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Viennese Rummy German : Wiener Rummy is a matching card game of the Rummy family for people played in continental Europe. Unlike German Rummy , sets and runs of cards are not melded but collected in the player's hand until he is able either to declare "Rummy" and lay his hand on the table or to "knock" klopfen and meld all cards except for low-scoring 'deadwood'.
There is also no provision for players having one more go at improving their hand in the event of a knock. Viennese Rummy is played with two packs of French playing cards of 52 cards and one joker each, making a total of cards.
It is suitable for two to six players. Each player is dealt ten cards, except for the dealer who receives eleven. Like German Rummy , there are no standardised rules for Viennese Rummy. In fact a raft of almost identical games go under very different names including Rummy and Elimination Rummy. Knock Rummy is a generic name for rummy games where players only reveal their hand at the end of the game.
A related, two player, game is the popular Gin Rummy. Unless otherwise stated, the rules of the game are the same as those for German Rummy. The card values are as follows: . Each player is dealt ten cards and the remainder placed face down in the middle of the table as the stock. The dealer turns the top card of the stock face up and places beside it to start the discard pile.
In turn and beginning with forehand left of dealer , players now draw either the upcard or the top card of the stock, reviewing their hand before discarding a card face up to the discard pile. The aim is to collect combinations of at least 3 cards, either as a set or as a run. When a player has ten cards in melds he may go out, layout his melds on the table, and placing his eleventh card face down across the discard pile and say "rummy!
A player may also go out by knocking on the table if his unmelded card or cards are worth fewer than 5 points after discarding. In this case, the others have one more chance to improve their hand by drawing and discarding before the game ends.
The other players then lay out their cards and count them up as in Gin Rummy , by summing their deadwood, i. The game can also be ended by "knocking" klopfen : if a player has fewer than five card points in deadwood cards left unmelded in the hand  , he can knock.
He then reveals his hand as in a rummy call and announces his deadwood score. In this case, if a player has knocked, the others can try to improve their hand by drawing and discarding a card.
They may not lay cards off on other players' melds. Then they declare their deadwood scores as normal. Viennese Rummy is usually played in 'rubbers'. One rubber consists of several individual games.
Before a game begins, each player contributes five chips to the pot Pot or Pulle. After each game, the knocker or rummy caller wins the so-called knock money , i. Furthermore, for each player the negative points Schlechtpunkte received in this game are noted and added cumulatively.
Once a player has accumulated or more points, they are eliminated; if all but one player is eliminated, the remaining player wins the pot and the game is over.
If a player has already accumulated over 81 but not yet negative points, he may 'buy himself back' into the pot by contributing an additional five chips and reducing his bad point score to that of the second worst player still in play.
However, a player may only buy back once during the game. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 2 Jul Retrieved 1 Jul The Penguin Book of Card Games. London: Penguin , p. Non trick-taking card games. Shuffling Cutting Glossary of card game terms. Kings in the Corner Golf Kings. Categories : French deck card games Rummy Austrian card games Two-player card games Three-player card games Four-player card games Five-player card games Six-player card games.
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Viennese Rummy German : Wiener Rummy is a matching card game of the Rummy family for people played in continental Europe. Unlike German Rummy , sets and runs of cards are not melded but collected in the player's hand until he is able either to declare "Rummy" and lay his hand on the table or to "knock" klopfen and meld all cards except for low-scoring 'deadwood'. There is also no provision for players having one more go at improving their hand in the event of a knock. Viennese Rummy is played with two packs of French playing cards of 52 cards and one joker each, making a total of cards. It is suitable for two to six players.
Im folgenden wird Wiener Rummy beschrieben. Die Spieler besichtigen und sortieren ihre Karten. Als Figuren gelten:. Der Spieler an der Reihe hat die Wahl entweder die oberste aufgedeckte Karte des Abwurfstapels oder aber die oberste verdeckte Karte des Talons in sein Blatt aufzunehmen. Er muss eine Karte aus seinem Blatt offen auf den Abwurfstapel abwerfen, um seinen Spielzug zu beenden. Es spielt also keine Rolle, ob ein oder mehrere Spieler weniger Deadwood Summe der unkombinierten Karten haben als der Klopfer, er bleibt Sieger. Eine Partie besteht aus mehreren Einzelspielen Runden.