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gin rummy:

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card game played by two to six players with a standard deck. The cards usually rank from king down through ace. Seven cards are dealt to each player in the three- or four-hand game, one card is turned up on the table, and the remaining cards are left face down in a stock
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gin rummy

a version of rummy in which a player may go out if the odd cards outside his sequences total less than ten points
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Gin Rummy features multiplayer for up to four players, with Xbox LIVE Vision support that lets players build up the atmosphere as the games progress.
Multiplayer games include Gin Rummy, Pool and Backgammon.
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Upstairs, in the card room, about a dozen older members sat around a few old wooden chairs, playing gin rummy and smoking cigars as a bartender stood by.
GameAccount plans to use Jabber XCP as a mechanism for secure and instant communications between participants in skill games such as the company's Gin Rummy and Backgammon games as well as other game formats and tournaments.
The couple, who lived in a modest home in the 3800 block of Griffith View Drive, liked to challenge each other to cribbage and gin rummy matches, watch television game shows and eat ice cream together before going to bed at night.
GameAccount will deliver classic multiplayer and 'heads-up' games such as Gin Rummy and Backgammon, as well as unique P2P variants of other games, including tournament Blackjack, Mah Jong, and a variety of popular Solitaire and card formats.
Before the incredible rise of poker, gin rummy was the only game in town.
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