Here are the Rummy Variants available on KhelplayRummy:

Points Rummy is known to be the fastest Rummy format. This is mainly because every game in this **Online Rummy** format lasts only for one deal. In this type of **Indian Rummy**, the game is played for points that have a pre-determined rupee value. There is a single winner who wins the game and the entire cash is given to him at the completion of every game. Winner gets: (Sum of the points scored by his opponents X Pre-decided Rupee value of the points) - Rake.

- Rummy with Joker (Open Deck Joker Card)
- Rummy without Joker

This is a famous Rummy format, also called Syndicate. In this kind of **Rummy Online**, the player who scores the minimum points is declared the winner of the game. A minimum of two and maximum of six players can come together on the table to play a game of Pool Rummy. Since the player with the least score wins the game, the main aim of each player is to keep his score low. In 101 and 201 Rummy, if the score of a player reaches 101 or 201 respectively then he is eliminated and the player who manages to keep his score below the mentioned points until the end wins the game.

- 101 Pool Rummy
- 201 Pool Rummy

- Player with a minimum score at the completion of the game is declared the winner.
- At the 1st Drop a player gets 20 points; at Middle Drop 40 points are awarded. The Full count in this Rummy format is 80 points.
- Two wild Jokers and two printed jokers are included in each game.
- To win one must have 1 Pure Sequence or Life 1 (that is a Sequence made without using a joker or wild card) and 1 more sequence that may or may not include a joker.
- Player who arranges the cards appropriately and makes a valid show attains 0 points. The total points of the remaining players are calculated by adding the values of their cards that do not form a part of a valid set or sequence.
- The points are added after the completion of each Round.
- Players have the option of re-joining. This may be done if the points of the remaining players at the table are below 79.
- Elimination: In this format of Rummy, a player has to leave the game when his score reaches 101 points or surpasses it.
- In the bets below 2000 Real Chips:
- In case three players with drop difference are left at the end then they will be offered the option to split the prize.
- In case two or three players with no drops are left at the end then the prize pool will split automatically.
- In the Bets that are equal to 3000 or more Real Chips, the prize pool will split automatically amidst:
- a) 4 Players: If 4 players with no drops remain at the end.
- b) 3 Players: If 3 players with no drops are left at the end or 2 players left with no drops and 1 player with 1 drop.
- c) 2 Players: If 1 Player is left with no drops and 1 player is left with one drop.
- d) 2 Players (Auto Split)
- 2 Players are left with no drops
- 1 Player is left with no drop and the other player has 1 drop remaining

- A Player having minimum points at the end wins the game.
- At the 1st Drop a player gets 25 points; at Middle Drop 50 points are attained. The Full count in this type of Rummy is 80 points.
- To win one must have 1 Pure Sequence (that is a Sequence made without using a joker or wild card) and 1 more sequence that may or may not include a joker.
- Player who arranges the cards appropriately and makes a valid show attains 0 points. The total points of the remaining players are calculated by adding the values of their cards that do not form a part of a valid set or sequence.
- The points are added after the completion of each Round.
- Players have the option of re-joining. This may be done if the points of the remaining players at the table are below 174.
- Elimination: In this format of Rummy, a player has to leave the game when his score reaches 201 points or surpasses it.
- In the bets below 2000 Real Chips:
- In case three players with drop difference are left at the end then they will be offered the option to split the prize.
- In case two or three players with no drops are left at the end then the prize pool will split automatically.
- In the Bets that are equal to 2000 or more Real Chips, the prize pool will split automatically amidst:
- a) 4 Players: If 4 players with no drops remain at the end.
- b) 3 Players: If 3 players with no drops are left at the end or 2 players left with no drops and 1 player with 1 drop.
- b) 2 Players: If 1 Player is left with no drops and 1 player is left with one drop.
- c) 2 Players (Auto Split)
- 2 Players are left with no drops
- 1 Player is left with no drop and the other player has 1 drop remaining

- As the name suggests, the number of rounds/ games in this format is three.
- At least 2 players are required to play Best of 3 Deals Rummy
- The player who accumulates lesser number of points at the completion of the 3 deals wins the game.
- The highest points a player can get in a deal is 80
- If at the end of the 3rd round, there is a tie between two or more players then a 4th round is played to determine the winner.
- If the difference between the points of 2 players is more than 80 after the completion of 2 rounds then the player whose points are less is considered to be the winner. This is because the maximum a player can score in a round is 80. In this case, there would be no 3rd round.
- There is no Card Drop option in this format.
- Player who arranges the cards in valid sets and sequences and places a valid show attains 0 points. The total points of the remaining player/s are calculated by adding the values of their cards that do not form a part of a valid set or sequence.
- The option to Re-join the game is not available.

After the success of Best of 3 and enormous demands of rummy players, we launched Best of 2 rummy variation as well:

- Instead of 3, in Best of 2 deals variation, the number of rounds/ games in this format is two.
- At least 2 players are required to play Best of 2 Deals Rummy
- The player who accumulates lesser number of points at the completion of the 2 deals wins the game.
- The highest points a player can get in a deal is 80
- If at the end of the 2nd round, there is a tie between two or more players then a 3rd round is played to determine the winner.
- The player with lesser points after the two rounds is considered the winner.
- There is no Card Drop option in this format.
- Player who arranges the cards in valid sets and sequences and places a valid show attains 0 points. The total points of the remaining player/s are calculated by adding the values of their cards that do not form a part of a valid set or sequence.
- The option to Re-join the game is not available.