see how many you can get right in the first go. Playing online or mobile rummy regularly definitely improves your craft, but familiarity with the terms makes you a true connoisseur. So what level are you - a master, an ultimate rummy expert, a player or a novice? Answer these questions honestly and see where you stand. Even if you don’t know the correct answer, it’s a great way to learn something new about a game you love. This quiz is just another way to show that you Play Love and Win!

Don’t cheat! The answers are given at the end of the quiz.

Questions

1- Number of cards dealt to each player in Indian Rummy

  1. 15
  2. 13
  3. 9

2- Can there be a tie in Indian rummy games that are played online?

  1. No, a tie is not possible in Indian Rummy.
  2. Yes, a tie is possible in only one variation of Pool Rummy as 2 players could reach the same count simultaneously.
  3. Yes, a tie is possible in all Indian Rummy Games that are played online.

3- Which Indian Rummy variant does not support the ‘Drop’ option?

  1. Points Rummy
  2. Deals Rummy
  3. Pool Rummy

4- Can you pick up a joker card discarded by an opponent in rummy?

  1. Yes, if it is your turn next, you can.
  2. No, a joker card discarded by an opponent cannot be picked up by any player at the table.
  3. No, the player who has discarded the joker card is the only one at the table who can pick up the card.

5- What is the meaning of ‘baiting’ in a game of rummy?

  1. It means to plan your moves in such a way that you trap your opponent into discarding a card of the same suit.
  2. When you discard a high card knowing that your opponent needs it and will not be able to pick it up because it is not his/ her turn.
  3. Baiting is a term used only in Poker and not in Rummy.

6- In single deck 'Indian Rummy', ....... Printed Joker cards are allowed

  1. 2
  2. 1
  3. 3

7- What is the meaning of the term ‘Show’?

  1. The face up cards in the discard pile are Show cards.
  2. When a player reveals any card in hand, it is termed as a Show.
  3. Show simply means to declare the game. Once a player completes a show, the game is stopped. The declared cards are checked for validity and if found correctly melded according to the rules of the game; the winner is declared.

8- If a player opts for a Middle Drop in 101 Pool Rummy, the score is ....

  1. 25
  2. 50
  3. 40

9- What are deadwood cards?

  1. Cards that have high points are called deadwood cards.
  2. All cards that are unmatched and have a very low probability of being melded successfully are termed as deadwood cards.
  3. All cards that are worn out and cannot be used in the game are called deadwood cards.

10- Is it necessary to have a 'Joker' Card in a valid declaration in Indian Rummy?

  1. Yes
  2. No

11- What does the term ‘Floating’ mean in reference to Rummy?

  1. A player who does not need to discard is termed as the floating player. It is the person at the table who has already completed their discard.
  2. The player who gets to deal the cards at the beginning of the game is known as the floater.
  3. All cards preceding the Joker cards are called floating cards.

12- What is Rake?

  1. Rake is a bonus which the winner gets.
  2. Rake is the sum total of all points won by a player.
  3. Rake is the amount of service fee kept by the host for facilitating rummy games. It is subtracted out of the win amount.

13- How many printed jokers are used in a four-players rummy game?

  1. 2
  2. 6
  3. 3

14- What is meant by a safe discard?

  1. There is no such term in online rummy.
  2. Cards that you discard and the opponent players are unlikely to pick because they have no use of these cards.
  3. Cards that carry high points like picture cards are safe to discard because they reduce the total points in hand.

15- By how many points do you lose for a wrong declaration in 13 Card Rummy?

  1. 80
  2. 100
  3. 10

16- What is RNG?

  1. Random Number Game
  2. Real Number Generator
  3. Random Number Generator

Rummy Quiz Answers

1- 2. Each player gets 13 cards in Indian Rummy.

2- 1. No, a tie is not possible in Indian Rummy.

3- 2. There is no Drop option in Deals Rummy.

4- 2. No, a joker card discarded by an opponent cannot be picked up by any player at the table.

5- 1. It means to plan your moves in such a way that you trap your opponent into discarding a card of the same suit.

6- 2. Although a standard deck of cards contains 2 printed jokers, a single-deck Indian Rummy - the online version, allows only one printed joker card.

7- 3. The Show simply means to declare the game. Once a player completes a show, the game is stopped. The declared cards are checked for validity and if found correctly melded according to the rules of the game; the winner is declared.

8- 3. A middle drop in 101 Pool Rummy restricts the score to 40.

9- 2. All cards that are unmatched and have a very low probability of being melded successfully are termed as deadwood cards.

10- 2. A valid declaration can be made without a joker.

11- 1. A player who does not need to discard is termed as the floating player. It is the person at the table who has already completed their discard.

12- 3. Rake is the amount of service fee kept by the host for facilitating the rummy games. It is subtracted out of the win amount.

13- 1. For four players, 2 decks of cards with 2 printed jokers are used.

14- 2. Cards that you discard and the opponent players are unlikely to pick because they have no use of these cards.

15- 1. A wrong declaration makes a player lose by the highest value, i.e., 80 points.

16- 3. Random Number Generator that credible rummy portals use to ensure fair games.

Grade yourself

If you answered all the questions correctly, you did extremely well and you deserve to confer the title of Rummy Master on yourself. If you got 12-16 questions right, you are highly knowledgeable and you can call yourself an ultimate rummy expert. If you got 8-12 questions right, you are definitely a rummy player. Anything below 8 and you need to brush up your familiarity with the game. Read blogs on Rummy Gyan and watch videos to learn more about the game you love to play. After all, Knowledge is Power, and Attitude is Everything.

It is true that we should play a game with a primary aim to enjoy - winning and losing come afterwards, but equally true is the fact that when we win, our joy knows no bounds. Develop a learning attitude to gain knowledge, and bask in the glory of your wins on the tables of online rummy!

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