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##### What is Rummy?

Rummy is a popular card game that is one of a larger number of Draw and Discard games. The basic ojective of Rummy is to improve whatever cards one has, that is, the Hand - by drawing and discarding cards and forming sets. Certain rules, described later, have to be followed while making these sets.

According to the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, Rummy is a game of skill and not a game of chance and absolutely legal to play.

According to the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, Rummy is a game of skill and not a game of chance and absolutely legal to play.

##### What is Classical Indian Rummy?

Classical Indian Rummy is a variant of Rummy that involves making valid sets out of 13 cards. Each player is dealt 13 cards initially; each has to draw and discard cards by turns till one player has valid sets and makes a correct show.

All games in Ace2Three follow the rules of Classic Indian Rummy, as described below.

All games in Ace2Three follow the rules of Classic Indian Rummy, as described below.

##### What is a Table?

A

**Table**is where a**Game**of rummy is played. Typically, one**Game**of rummy is played on one**Table**.##### What is Meld and Show?

For a particular Hand, each player is provided with 13 cards. The objective of Rummy is to arrange these cards into 4 groups of 3, 3, 3 and 4 cards. These groups can be either

**Life**or**Set**. A minimum of 2**Lives**are required to have a valid arrangement. Once the player has made these groups, he has to submit the cards in groups for validation. This action of submitting the cards is called**Show**. However, to have a successful**Show**, the player has to arrange the cards into**Lives**or**Sets**. This action of arranging the cards in groups is called**Meld**or**Melding**.##### What is a Round?

A

**Round**is part of a**Game**that starts with**Dealing**the cards to each player and ends with a player making a successful**Show**or the prize being**Split**.##### What is Dealing?

To start playing a

**Round**, the cards have to be given to all the players. The act of giving the card to all the players is termed as**Dealing**.##### What is a Life?

A

**Life**is a sequence of at least 3 cards of the same suit. To make a successful**Show**, a player must have at least**1 Pure Life (Life with no jokers).**Examples of Pure Life are as follows:

**Example 1 **

**Example 2 **

Once a player has

**1 Pure Life**, he can have a**Life with joker(s)**. Examples of**Life with joker(s)**are as follows:**Example 1 **

**Example 2 **

##### What is a Set?

A

**Set**is a group of 3 or 4 cards with the same**Value**or different**Suits**. Examples of**Sets**are as follows:**Example 1 **

**Example 2 **

##### What is a Deck of cards?

###### A complete set of cards is called a Deck of cards. A Deck of cards consists of the following cards:

- 52 cards
- 4 Suits with 13 cards each

- 1 joker - A joker can be used in place of any card

##### What is a Suit?

###### A Deck of Cards is divided into 4 categories called Suits. Each Suit has 13 cards. Each card has a Value. The cards with the Values are as follows:

##### Type

##### Value

Ace

10

King

10

Queen

10

Jack

10

Ten

10

Nine

9

Eight

8

Seven

7

Six

6

Five

5

Four

4

Three

3

Two

2

##### What are the different types of Games of Rummy on Ace2Three?

###### The following variants of Classic Indian Rummy are offered as type of Games on Ace2Three:

**101 Pool**

The 101 Pool game can be played between as few as 2 players and as many as 6 players. After every round, the scores are updated. The player who makes a successful Show gets 0; the players who do not make successful Shows get a score that is equal to the sum of the Values of their cards that are not a part of a valid Life or Set. These scores get added up after the end of every Round. A player is eliminated once his score is 101 or more.**201 Pool**

The 201 Pool game can be played between as few as 2 players and as many as 6 players. After every round, the scores are updated. The player who makes a successful Show gets 0; the players who do not make successful Shows get a score that is equal to the sum of the Values of their cards that are not a part of a valid Life or Set. These scores get added up after the end of every Round. A player is eliminated once his score is 201 or more.**Best of 3**

The**Best of 3**game is played between 2 players and consists of a maximum of**3****Rounds**. After every round, the scores are updated. The player who makes a successful**Show**gets 0; the player who does not make a successful**Show**gets a score that is equal to the sum of the**Values**of his cards that are not a part of a valid**Life**or**Set**. The player with the lower score at the end of 3**Rounds**wins.

The maximum score for a**Round**is 80. Therefore, if the difference between the scores of the two players after 2**Rounds**is more than 80, there is no way the player with the higher score can win. Hence, the player is declared the winner with only**2****Rounds**having been played.

**For Example,**

Score at end of Round 1: Player 1 => 23, Player 2 => 0

Score at end of Round 2: Player 1 => 82, Player 2 => 0

At the end of Round 3, Player 2 can have a maximum score of 80. However, Player 2 would still win. Therefore, the 3rd Round is not necessary and the Game ends in 2 Rounds.

Score at end of Round 2: Player 1 => 82, Player 2 => 0

At the end of Round 3, Player 2 can have a maximum score of 80. However, Player 2 would still win. Therefore, the 3rd Round is not necessary and the Game ends in 2 Rounds.

##### What is a Drop?

Players can choose not to play a particular Round before Drawing the first card. This action is termed as Drop.

If a player Drops in 101 Pool, the score is 20.

If a player Drops in 201 Pool, the score is 25.

A player cannot Drop in Best of 3.

If a player Drops in 101 Pool, the score is 20.

If a player Drops in 201 Pool, the score is 25.

A player cannot Drop in Best of 3.

##### What is a Middle Drop?

Players can choose not to play after a Round starts by neither Drawing nor Discarding any cards. This action is termed as Middle Drop.

If a player does a

If a player does a

A player

If a player does a

**Middle Drop**in**101 Pool**, the score is**40**.If a player does a

**Middle Drop**in**201 Pool**, the score is**50**.A player

**cannot**make a**Middle Drop**in**Best of 3**.##### What is a Full Count?

A

**Full Count**is the maximum possible score for one**Round**. For all types of games in Ace2Three, the**Full Count**is**80**.##### What are Chips?

Chips are what players need to play on Ace2Three. When a player wants to play a Game, a specific number of Chips are deducted from his account. Similarly, when a player wins a Game, a specific number of Chips are added to his account.

**Chips**are of 3 types:

**Play Chips**are free and used to play fun games; can be reloaded anytime the balance falls below 1000.**Real Chips**are the ones you buy. Use these to play cash games and win huge prizes.**Tournament Chips**are used only for Tournaments; are added on registration for any Tournament.

##### What is a Multi Table Tournament?

**Multi Table Tournament**is a format of Classic Indian rummy on Ace2Three.com. Here, multiple players play on multiple tables. These multiple tables are a part of the same

**Multi Table Tournament.**

These tournaments are divided into different parts, with specific durations, termed as Level. Each Level requires a different number of tournament chips to qualify and a different entry.

##### What is a Level?

Multi Table Tournaments are divided into multiple

**Levels**. Each**Level**has a specific duration, requires a different number of**Tournament Chips**to qualify and a different**Entry Amount**.##### What is meant by Qualify for a Level?

A player needs a number of

Typically, the number of chips required to

**Tournament Chips**to be eligible for a**Level**. When a player registers for a Tournament, the number of**Tournament Chips**required to qualify for**Level 1**of the**Tournament**is provided to the player.Typically, the number of chips required to

**qualify**for different**Levels**are different.##### What is an entry amount?

###### Each Level has a specific **entry amount**.

Whenever a player makes a successful **Show**, the number of **Tournament Chips** he gains is equal to the sum of the **Values** of the cards of other players on the same **Table** that are not a part of a valid Life or Set multiplied by the entry amount.
Similarly, the number of Tournament Chips a player loses when another player makes a successful Show is equal to the sum of the Values of his cards that are not a part of a valid **Life** or Set multiplied by the **entry amount**.

##### What are the different types of Multi Table Tournament on Ace2Three?

###### The 2 types of Multi Table Tournament on Ace2Three are:

##### What is a Multi Level Collapsible Stake (Multi Table Tourneys)?

**Multi Level Collapsible Stake Tournaments**have been designed to present players with the excitement and enjoyment of real life rummy tournaments. Instead of playing with players on only 1 table, players have an opportunity to compete with hundreds of other players. The players are randomly seated and tables are collapsed and merged frequently to avoid any chances of collusion. All necessary steps are taken to prevent fraud of any kind.

The rules of

**Multi Table Tourneys**are as follows:- A large number of players can participate
- The winner’s prize is huge
- The higher the number of players participating, the higher the number of prize winners
- These are
**3 Level**tournaments with:- Different entry amounts for each
**Level** - Different number of
**Tournament Chips**required to**qualify**for each**Level** - Different
**Buyins**for each**Level** - 30 minutes duration for each
**Level**

- Different entry amounts for each
- Players are eliminated as the tournament progresses
- Tables that are not full or are empty are automatically merged with other tables
- All players begin the tournament with an equal number of
**Tournament Chips** -
**Levels**progress automatically - Players will have the option of
**re-entry**after a level ends - The tournament will start at the scheduled time
- Players will be seated randomly and the table where they will be seated will open up automatically if the player is logged in at the scheduled start time
- If a player has registered for a tournament but is not online at the scheduled start, every turn he misses will be treated as a
**Drop** - Players gain and lose
**Tournament Chips**as the tournament progresses according to their performance during the different**Levels** - Players are eliminated from the tournament when the number of
**Tournament Chips**they have is less than the max count multiplied with the**entry**of the**Level**. These playing chips help to determine the rank of the players - Players may register for a specific
**Multi Table Tourneys**as long as they meet the relevant terms and conditions, and as long as they register before the tournament begins, or as long as the number of allowed participating players has not been exceeded. Players are allowed to use only one account. No multiple accounts are allowed on Ace2Three. - The
**entry**is deducted from player's account as soon as registration is successful. Each tournament might have a different entry amount and Freeroll tournaments require no entry at all. To play the next level a player needs to win the required Tournament Chips at the end of previous level to qualify. - To play the next level a player needs to win the required
**Tournament Chips**at the end of previous level to**qualify**. - Any players found using multiple accounts to enter these tourneys or engaging in any fraudulent activity will have their accounts closed and any winnings will be null and void.
- Players that do not comply with Ace2Three's Chat Abuse Policy will be removed from the tournaments immediately, and any winnings will be null and void.
- Terms of Use on www.ace2three.com also apply to this tournament.
- Management reserves the right to change or cancel this promotion at any time without any prior notice.
- Tournament Tables will be open as per the schedule in the Jackpot Tourney Lobby.

# What is the Prize Pool for the Multi Table Tourneys?

The prize pool is dynamic and depends on the number of registrations and add in for all Levels; it will be displayed in the Tournament Lobby during Level 3.

# What are Stake Tournaments or Entry Amounts?

Stake Tournaments have a point value associated with them. Once a player makes a ‘Show’, the number of chips he accumulates is equal to the point value multiplied by the invalid card points for all other players.

For example, player A declares a ‘Show’. The counts of players B, C, D and E are 2, 25, 65 and 80 respectively.

If the point value is 1, A gets (1 X 2) + (1 X 25) + (1 X 65) + (1 X 80), that is, 172; B, C, D, E are deducted (1 X 2), (1 X 25), (1 X 65), (1 X 80), that is 2, 25, 65, 80 respectively.

If the point value is 2, A gets (2 X 2) + (2 X 25) + (2 X 65) + (2 X 80), that is, 344; B, C, D, E are deducted (2 X 2), (2 X 25), (2 X 65), (2 X 80), that is 4, 50, 130, 160 respectively.

If the point value is 5, A gets (5 X 2) + (5 X 25) + (5 X 65) + (5 X 80), that is, 860; B, C, D, E are deducted (5 X 2), (5 X 25), (5 X 65), (5 X 80), that is 4, 50, 130, 160 respectively.

For example, player A declares a ‘Show’. The counts of players B, C, D and E are 2, 25, 65 and 80 respectively.

If the point value is 1, A gets (1 X 2) + (1 X 25) + (1 X 65) + (1 X 80), that is, 172; B, C, D, E are deducted (1 X 2), (1 X 25), (1 X 65), (1 X 80), that is 2, 25, 65, 80 respectively.

If the point value is 2, A gets (2 X 2) + (2 X 25) + (2 X 65) + (2 X 80), that is, 344; B, C, D, E are deducted (2 X 2), (2 X 25), (2 X 65), (2 X 80), that is 4, 50, 130, 160 respectively.

If the point value is 5, A gets (5 X 2) + (5 X 25) + (5 X 65) + (5 X 80), that is, 860; B, C, D, E are deducted (5 X 2), (5 X 25), (5 X 65), (5 X 80), that is 4, 50, 130, 160 respectively.

# How can you register for a Multi Table Tourneys?

- Click on the ‘Register’ button at the bottom right hand corner of the Tournament Lobby to register. You will then be prompted with a popup message that indicates your registration has been successful.
- As long as the tournament is under the registration status, you may cancel your registration by clicking on the "Cancel Registration" button located at the same place. In this case, the
**entry**(if any) will be credited back to your account in full.

##### What is a Sit N Go (SNG) Tournament?

**Sit N Go Tournaments**is a variant of the Multi Table Tourneys - the tournament involves a lesser number of players than a Multi Table Tourneys and starts as soon as that many players have registered. The tournament duration is less than a typical Multi Table Tourneys tournament and encourages players who want fast games but similar cash prizes.

The rules are as follows:

- The higher the number of players participating, the higher the number of prize winners
- SNGs are 2 Level tournaments with:
- Different entry amounts for each
**Level** - Different number of
**Tournament Chips**required to**qualify**for each**Level** - Different
**Buyins**for each**Level** - 20 minutes duration for each
**Level**

- Different entry amounts for each
- Players are eliminated as the tournament progresses
- Tables that are not full or are empty are automatically merged with other tables
- All players begin the tournament with an equal number of
**Tournament Chips** **Levels**progress automatically- Players will have the option of
**re-entry**after a level ends - The tournament will start at the scheduled time
- Players will be seated randomly and the table where they will be seated will open up automatically if the player is logged in at the scheduled start time
- If a player has registered for a tournament but is not online at the scheduled start, every turn he misses will be treated as a
**Drop** - Players gain and lose
**Tournament Chips**as the tournament progresses according to their performance during the different**Levels** - Players are eliminated from the tournament when the number of
**Tournament Chips**they have is less than the max count multiplied with the**Entry**of the**Level**. These playing chips help to determine the rank of the players - Players may register for a specific
**Multi Table Tourneys**as long as they meet the relevant terms and conditions, and as long as they register before the tournament begins, or as long as the number of allowed participating players has not been exceeded. Players are allowed to use only one account. No multiple accounts are allowed on Ace2Three. - The entry is deducted from players' accounts as soon as registration is successful. Each tournament might have a different entry amount and Freeroll tournaments require no entry at all.
- To play the next level a player needs to win the required Tournament Chips at the end of previous level to qualify.
- Any players found using multiple accounts to enter these tourneys or engaging in any fraudulent activity will have their accounts closed and any winnings will be null and void.
- Players that do not comply with Ace2Three's Chat Abuse Policy will be removed from the tournaments immediately, and any winnings will be null and void.
- Terms of Use on www.ace2three.com also apply to this tournament.
- Management reserves the right to change or cancel this promotion at any time without any prior notice.
- Tournament Tables will be open as per the schedule in the Jackpot Tourney Lobby.

# What is the Prize Pool?

The prize pool is dynamic and depends on the number of registrations and add in for all Levels; it will be displayed in the Tournament Lobby during Level 2.

# What are Stake Tournaments or point value?

Stake Tournaments have a point value associated with them. Once a player makes a ‘Show’, the number of chips he accumulates is equal to the point value multiplied by the invalid card points for all other players.

For example, player A declares a ‘Show’. The counts of players B, C, D and E are 2, 25, 65 and 80 respectively.

If the point value is 1, A gets (1 X 2) + (1 X 25) + (1 X 65) + (1 X 80), that is, 172; B, C, D, E are deducted (1 X 2), (1 X 25), (1 X 65), (1 X 80), that is 2, 25, 65, 80 respectively.

If the point value is 2, A gets (2 X 2) + (2 X 25) + (2 X 65) + (2 X 80), that is, 344; B, C, D, E are deducted (2 X 2), (2 X 25), (2 X 65), (2 X 80), that is 4, 50, 130, 160 respectively.

If the point value is 5, A gets (5 X 2) + (5 X 25) + (5 X 65) + (5 X 80), that is, 860; B, C, D, E are deducted (5 X 2), (5 X 25), (5 X 65), (5 X 80), that is 4, 50, 130, 160 respectively.

For example, player A declares a ‘Show’. The counts of players B, C, D and E are 2, 25, 65 and 80 respectively.

If the point value is 1, A gets (1 X 2) + (1 X 25) + (1 X 65) + (1 X 80), that is, 172; B, C, D, E are deducted (1 X 2), (1 X 25), (1 X 65), (1 X 80), that is 2, 25, 65, 80 respectively.

If the point value is 2, A gets (2 X 2) + (2 X 25) + (2 X 65) + (2 X 80), that is, 344; B, C, D, E are deducted (2 X 2), (2 X 25), (2 X 65), (2 X 80), that is 4, 50, 130, 160 respectively.

If the point value is 5, A gets (5 X 2) + (5 X 25) + (5 X 65) + (5 X 80), that is, 860; B, C, D, E are deducted (5 X 2), (5 X 25), (5 X 65), (5 X 80), that is 4, 50, 130, 160 respectively.

# How can you register for a SNG?

- Click on the ‘Register’ button at the bottom right hand corner of the Tournament Lobby to register. You will then be prompted with a popup message that indicates your registration has been successful.
- As long as the tournament is under the registration status, you may cancel your registration by clicking on the "Cancel Registration" button located at the same place. In this case, the
**entry**(if any) will be credited back to your account in full.