How to Play Rummikub! With Actual Gameplay
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  • David Jr1

    February 16, 2019

    Switching the joker around seems to be different with who your playing the game with.

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  • Anders2

    February 16, 2019

    The Romanian rules are more complex

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  • Yumna Waseem3

    February 16, 2019

    First of all, thank you for this! Second, If the joker is placed as 13 red for example 11 12 13 all in red (13 = joker) if the other player added 9 and 10 to this run. Can they use the joker as some other number? Or should it be a 13 red in order to take the joker? 🙂
    Thanks in advance 🌸

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  • Jessica Coyle-Gross4

    February 16, 2019

    Thanks for the video, the instructions had me lost!

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  • breakable255

    February 16, 2019

    I know this game was played to illustrate the rules and it does that well, but I need to get this off my chest anyway. The player on the right in his last turn was actually able to win. He should have added his red 1 to the set of three different coloured 1s in the bottom left. Then he should have taken his blue 3 and added it to the set of 3s with the joker in it and thereby dislodge the joker. Then he should have taken the orange 7 from the set of four 7s and placed it next to the orange 4 5 and 6 row. After that he he would have needed to place the joker next to that 7 so that he could then add his orange 9. Having done that he then could have dislodged the orange 4 from that set and taken the black 4 from the black row on the left of the table and added his own blue 4 to form a set of three 4s.Then all he would have needed to do was take one of the red 5s and take the orange 5 and add his own black 5 to form a set of 5s and he would have won.

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  • Anna Redd6

    February 16, 2019

    I just bought this game at a thrift store and look forward to playing, love your video so thank you. I do have a couple questions 1) do you keep score throughout and if so that can get real confusing but the directions state that if the game is over and you still have the joker you lose 30 points. and 2) is it possible that the game may not end in both players using all the tiles so maybe this is where a point system might be needed?

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  • cika loka7

    February 16, 2019

    Hi, do U have to buy a tile everysingle time even if U have sth to lay out on the table? Or do U buy only when U do not have sth to put out on the table? Thx

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  • alienrefugee518

    February 16, 2019

    My girlfriend kept asking me if I wanted to play this game with her sisters and mum. I kept saying no, not really knowing what it was and I didn't want to be the only dude hanging out with 4 woman. Lol. I finally gave in and played and I was hooked. It really trips your brain out when you've got a table full sets and you try and convert runs to groups or vise versa. Love it

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  • Olivia Landreth9

    February 16, 2019

    Super helpful!! Thanks’

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  • Ajay Chinnappa10

    February 16, 2019

    This game was sitting at the back of my closet, and I had no idea what it was, but now I do! Thank you!

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  • Tony King11

    February 16, 2019

    To clarify my comment, at 4.08 the player on the left places down a black 11, 12, 13 but also could put down a yellow 1,2,3 as another group. Why do they not do that? Is it not allowed or did he/she miss it?

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  • Tony King12

    February 16, 2019

    Is there any restriction on how many groups you can create during a turn? Or how many manipulations during that turn? It does not appear to disallow anything as long as all groups are legal (at least three tiles) by the end of the turn….

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  • Melanie Teresa13

    February 16, 2019

    When trying to play 30 points for your initial turn, does this have to be done using a set, or can you use a group?

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  • AllThisThen14

    February 16, 2019

    My family doesn't know about the 30-point first play rule and get by fine without it. Any set works for us.

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  • Angel Crawford15

    February 16, 2019

    At 3:50 you added a 9 and 10 to the 11 12 and wild card, (representing an orange 13) and then made the wild card a red 4. Don’t you have to replace the wild card with an orange 13 before you can use it for something else? Also it was done again at the end of the game she didn’t replace the wild card with a 5 she just took it and used it as black 3.

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  • Svenska Tåg16

    February 16, 2019

    After 13 comes 1 again, right?

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  • Teresa vacarr17

    February 16, 2019

    When I play with my grandma I use the wild we dont put a black 7 we use the joker as the black 7.

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  • 난나야18

    February 16, 2019

    That's cool.

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  • L Walker19

    February 16, 2019

    Very clear video. Thx!

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  • Judah Baggerman20

    February 16, 2019

    Damn I play with a board so you cannot see the other players numbers and you play the other way ,why?

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  • Sinan Basalan21

    February 16, 2019

    How to get point of the game that after all parts done? and how about to make doubling the tiles that collect same tile as two, is it exist in Rummikub?

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  • Gordon Holmes22

    February 16, 2019

    when playing player A puts a joker on the end of a run making it a 6,7,8,joker.  May player B move the joker from the end of the run to the front of the run thus making it a joker,6,7,8 and then player B claims the joker by replacing it with 5 of the same color as the rest of the run.  Is that an acceptable play?

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  • Marilyn Welk23

    February 16, 2019

    Can number 1 be added after the number 13 in a run? IF so the number 2 cannot be added. Please confirm.

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  • Janette Saunders24

    February 16, 2019

    Thank you!  This was exactly what I needed to know to play with my grandkids!!

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  • Soby Chacko25

    February 16, 2019

    the instructions made no sense at all, but this did

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  • Sunshine Kegger26

    February 16, 2019

    Wow, we’ve been playing incorrectly for quite a while now. We play off each other both horizontally AND VERTICALLY. Our boards look like dominos. Up, down, you name it. It’s so much more fun.

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  • Crying Nintendo Kid27

    February 16, 2019

    You've got 2 red 3s in that set.

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  • summertime18928

    February 16, 2019

    I just tried to read the rules and got so confused, this video explains it perfectly!

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  • Cathy O.229

    February 16, 2019

    Thank you! Now I got the rules.

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  • betyl30

    February 16, 2019

    Thank yoh for that! Rummikub will be (hopefully) more fun this way.

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  • Deborah Karlovec31

    February 16, 2019

    If you take a tile from a set like 4 of the 12 must you replace it with a other 12

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  • Edson Lima32

    February 16, 2019

    Many thanks. Awesome explanation.

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  • Kelly Hensley33

    February 16, 2019

    There is one thing I would like to know if it can be done. It has to do with the wild tile. Lets say there is a run…..example…..4, wild, 6,7 and 8. Lets say the run is blue. You have in blue a 1 and a 2. I know three tiles has be left. Can the wild be taken out be played as a three and the player lays down the 1 and 2 so that it be two runs…..1,2,wild and 4…..6,7 and 8?

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  • Srini Bommareddy34

    February 16, 2019

    Why is it still a little confusing?,😢😮😶

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  • The_PackTV35

    February 16, 2019

    Great video. Explains the rules flawlessly. The in box directions are not clear and my family had been playing it wrong for years

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  • Joyce Weaver36

    February 16, 2019

    I think you made an error where you had the 3 ,5's. You are not suppose to take the wild unless you replace it with another 5 different color. From. What I understand you can only take it to replace a color in a set of the number in the run?

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  • 100 mill subs without vids37

    February 16, 2019

    2:27
    When player one used his first tile didn’t he have a matching color set
    11 12 11
    Why can’t he used that?

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  • Christina Hathaway38

    February 16, 2019

    Is there a limit to how many moves you can make on your turn?

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  • 김원영39

    February 16, 2019

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  • Zeryuu40

    February 16, 2019

    So since I have discrepancy with another Player about this, I wondered what's your take about it.

    Scenario:
    Field: Red 1,2,3,Joker,5,6,7
    A Player now lays down a black 5,6, and rips the Red's apart into two Sets of 3, – 1,2,3 & 5,6,7, –
    and uses the Joker as a Black 7, without switching in a Red 4.

    He insists on it being a legit Move. I on my Part don't think so, since I'm pretty sure that the Joker has to be bought for the Value he currently represent's, for it to change Value.

    Another Scenario would be if he set's down two non red 4, to form a Combi of 4,4,4.
    Which I think of legit, since the J retains it's Value of being a red 4.

    So the Question is, is a Joker while on the Field, in a fluid or solid State?

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  • Carol Lerman41

    February 16, 2019

    Can you have more than 4 tiles in a group?

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  • BlackXS The Gamer42

    February 16, 2019

    Thanks ,, It explain the rules and that all I need .. Thanks again

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  • Adam Faigen43

    February 16, 2019

    The way my family always played is you need to have a run of atleast 4 at all times, 25 points to come down initially including a run of 4 and a 3 of a kind. We also play that 1s can be high or low: so we can do 11 12 13 1 of the same color in a run (but not 12 13 1 2)

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  • weebolddavy44

    February 16, 2019

    Never seen this game before, but love the look of it. The video says (I think!) the person with no tiles left first is the winner. Does the actual score you amass count for anything?Do you actually keep count of the score?

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  • Murtuza Tohfafarosh45

    February 16, 2019

    Best Tutorial Ever!

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  • LeeAnn Anderson46

    February 16, 2019

    Any ideas to make this a 5 player game?

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  • Raniii47

    February 16, 2019

    FINNAALLYYY I got the rules hahahaha

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  • Alex Lamb48

    February 16, 2019

    I know you stated that it's a modified rule you play, but I believe the last move played used the joker incorrectly from the game rules as it didn't replaced the tile it represented which was a blue or yellow 5 it only rearranged the value to turn a group into a run, but aside from that do you play the game using the penalties?

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