Paplu Rummy

The Indian version of Rummy is also known as Paplu and is popular across the country. Indians enjoy and play the entertaining rummy game of Paplu Rummy while commuting to or from work on trains, buses, etc. to pass their spare time.

The game begins with the dealer dealing a card face-up to the table, and the remaining cards are placed face-down to form a draw pile. The player to the left of the dealer starts the game by drawing a card either from the draw pile or the discard pile (which is created when a player discards a card). The player must then discard one card from their hand onto the discard pile.

The game continues in this manner, with players taking turns in drawing and discarding cards while trying to form valid sets and sequences. The first player to form all their cards into valid sets and sequences and discard their final card wins the game.

The popularity of Indian Rummy rises during festivals like Dussehra and Diwali when many people play rummy on India's most entertaining rummy app of RummyVerse.Paplu rummy is also known as marriage rummy because it used to be played in marriage ceremonies.

Paplu Rummy can be played between 2 to 6 players with 3 decks of cards. The game also uses a wild card joker.

Understanding Upplu, Nichlu, and Paplu Rummy

Upplu Rummy:

In a 21-card rummy game, the Upplu, also known as Upper Joker, is a card of the same suit as the wild card joker and one rank above it. For example, if 5 of spades is the wild card, then the Upplu would be 6 of spades.

Nichlu Rummy:

In a 21-card game, the Nichlu, also known as Lower Joker, is a card of the same suit as the wild card joker and one rank below it. So, if the wild card joker is 8 of diamonds, then the Nichlu would be 7 of diamonds.

Paplu Rummy:

In a 13-card rummy game, Paplu is a joker one rank above the wild card joker of the same suit. So, if 9 of spades is the wild card, then 10 of spades will be Paplu.

Gameplay with Upplu, Nichlu, and Paplu

In the Rummy Universe, Paplu Rummy is the same as any other rummy game, where a player needs to form valid sets and sequences to win the game. But in this version, each set or sequence has to be formed with three cards.