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Here at Rubl.com you can play online such popular classic card games as Gin-Rummy, Cribbage, Canasta
Gin rummy is a simple and popular two-player game created by Elwood T.
Baker in 1909. Gin Rummy is one of the most popular forms of Rummy games
- it is faster than standard Rummy and has an ingenious scoring system
that makes it attractive to all players. You can play online Gin-Rummy
with other players for free or for money in head to head games of
participate in big Gin-Rummy tournaments. Online Gin-Rummy tournaments
in internet can be a good substitution for the real land-based
tournaments - just like in real land-based Tournaments, the players pay
an entry fee for participation in online Tournament events, and may win
prizes. To understand gin-rummy tournaments details and variations you
can read Gin-Rummy Internet Tournaments article.
Cribbage is a very interesting and engaging game for all card players.
With a relatively simple set of rules, cribbage requires such skills as
strategy and accurate calculation of card combinations and points. And
yet winning in cribbage requires continuous focus and concentration till
the very end of this excellent game. You can play online Cribbage games,
such as Six card cribbage or Five card cribbage at Rubl.com games. In
opposite to many online cribbage sites Rubl.com cribbage supports a
special tournament option for professional cribbage players - Manual
Scoring. And of course, like for all other games we hold many big
cribbage online tournament every day.
Canasta is another kind of Rummy family games was invented in Uruguay ,
then from Argentina spread to the United States in 1949. During the
early '50s, it was probably the biggest card game fad the United States
has ever seen. The distinctive feature of Canasta, as opposed to other
Rummy games, is that making a seven-card meld, called a canasta, gives
the player a huge bonus, and the number of canastas made usually decides
the game. Another distinctive feature is that in Canasta, when a player
picks up cards from the discard pile, the player picks up the entire
pile, as opposed to only the top card in most other Rummy games. The
goal in Canasta is to build canastas, which requires many cards, and
thus picking up the pile is usually advantageous to the player.