Monthly Archives August 2013

What do I do if I don’t have a PAN Card?

Your Profile at Taj Rummy is only complete when you enter your PAN Card details into your account. You will need to log in to your account, go to My Account (on the right hand side bar) and click on Profile Overview to get to your profile, where you can update your account with other essential details that were not recorded during the Quick Sign Up process.

Your profile consists of four sections: Validation Information, Personal Information, Address Information and Other Information. PAN Card number is a mandatory field in the last section (Other Information). Click on the Edit button below all the sections to simply enter your PAN Card number into your profile. If for any reason you do not have a PAN Card, you may enter UNIVTRNTR into this field...

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How to place a show

In Rummy games, your objective is to arrange the 13 cards in your hands either into three groups of 5, 5 and 3, three groups of 5, 4 and 4, and four groups of 3, 3, 3 and 4 cards. When it’s your turn, you may pick a new card from the Closed deck or the last card from the Open deck (discarded by the player whose turn it was just before yours).

The groups you make by picking and discarding cards can either be “Life” or “Set”. A Life is a sequence of at least 3 cards of the same suit. A Set is a group of 3 or 4 cards with the same Value or different Suits.

Once you have made your groups, you must submit them for validation. This action of submitting cards for validation is called a “Show”...

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How to retrieve your password

Your password at Taj Rummy is unique to you and made up of 5 to 15 characters that might have some personal meaning. This was set up along with a username when you first signed up at this gaming site.

Also, this is a part of your identity with which you can log in, make cash deposits and play online rummy so you should be careful never to share it with anyone.

However, if you have forgotten this unique password or for some reason cannot use it for logging into your account then the online gaming site can assist you with password retrieval.

Help with retrieval comes through the Forgot Password link which can be seen below the password field on Taj Rummy’s Homepage.

Clicking on this link will take you to another page where you have to enter the email which you had used initially for signing...

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How to make a deposit

At Taj Rummy you can play real money games by making your deposit via a Credit Card and this option is easy, quick and safe. Cards accepted for online payments are Master Card, Visa and Maestro.

After you log in at the gaming site with your Username and Password click on the Cash Chips option on the top right of your screen before clicking on the big green Buy Chips button.

This will take you to the Cashier screen which shows all payment options.

The Credit Card option is the first from the top on this screen; select the type of card you’d like to use and then choose the amount you wish to deposit from a drop down box.

The denomination options available at the cashier for deposits are Rs.100, Rs.200, Rs.500, Rs.1000 and Other which allows you to pick any value from Rs.100 up to Rs.10,000...

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How to fill your profile page

Once you have set up an account at Taj Rummy you can fill up your profile page for sharing all the mandatory and necessary information with the gaming site. For this, you will first have to log in at the site and then click on the My Account tab which is located on the top right along with links for buying cash chips, your transactions, bonus details and also a link for Help.

Clicking on the My Account tab gives a drop down box showing all your personal information. You’ll see tabs titled Account Overview, Profile Overview, Change Password, Update Email Address and Update Mobile Number.

The Profile Overview page will consist of more detailed information as the details which you filled up while signing up at Taj Rummy only included basic information required at that stage. You can view t...

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Basics: Pools Rummy

The Pool variant of rummy is possibly the easiest and most basic version of Indian Rummy and yet the most preferred among skilled players. With Indian Rummy now moving into the sphere of online rummy games, you get to join a virtual pool of players who could be logged in from any corner of the world.

Pool rummy, also known as a “Syndicate” is joined by 2 to 6 players and can be played out over a long stretch of time. So get comfortable and keep a pot of coffee ready at hand when you join your game!

In this popular format of the hot favorite Indian Rummy card game, the player scoring the least points in a syndicate ultimately becomes the winner...

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Basics: Strikes Rummy

Strikes Rummy is played in rapid fire rounds with each player’s aim being to win the hand quickly by collecting zero points. This variant of the classic 13-card Indian Rummy game is also known as Points Rummy.

The rules for playing this game remain the same as with 101 and 201 point Pool Rummy. However, in Strikes the points carry a numerical or cash value which is decided at the beginning of the game. In this game, the winner takes in cash as prize after defeating all other players.

Meld your hand quickly and sharply to call a successful Show and your win will give you zero points. On the other hand, players who don’t complete their Sets and Lives will be penalized with pre-set points calculated for every card that is not grouped.

The maximum score, or Full Count, allowed in a single ...

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How to register

Registering your new account at Taj Rummy has been kept fairly easy and simple. All you need is to come up with a unique username and password before registration. You can enter your details in the Quick Sign Up section on the Home page of the website so you don’t need to search for a link to the registration page.


The username that you wish to be known by must be of 4 to 15 characters and it does not need to be case sensitive, you can use both upper case as well as lower case characters. For the password you will need to use 5 to 15 characters.

Your valid email address, date of birth, state and gender are other mandatory information which you need to provide in this section when you sign up...

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