10 Cards Rummy vs 27 Cards Rummy
Indian Rummy is such an exciting and thrilling card game that even if you play it a thousand times, you will never get bored. The fact that it has been played in India since centuries and even today lakhs of Indians still play rummy, shows how popular it is in India. Rummy has 3 variations as per the result: Points rummy, Pool rummy, and Deals rummy. It also has 4 variations according to the number of cards used: 10 cards rummy, 13 patti rummy, 21 cards rummy, and 27 cards rummy. You will enjoy this skilful game in all its variations whether you play offline or online rummy. In this article, let’s compare the lowest and highest variation of rummy: 10 cards rummy and 27 cards rummy.
Both the types can be played with a minimum of 2 players. The ground rules are the same in both variations. You can make a pure sequence, an impure sequence and a set in both.
Let’s see the contradictions/dissimilarities between these two types of rummy games in a tabular format, which you are very much familiar with, since your school days.
Which one to Play when?
You should first know how to play rummy. While 10 Cards rummy is comparatively simple and easier to play, the 27 Cards rummy is a bit complicated and difficult to play because of more number of cards, terminologies, and rules involved. In the end, it all boils down to how much time you’ve got and which version is your favourite (apart from the 13 Cards rummy, of course). If you have only a couple of minutes of free time, you can play a quick game of 10 Cards rummy, and if you have a lot of free time, go for the 27 Cards rummy.