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August 27th, 2014

High schools across America are adopting a policy where their students must have a certain number of community service hours in order to graduate with their diploma. This charitable action has wide reaching applications when it comes to rummy gaming and entertainment. Yep, that’s right, you can use your fun rummy card time to earn community service hours. We will give you some ideas about where you can apply your rummy game play skills and earn your community service action hours with just a card deck and a bit of ingenuity. Read the rest of this entry »

August 20th, 2014

Have you been looking for a new way to entertain yourself while gaining some social interaction? Kind of shy, or very outgoing? Rummy meet up groups are a great place for introverts and extroverts to interact, and they are happening around the nation. So, where can you fund a rummy meet up group in your area? Read the rest of this entry »

August 13th, 2014

In our last post we talked about the face to face card play of rummy, and how the in person game play can help cross generational barriers by providing a common interest that teaches skills like counting and pattern recognition to the younger generations. Rummy that is played online can also teach some excellent skills to players of all ages and its benefits should not be overlooked. We like balance, and think that it would be a shame if no online game play of rummy took place as in today’s world all of us should be well-versed in computer skills, and one of life’s most important skills is knowing how to entertain yourself. Read the rest of this entry »

August 6th, 2014

Rummy is a wonderful game for families, regardless of the age of the family members. This is because the popular card game of rummy transcends generations and is a great way to encourage older and younger family members and everyone in between to gather around a table and enjoy one another. Rummy is especially nice for grandparents looking to help encourage their grandchildren to learn how to play card games in a world where the majority of their entertainment experiences end up online or attached to some mobile digital device like a DS or iPad. Read the rest of this entry »

July 30th, 2014

Game Colony Rummy Tournaments are sponsored by the Gin Rummy Association (GRA). The latter organization is owned and operated by John and Lily Ann Hainline. These are two people committed to creating excellence when it comes to Rummy tournament offerings and you can see just how much they care by how well structured these rummy tournaments are. The GRA hosts a variety of tournaments throughout the year, including the World Series of Gin Rummy, the Fall Classic, and the Holiday Classic. Read on to learn more about where you can attend the tournaments, learn about rules and the organizational and points system for the Game Colony Rummy Tournaments. Read the rest of this entry »

July 23rd, 2014

Cherry Gold Casino is home to Vegas Three Card Rummy games. You can play a demo mode or you can sign up as a member and wager for real cash. The demo mode starts out with a balance of $1000.00. The minimum wager is $1.00 and the maximum bet is $250.00. Read the rest of this entry »

July 16th, 2014

This is a useful pamphlet style book that has been around a long time although it was re-released by Read Books in November of 2010 as aa paperback and later as a Kindle edition by another publisher. Please note, that the Kindle edition is not enabled for digital sharing. Read the rest of this entry »

July 9th, 2014

Charley Killebrew wrote this 95 page book on Gin to help share his more than 65 years of experience with playing gin rummy and related rummy games. It is a paperback book put out under the Swan Publishing label as of May 30, 1999 so has been around a while. The book is currently only available in English. Play Gin To Win is 95 pages long so is a relatively quick read, but a read worthwhile for any rummy gamer. Read the rest of this entry »

July 2nd, 2014

Gin Rummy How To Play and Win is a book about rummy games writing by Sam Fry. It is considered a classic treatise on the card game of rummy having been published in June of 1978 and still around in both print and online editions. There are several sites on the web where players can download and read the book for free, or it can be purchased (often second hand) at many online sites. Read the rest of this entry »

June 25th, 2014

High Noon supports its online and mobile gaming with a RealTime Gaming platform. The site has been online for about two years now, having an initial launch date in 2012. Nevertheless, the website is manage by a company that has a decade of experience serving the online gambling community. The website is licensed and entirely regulated by the Curacao Gaming Authority. If you are accessing the games online, you can do so through an Instant Play or downloadable method. The casino suite will offer you the most games, including access to Vegas Three Card Rummy games. The mobile app this site hosts however, is a much smaller file size and therefore only supplies access to the most coveted casino offerings like slots games. If you use the mobile app to sign up for an account, you can use the same account to later play Vegas Three Card Rummy games online when you desire. Read the rest of this entry »

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