ENTER THE GAME Closed Rummy

Closed Rummy Rules



This rummy game contains 106 tiles: 104 number tiles and two Joly tiles. The number tiles are divided into four colors: red, yellow, blue and black. Each color contains the numbers 1 to 13 in duplicate.

The rummy game also contains four boards which hold tiles during the game so that each player can only see his tiles.


Players and starting the game


The game can be played by 2, 3 or 4 players. At first you have 45 seconds to declare doubles and to place your tiles on the board.



Each round of the game you have to draw a tile and discard one.



Tiles and distributing them


Grouping and arranging the tiles

After being shuffled, the tiles are grouped into piles of 7 and placed on the table. A single tile will remain ungrouped – it will be turned and will become the ace in the game.

Distributing the tiles

The tiles are distributed automatically for each player. The group with one more tile goes to the first player and the division continues until each player has two piles.

Each player arranges the tiles on the board - each has 14 tiles except the first which has 15. From the left piles, tiles will be drawn during the game.

Doubles

Before starting the game, if a player has a pair of identical tiles (same number and same color), he may declare doubles with a double click on each desired tile.

Any other player who has a double can exchange with the other. You can only change the double of the same value ("high double" to “high double" and " low double" to "low double"). Tiles from 2 to 9 are low and from 10 to 13 they are high. Tile number 1 is considered a high double.

Doubles are distributed and changed automatically after declaring them and if there is double availability from other players.





Closed rummy objective


The objective is to close on the board, basically to group 14 pieces on the board correctly (simple board game, Mosaic, Bicolor, Monocolor, etc.) and to end with the 15th remaining ungrouped piece by pressing Close.

If a player has entered the game room when the game has started he can wait until the end and automatically enter the next game.


Closed rummy has multiple types:


1. Simple game

The player chooses to make suites and formations on the board. The game ends when, after discarding a tile, the player only has suites and formations on the board.

It is mandatory to find at least one suite on the board. It is not mandatory to have a formation on board, you can just close with suites.


Simple closing on the board – Suites and formations


Simple closing on the board – Suites


Note
When all the formations are complete on the board (14 tiles + 1 separate closing tile) the "Close" button occurs. If the player does not want to close at the moment (and wants to close with Joly), he can still play.





This is incomplete and the Close button does not appear because there are 13 tiles + 1 tile. You must close with the 15th tile only when the close button appears.


2. Minor


Formations/suites with tiles of under 10 (which do not include 10).



3. Minor 51


Formations/suites with tiles of under 10 which summed up are 51 or less (which do not include 10).
Formations/suites with tiles of under 10 which summed up are 51 or less (which do not include 10).



4. Minor 51 formations


Only formations that summed up are 51 or less.



5. Minor 51 Suites


Only suites that summed up are 51 or less.



6. Piccolo 41 (DEACTIVATED)


Any 14 tiles that summed up are 41 or less.



7. Piccolo 41 Sets


Formations / suites that summed up are 41 or less.



8. Piccolo 41 Suite


Suites that summed up are 41 or less.



9. Piccolo 41 Formations


Formations that summed up are 41 or less.



10. Major Chaotic (DEACTIVATED)


Any 14 tiles above 9 or equal to 1 (which do not include 9).
E.g. : 1, 10, 11, 12, 13 . All tiles must be on the same line.



11. Major


Formations / suites with tiles above 9 or equal to 1 (which do not include 9).
E.g.: 1, 10, 11, 12, 13.



12. Square


Eight tiles of the same number; the others can be anything.



13. Four colors


Four suites of different colors.



14. Minor four colors


Four suites of different colors under 10 (which do not include 10).



15. Major four colors


Four suites of different colors over 9 or equal to 1 (which do not include 9).
E.g.: 1, 10, 11, 12, 13.



16. Tricolor


Three suites of different colors.



17. Minor Tricolor


Three suites of different colors under 10 (which do not include 10).



18. Major Tricolor


Three suites of different colors over 9 or equal to 1 (which do not include 9).
E.g.: 1, 10, 11, 12, 13.



19. Bicolor


2, 3 or 4 suites using only 2 colors.



20. Minor Bicolor


2, 3 or 4 suites using only 2 colors with tiles under 10 (which do not include 10).



21. Monocolor (DEACTIVATED)


Any 14 tiles of one color.



22. Monocolor Suite


2, 3 or 4 suites of a single color.



23. Royal Monocolor


A single suite from 1 to 1.



24. Formations


Four formations.



25. Minor Formations


Four formations of tiles under 10 (which do not include 10).



26. Major Formations


Four formations of tiles above 9 or equal to 1 (which do not include 9).



27. Mozaic


A sigle suite from 1 to 1 with any 2 adjacent tiles of different colors, first 4 and last 4 must contain all colors.



The player must have 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-1 of different colors on the board. There mustn’t be 2 tiles of the same color next to each other. Another mandatory thing is that first and last 4 tiles each have different colors.




28. Bicolor Mozaic


A single suite from 1 to 1 with any two adjacent tiles of different colors, using only 2 colors.



29. Small wave


2 suites from 1 to 7 with any 2 adjacent tiles of different colors.



30. Big wave


2 suites from 8 to 1 with any 2 adjacent tiles of different colors.



31. Monocolor Small wave


Two suites from 1 to 7, both same color.



32. Monocolor Big Wave


Two suites from 1 to 7, different colors.



33. Bicolor Small wave


Two suites from 8 to 1, different colors.



34. Bicolor Big wave


Two suites from 1 to 7, different colors



35. Seven pairs


Seven pairs of identical tiles.



36. Seven minor pairs


Seven pairs of identical tiles, each under 10.



37. Seven major pairs


Seven pairs of identical tiles, each above 9 or equal to 1.



38. Seven monocolor pairs


38. Seven monocolor pairs