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How To Play Gin Rummy (Card Game)

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This video tutorial will teach you how to play Gin Rummy.

This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of Gin Rummy and is followed by the more detailed features of the game. The video concludes with an example round of Gin Rummy. This tutorial is perfect for beginning players, as well as, experienced players that need a refresher.

After watching, you will know the basics of how to play the card game Gin Rummy. All that is left to do is grab a friend and start playing!

This Gin Rummy tutorial will cover the following topics:
– How to deal the cards
– The overall objective of the game
– How a round is played
– The different ways of ending a round
– How to score the round
– A review of the rules
– An example round

Please leave a comment below if you need any additional information about Gin Rummy, if you have any questions about the game, or if any aspect of the game was not clear in the video.

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140 Comments

  1. The Dumbass Title rules:
    1- The more you replay this video, the closer you are to gaining The Dumbass title.
    2- You gain The Dumbass title if you replay this video 5 or more times and still cannot understand how to play Gin Rummy.
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  2. So helpful and informative! Also just a great, clear video. Thank you!

  3. I know it is 3 years old but with COVID19 engulfing our world and social distancing the norm, we are all needing to find ways of passing time and learning new skills. Excellent tutorial vid, stay safe, stay legal.

  4. I wonder how many ppl are here after watching The Golden Girls…

  5. How even this thing works i have a question iam a beginner and please give me exapmle about less 10 knock or gin

  6. So after you knock you both show your cards and that ends the hand?

  7. This was my favorite “Relationship Game” back when I was 19-24 years old. When we separated…. I had quit playing the game and never found anyone that “Liked” to play cards. Now @ 35, I’m wanting to play again but with my new companion….This tutorial is super helpful, to hell remind me how to play.

    Really appreciate the help! Ty for video

  8. So just to clarify, at 4:17 player (2) knocks, then all cards are turned face up. Player (2) has an ace unmatched for one point, but player (1) can lay off his unmatched deuce on to player (2)s set of deuces, leaving player (1) with no unmatched cards, however, that does not mean that player(1) has got Gin, for an additional twenty bonus points + the one for player (2)'s unmatched ace. Player (1) simply gets one point for Player (2)s unmatched ace, + 10 bonus points for the undercut, is that correct?

  9. I play that a gin and undercut are both worth 25 points plus the deadwood difference and big gin is 31 points – some variations exist that accommodate up to 4 people

  10. Don't shuffle your cards around. Gives tells. Just read them how you pick them up. Like arranging them in sequence. Much harder than lining them up but it's pretty gangster. Lol. And play as fast as possible also intimidating.
    Stu unger get style. At least I read that he played that way recently in an interview w Mike sexton I think.
    "the best gin rummie game to ever walk the earth" he refered to him as.
    By a long shot.
    "spooky" the way he knew near exactly what you were holding also robotic like genius.
    Photographic memory and gambled as high as imaginable.
    https://youtu.be/wMsWKODrIJc

  11. My adhd could never, I watched this video twice and still don’t know what your trying to do 🙃

  12. 🙂 In Brazil we have a game similar to this, only with two decks for 2-6 players and nine cards for each. Called 'Cacheta'. It's also known as "Pife" and "Pif-Paf".

  13. Question. When player1 knocks, can player 2 create a run or set with the unused cards from player 1s hand?

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  16. Needed to learn this to play with my grandpa who has dementia thx you helped alot

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  18. Thank you, this was very clear (or as clear as my brain can take in the rules to any card game!) and really helpful, much appreciated.

  19. Thanks Bro, awesome work and superb explanation!

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  21. Now I get gin. It's just like Tong-it's… Thanks!

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  23. Perna que eu falo português 🤣😕

  24. So this is just conquian with extra steps. Got it.

  25. You have awesome looking playing cards! what kind are they? gotta get myself those too

  26. I usually play with 7 cards and dealer gets 8 so dealer drops they’re choice of card this is a good game

  27. As a gal that plays a lot of cards I find it outdated and distracting when the default is to gender players as male. It is so much more inclusive and easy to just use “they.” Assuming the players are male can be very discouraging to women and non binary people who want to learn. Other than that, great video👍

  28. Stu Ungar won a gin rummy tournament when he aged 10 years old. The beginning of his carreer

  29. Btw I have a question, do you have to place cards on your opponent sets after someone knocks? My sister and I were arguing on whether I have to place my unmatched cards on her sets once she knocked. It benefited me if I didn’t. Please respond 👍

  30. I wish he would use 'they' when referring to a player :/ it's a bit stupid that he's only using he

  31. Some pauses between points being stated would be good.

  32. I don’t like this , I like the way we play rummy , it’s just much more simple.
    We’ll stick to our way.

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