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Rummy Tournaments, Bonus and offers at RummyCircle

One of the most significant parts of rummy is to participate in different rummy tournament and improve your skills in the game. Generally, rummy tournaments are particular events or competitions that are opened for already defined number of players online. One of the players who reach at the top position surely is announced as the tournament’s winner. Each of the attributes of the tournament is already defined and most websites issue the set of details for players well in advance. When such events take place in the online world it is sure that players are anticipated to get ready themselves to take part in the game play.

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Bonus and Offers that Rummy Player Enjoy at Rummy Circle

Rummy is an exciting game to relax and finish your day in an ideal way. Rummy Circle offers players with both free as well as cash rummy tables. You can select any table of your choice and have a big time whereas you grow your brain cells with new abilities. As rummy needs you to play with your abilities, you can make sure to upgrade your abilities every time you spend time in playing the game, both online as well as offline.

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Rummy Circle ensures card game aficionados have a blast

The Indian digital gaming industry is not a new phenomenon and it is certainly here to stay. Online gaming is big in India; it is pegged at Rs 26.5 billion. Among the online rage are the Teen Patti, Poker, Candy Crush, Counter Strike, Subway Surfer and Temple Run games that have retained the traditional players.

Another game that has been catching the fancy of gamers young and old alike, is the Indian Rummy, a game equally popular as offline and online in India. Online Rummy contributes around 40% to the Indian digital gaming industry, and is growing at a rate of 30-40% annually.

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Double your happiness winning exciting prizes this Independence Day at RummyCircle.com

Independence Day commemorates the spirit of freedom and is the most special day for all Indians. It is the day we got our country back from the clamp of the Britishers. Not only that we celebrate this day by remembering the contribution of freedom fighters but also many of us take joy in kite flying every year. Since 15th August happens to be a national holiday, a lot of people enjoy having good time with family. Card games help in bringing people from all generations to share a common table in sorts of entertainment, especially Indian rummy has ruled the lists from ages.

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Bored of Watching Soap Operas, why not play Indian Rummy

When laptops & mobile phones were not a commodity (they have become much more affordable now), there was only one companion (in electronics space) for us. That companion is fondly called as TV (Television). We did have radio during those times but it had limited programs and hence, TV always won the battle of supremacy 🙂

During the early 1990’s, there was only one widely viewed channel which was the famous DD (or Doordarshan). It was very popular for a primary reason “There were no alternatives to DD” & kids/parents were compelled to watch it even if kids were not interested. ‘Compelling’ sounds a very tough word but as a kid, I happened to love DD Metro which had cartoon programs like He-Man, Giant Robot, Mickey Mouse etc. and mythological programs like Ramayana, Mahabharata etc. And how can we forget Chayageet that had an awesome compilation of Hindi songs.

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RummyCircle makes Indian Rummy popular among girls

It was just a normal get together with my school friends after 2 years. We were a big bunch of friends in school and fortunately, all of them had turn up for this gathering. I was looking forward to a great time with them.  The girls were all chirpy and lively but guys were glued to their cell phones- 4 of them, all busy on their phones. We had to shake one of them to get answer and turns out they were all busy playing a rummy game on some “private table” at “largest rummy site of India”. We would have let them play quietly but for this one guy whose words were not so decent- “Don’t bother..rummy I not for girls..it might just be too intelligent for you”. And the tempers started soaring.  “Just because it is a card game doesn’t mean girls cannot play”, I said. The very moment, all of us took to our phones and decided to check out this www.rummycircle.com site, after all, we were all curious as to what could this game have that makes it so intelligent and “not for girls”. Simply download rummy app on your mobile and try by your self before reaching to any decision.

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Freeroll Tournaments on Ace2Three

Ace2Three hosts Daily Freeroll Tournaments for its members. These are held on all days of the week, except Saturdays. This is because the Weekly Freeroll Tournament is held every Saturday. Though the entry to these tournaments is free or may involve a small buy-in, the winners are guaranteed a cash prize. These tournaments are known as “Freeroll Tourneys” on the Ace2Three website.

Two Daily Freeroll Tournaments are scheduled every days – at 3pm and 10pm. The cash prize is Rs. 35,000 each. Thus, Ace2Three offers its members a chance to win Rs. 70,000 every day through its Freeroll Tourneys.

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Regular Tournaments on Classic Rummy

The Regular Tournaments on Classic Rummy are also known as Regular Tourneys. It is a multi-player and multi-table tournament that is open exclusively for non-paying members. There is no entry fee for the tournament and the players can win cash prizes.

There is also a free re-join option once registered to the tournament, in case a member is unable to cross a level. Players can win up to Rs. 2,000, while on Saturdays the cash prize rises to Rs. 5,000.

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Weekend Freerolls on Junglee Rummy

The entry for the Weekend Freeroll Tournament on Junglee Rummy is free for all members. The participants simply have to update some contact details, such email ID and phone number for getting the tickets to participate in online rummy tournaments. . The participants can win Rs. 5,000 on Saturdays in the Showdown Saturday tournament and Rs. 10,000 on Sundays in the Sunday Superstars tournament. The tournament matches typically start at 9pm.

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Beginner Tournaments on Ace2Three

Ace2Three hosts special tournaments for beginners of 13 card game. Although the entry to the Beginner Tournaments is free, one needs to have purchased real chips at least once on Ace2Three in order to participate. Moreover, one can register for these tournaments for a maximum of 30 days from their first purchase of real chips. After 30 days of purchasing real chips, players are not considered as “new members” and therefore not eligible for the Beginner Tournaments.

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