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RummyRoyal: Exclusive weekly freeroll offer!

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Posted on 31 August 2012 by "M".

rummyroyalGet ready for the second attempt of the exclusive weekly freerolls at RummyRoyal on Monday the 3rd of September at 22:00 GMT! This series of weekly freerolls are only available for members of BankrollMob. Make sure not to miss out on some great online rummy action for free and the chance to get your share of the $100 prize pool!

How to participate
1. All participants must be members of BankrollMob - sign up for a free Mob account here!
2. Create a RummyRoyal account and claim your exclusive $5 No Deposit Bonus!
3. Make a deposit of at least $10 to get access to the exclusive series of freerolls. You will automatically qualify for the 150% up to $300 first deposit bonus at Rummy Royal!

Exclusive RummyRoyal Freeroll details
What: Exclusive Freeroll for members of BankrollMob
Where: RummyRoyal
When: Every Monday at 22:00 GMT
Buy-in: Freeroll
Game: Kalooki 51
Prize pool: $100
Prize structure: 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20.
Tournament Name in Lobby: $100 BRM Freeroll

For more details on the exclusive $100 Freeroll - please click here!

About Rummy
Rummy is, like poker, a group of skilled based card games. The game is usually played between 2 to 6 players with a normal 52 card deck. The aim of the game is to get rid of your cards before your opponents and by doing so, get your points. This is done by forming two types of card combinations:
- Runs: Consecutive sequences of three or more cards of the same suit.
- Sets: Three or four cards of the same rank. If you are using two decks, a set may include two identical cards of the same rank and suit.
The most common rummy games are Gin Rummy, Kalooki 51, Kalooki 40 and Rummikub.
Every player is dealt 10 cards. The remaining cards are put on the center of the table as one pile of stock cards. The top card is turned over as the first card of the discard pile. The player next to the dealer is first to make a play. You either pick up the top card of the stock pile or the turned over card of the discard pile. Then you may place you hand in the two types of the card combinations. If no combination can be made, the player discard one card from their hand and the game continues to the next player to the left.
Once the stock pile is finished the discard pile is shuffled and it is turned into the new stock pile and the game continues.


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6 comments on "RummyRoyal: Exclusive weekly freeroll offer!"

 noonlion31/08/2012 13:18:48 GMT
Has anyone given this a whirl??

I'm really tempted.

NL gets kinda boring and I used to play rummy when I was a kid. Next time I have spare time to sit down and play I'll have a shot and report back if there's anyone else who's undecided on it.

Well no one else seems too keen..

I started by playing straight up Rummy. And started to lose...couldn't seem to win a hand, this guy kept winning.

Then I got the hang of it, the software was more of an annoyance to start but is really easy to use.

So after 33 games (they play like ring games, with up to 4 per table) and winner takes all) I was down to like $7.00 from an initial deposit of $15.78.

Then in the last 9 games I won 7 times including 3 in a row...and got back to my starting balance.

Good fun. There's also variations, like gin rummy, tournament, kalooki etc and even Canasta which is awesome.

Don't want to come across like some spokesman for the site but if you enjoy poker (which I assume you do) this is well worth having a stab at even if just for fun and the $5 deposit bonus.

 pochui31/08/2012 19:01:12 GMT
Posted by noonlion:
but if you enjoy poker (which I assume you do) this is well worth having a stab at

not sure this is true- i enjoy poker, but when i had ago at rummy (it was some time ago) i really got pissed with it a lot- i tried to read the rules- it seemed that i understood them, but when i tried to play- everything seemed to awkward: the software, the game itself, the losing of course- even if it was a no deposit bonus- i didn't enjoy it at all Angry good luck on your rummy
 rbdflyboy01/09/2012 01:08:47 GMT
had an account there 4-5 maybe even 6 yrs ago. Got the NDB but didn't use it cause I culdn't figure out the software, went back a year or so later and the NDB was gone...they took it biggie.
Used to play Gin rummy in my teens for cash...a buck a point spread. Made some good money back then. Played some 500 as well.
Gin is easy...ten cards in ur hand, make suited runs, three and four of a kind, and the eleventh card is the discard when you gin. Game goes to 121. First to hit 121 loses. When one gin's the left over cards are counted against, Aces are 11 pts can be used high or low in a suited run, faces and 10's are 10 pts, and 9-2 are face value. The discarded cards are placed neatly in the discard pile so one can't see the cards that went by. Need your memory for that and one can only draw the top card in the discard pile. If you miss a card ur SOL. If I beat u 121 -20, u owe me $101. We played 3 games.
Don't like 500 as much as Gin. haven't played either in years.

There are a couple more subtleties to the game...won't get into that here.
 nipitiri301/09/2012 10:18:03 GMT
i used to play this at yahoo games i was pretty good at it too bad almoust every gamble site is illegal in estonia
 noonlion02/09/2012 16:02:26 GMT
it was fun for a short while.

The traffic is really bad. Won't be doing that again.
 Fakiry04/09/2012 14:47:28 GMT
If i was a sentimental guy, tears would be falling down from my face at the time i would be Reading this. Today’s the 4th of September, i would enjoy some RummyRoyal action after returning from my (deserved) vacations, but this event was yesterday. Nevermind, i will wait for next week Blink

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