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There's a contract rummy game called Farmer's Rummy that sounds like what you're describing.


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It's just one of many forms of a class of games called Contract Rummy. (The various rounds' goals are called contracts). The major variation here seems to be: The discard (or rather lack of discard): I guess by your description (since one cannot make three sets with only seven cards) that players just draw a card each turn and are not required (or ...


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That set is acceptable only in Indian Rummy's three deck variant. (I'll call Indian Rummy by its name Paplu here for some better clarity.) Two-deck Paplu and regular Rummy only has sets (same card value, different suites) and runs (same suit, sequential card values) and that move isn't legal in this format. Three-deck Paplu allows the set type you describe,...


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It seems to exactly fit the rules of the French game Rami, which must be one of the variations of the Rummy, i guess. I did not even know there were different kind of Rummy.


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The way rummy figures in doesn't seem very clear from your description. It sounds similar to Pounce; in that game you have a personal tableau, common piles of cards that you're building on, and a bunch of cards you hold--although it's a stack, not a hand. If you remember the objective of your game, that would be helpful.


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From the information given, this sounds a lot like the game Speed, but speed doesn't need to be played with 2 decks.


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