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Stock Pile - Take a single card from the stock pile. None of the cards can be seen in this pile because they are upside down. Hence if you take a card from the stock pile there is less certainty than drawing from the discard pile.
The Deal - Cards are face down and dealt to each player after shuffling, starting from the player sitting to left of dealer and the cards are distributed to each player starting from the immediate next one in a clockwise direction.
Card Scoring - Each game has its own scoring, we need to consider them differently for each game. Aces score 1 as low, 2 to 10 scores their rank value and J, Q, K scores 10. Aces are worth the highest points 15 in Rummy 500.
Wild Card - In a few games wild card has completely zero points and in other games wild card is used as any card to meld a Set or Run as a Joker. Hence wild card is very useful for the game.
Deadwood - In Rummy game mainly in Gin, we speak deadwood for cards which do not meld in any Run or Set at the end of the game and those unmatched cards are counted as the total deadwood points of that game.
     
Up Card - This is the card left after the completion of distributing cards among all the players and is placed face up on top of the discard pile and all players can view it.
Discard Pile - The players place an unwanted card face up on the table is called discard pile. Players can see and pick only the top card and they can not see the discarded cards in previous round (except in Rummy 500).
Melding - Melding is the process of combining cards together to form sets (Minimum three cards of same rank) or runs (Minimum three cards of same suit in repeated rank). A meld can be either a set or a run (sequence).
Aces Low - In most Rummy games Aces do not apply round the corner (A-2-3 is valid but not K-A-2 or Q-K-A). Aces score one point in most of the Rummy games. In 500 they are high and low.
Laying Off - Player offered to attach cards into open melds, which is before on the table. In Gin, this movement can only possible when someone knocks and does not occur if a player goes Gin – the game ends there.
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Rummy -   Rummy (Straight Rummy) is played with a single deck. Cards can be melded between turns or added to existing runs or sequence. If a player wins in first round  his points are multiplied by two to his opponents deadwood count. Therefore he earns Rummy bonus.

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Rummy 500 - This game is similar to Straight Rummy but scoring varies. Two decks are used to play the game with five players or more. Wild cards are used in this game and Aces are ranked high as 15 points. We can draw multiple cards from the discard pile only if we can meld the card first taken.
Gin Rummy - No wild cards are allowed in this game. 10 cards are distributed to each player from a deck of 52 cards. We can knock the game if we have 10 or fewer points (deadwood). We can meld cards only at the end of the hand. The easiest way to learn the game is to play.

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Indian Rummy - This game is similar to Gin Rummy but knocking is not allowed, we are supposed to meld all the cards available in hand. Two decks are used to play with wild cards up to six players can play. We need to have two sequences (one of them should be pure) before we can go out.
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