Gin Rummy – Game Of Skills

June 20, 2011 by Dan Brown in Gin Rummy

Gin rummy requires a lot of skills, because only skills can result in versatile strategies.


Stu Unger: Gin Rummy’s most famous player

January 23, 2010 by Dan Brown in Rummy Players

Stuart Errol “Stu” Ungar is still Gin Rummy’s most famous player of all time. His extreme competitiveness, fearlessness and photographic memory all helped him become the most-feared Gin player in Las Vegas.


Rummy Royal Review

August 3, 2009 by John Chambers in Online Rummy Site Reviews

Rummy Royal is the top online rummy site offering exciting rummy games to its enthusiasts from all over the world. It offers some sophisticated games of skill for those seeking enhanced game play.


The History of Gin Rummy

May 27, 2009 by John Chambers in Gin Rummy

Gin Rummy is the most popular of all the two handed “draw and discard” games. Like the game itself, people kibitz about gin, the game’s strategy and its origin. The game’s birth has been traced to three possible foundations. One theory is that gin rummy can be traced to rules of a game with certain […]


Oklahoma Gin

May 26, 2009 by John Chambers in Oklahoma Gin

Oklahoma Gin is a strategic draw and discard Rummy game of skill that can be contested by 2 – 4 players. The game is similar to Gin Rummy but features different scoring and allows for multiple players to compete amongst themselves rather than in a team competition. Oklahoma Gin is played with a standard 52 […]


The History of Rummy

December 14, 2008 by Dan Brown in Rummy

Uncovering and recounting the history of Rummy is insightful but lacks the clarity and definition that a true historian likes.  Three cultures lay claim to the origin of Rummy.  As the game developed and offshoots of Rummy evolved, most historians conclude that Rummy, as we know it today, is the byproduct of all three cultures […]