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The Rummy Style Card Games are all about pairing and matching cards together. See how to play some of the most popular Rummy card games.

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How to Play Cribbage

Cribbage is a card game that is thought to have been invented in the 17th century by Sir John Suckling. It was the favorite card game of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin. Learn how to play Cribbage.


How to Play Con Quien

How to Play Con Quien

Con Quien appears to have originated down South, the name comes from the Spanish "con quien" (meaning "with whom"). Learn how to play Con Quien. See more »

How to Play Old Maid

A favorite card game for kids, Old Maid is quick and simple to understand – and can be played with a regular card deck. Learn to play. See more »

How to Play Kaluki

How to Play Kaluki

Spell it Kalooki, Kaloochi, Kalougi, Caloochi, or Kalogghi, this double-deck Rummy card game has been a longtime club favorite. Learn about the rules. See more »

How to Play Go Fish

How to Play Go Fish

Go Fish was the first card game for many of us, and for some of us, it may still be the one we play best! Learn how to play. See more »

How to Play Rummy

How to Play Rummy

Rummy is a popular card game that originated in the camps and saloons of the Old West. Learn how to play several different versions of rummy. See more »

How to Play Canasta

How to Play Canasta

Canasta is a popular card game. Learn how to play Canasta and three variations of it -- Italian Canasta, Pennies From Heaven, and Samba. See more »

How to Play Cribbage

How to Play Cribbage

Cribbage is a popular card game usually played with a pegged board. Learn how to win by being the first player to earn 121 points. See more »

How to Play Gin Rummy

How to Play Gin Rummy

Gin Rummy, a popular form of Rummy, is generally played by two players. Learn how to be beat your opponent by melding your cards the fastest. See more »

How to Play Italian Canasta

How to Play Italian Canasta

Italian Canasta is a variation of classic Canasta, but each player receives 15 cards. Learn how to win by being the first team to earn 12,000 points. See more »

How to Play 500 Rum

How to Play 500 Rum

500 Rum, a version of Rummy, can be played by two to six players. Learn how to win this card game by being the first player to score 500 points. See more »