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Play fast paced tournaments with a fixed time for each round.
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INCREASING PRIZE POOL
Witness live increase in Prize Pool with each round.
How to play?
Features
Scoring
Things you need to know before you start playing a Points Tournament.
1. Go to the Tournaments lobby & join a tournament in Points Format.
2. When the tournament starts, each player gets an equal number of chips to play with.
3. The number of rounds & deals to be played is predecided.
4. The Point value varies from one round to another and is used to calculate the score.
5. Players must maintain the minimum chip balance required in each round to move forward in the tournament.
6. Players with a low chip balance can rebuy chips for a small fee to reenter the tournament.
7. The players' final scores will determine their ranks on the tournament leaderboard.
Increasing Prize Pool
Increasing Prize Pool
The tournament prize pool increases after each round when players rebuy chips. It means that players can win bigger cash rewards.
How it works?

A player has the option to rebuy chips if their chip balance falls below the Minimum Chip Balance needed to continue playing the tournament.

The prize pool is increased by the amount spent by players to rebuy chips throughout a round.Read More…
Rebuy
Rebuy
During a Points Rummy Tournament, players can rebuy chips and stay in the tournament after each game/round.
The amount of chips that can be rebought and the corresponding rebuy fee are predetermined before the start of the tournament.
Tournament Structure
Round
Duration
Point
Value
Minimum
Chips
Rebuy
Fee
Rebuy
Chips
1
15.00
5
800
₹10
800
2
15.00
10
1000
₹10
1000
3
15.00
15
1200
₹10
1200
4
15.00
20
1600
₹10
1600
Note: All players are not eligible to Rebuy. Only those players will get an option to rebuy chips whose chip balance will meet the Minimum Chip Balance criteria for that round after rebuying.
Rebuy = Rs.10 for 200 chips
Minimum Chip Balance = 800
Players  Current Chip Balance 
New Chip Balance after Rebuy 
Rebuy Available 
A  650  850  Yes 
B  400  600  No 
Tournament Starting Chips
Tournament Starting Chips
Each Points Rummy tournament will begin with an equal number of chips for each player. Every tournament may have a different number of chips.
Point Value
Point Value
In a Points tournament, each round has a prefixed point value. This Point Value is used to calculate the score after each game/round.
Losing player =  Points Lost  X 
Point value for that round 
Winning player =  Sum of all losing players chips 
Please Note:
Example
Point Value: 10  

Game 1  Points  Chips Balance 
Player 1  0  +1900 
Player 2  20  200 
Player 3  30  300 
Player 4  50  500 
Player 5  80  800 
Player 6  10  100 
Round & Games
Round & Games
Each tournament has a fixed number of rounds that end either when the timer runs out or all players are eliminated.
Minimum Chip Balance
Minimum Chip Balance
To continue competing in the competition, competitors must keep a minimum chip balance after each game or round. The players that have more chips than the minimum chip balance or exactly equal to it advance to the following game/round.
Minimum Chip Balance =  Point Value of Round x 80 
Example
Point Value: 10
Minimum Chip Balance: 10x80
= 800
Refer to the example below:
Point value for Game 1, Round 1: 10
Min. qualifying chip balance 10 x 80 = 800
Rebuy = ₹10 for 100 chips
Players  Starting Chips 
Chips Won/ Lost 
Chip Balance 
Result 
Rahul 0 pts.  1000  1900  2900  Promoted 
Ramesh Lost 20 pts.  1000  200  800  Promoted 
Suman 30 pts.  1000  300  700  Rebuy 
Madmax 50 pts.  1000  500  500  Eliminated 
Rafaesh. 80 pts.  1000  800  200  Eliminated 
Joesh 10 pts.  1000  100  900  Promoted 
Terms & Conditions
Terms & Conditions
 All points rummy tournaments have fixed seats. Players must be available to enter the tournament at the scheduled start time.
 When registration for a tournament opens, players can sign up, and entry will be on a "first come, first served" basis.
 Every round or game may have a different point value.
 The rebuy option will not be available in the last round of the tournament.
 A game will be forcibly halted if it continues after the round time has passed. When the game is forcestopped, the forcedstopped deal will be considered null and void for all players at the table. Scores of that deal will not be calculated.
 If a player’s chip balance does not meet the minimum qualifying chips value even after rebuying chips, the player will not be eligible for rebuying chips and will be eliminated from the tournament.
 The prize pool may be increased by adding some of the rebuy money. Before the tournament starts, the percentage share of the rebuy money will be displayed on the tournament details page.
 The algorithm will wait for a certain amount of time before allowing the other players to reveal their cards if a declaration is made in the final 60 seconds of a round. After that, rankings and scores will be determined, and rewards will be awarded accordingly.
 The prize pool and winnings may change depending on how many players join the tournament and rebuying chips.
 When there is a tie, the prize is split equally among the tied players,
who all have the same rank.
Example: If there is a tie for the 2nd rank between 2 players, the cash prizes for Rank 2 and Rank 3 will be added up and the total amount will be divided between the 2 players equally. Hence, there will be two Rank 2s in such a case, followed by Rank 4 as the Rank 3 player will be moved to Rank 4.  In case of a tie for a ticket prize, tickets will be distributed to all
the players in the tie ranks by removing ticket prizes from the last
winning ranks who are getting the same ticket.
The next consecutive ranks would shift by the number of players tied.
Example: Order of Ranks: Rank 1, Rank 2 (ticket), Rank 2 (ticket), Rank 4, … and so on.  In case there is a tie in the last rank which has a ticket ( or nondividable prize) and there is only 1 ticket left to be given out, the following parameters would be considered for tiebreaker:
 Chip balance of previous rounds.
 Registration time. Whoever registered for that tournament first.
 All players are randomly allocated seats at the tables.
 30% TDS (tax deducted at source) will be deducted from the winnings of ₹10,000 or more won in a single game, tournament or contest.
 Rummy.com reserves the right to modify or withdraw any tournament at any time without any notice.
 In case of any dispute about winners, winnings or anything else, the decision of Rummy.com shall be final and binding on all participants.
 Rummy.com reserves the right to rescind the prize(s) offered if a player uses any unfair means to win the prize(s).
 Each winner is required to provide Rummy.com with a video testimonial. The video may be used in any way Rummy.com sees fit for promotional purposes.
 Players must ensure they have given us their accurate email addresses and mobile numbers to be eligible for any rewards.
 Players whose KYC is not approved will not a be eligible for any prizes.
 All standard Rummy.com terms and conditions apply.