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Playing for Rummy for cash is protected by Article 19[1](g) in the Indian Constitution. The Honorable Supreme Court of India declared in 1957 that Rummy is a game of skill and re-affirmed that position in 1968. In 1996 the Supreme Court of India stated that games where success depends on a significant amount of skill are not considered gambling.


The Classic game of Indian Rummy is usually played with 2 to 6 players. A single deck of 52 cards is used (54 if wild cards used). For more players, two decks are used. The dealer deals each player 13 cards face down. The next card from the deck is turned face up to form discard pile. Remainder of cards are faced down to form stock pile.
Object is to complete a hand with most or all cards formed into Sets and/or Runs. A Run (sequence) is comprised of three or more cards bearing the same suit. A Set (group) is formed of three or four cards that are identical rank and of different suits. A card can be used only once, either in a Set or in a Run. In other words, you cannot use the same card for both a Run and a Set.
Your hand must contain at least two sequences (Runs) and if jokers are in play, at least one of those should be a pure sequence (ie containing no wild cards). All players take turns to draw and discard cards until one player is able to form at least two sequences. He does this by discarding his final card to signal victory and placing making a show of his melds on the table.