Paplu Rummy is another name for Indian Rummy, a well-liked card game played throughout South Asia and India. Because each player is initially given 13 cards, the game is also known as 13 Card Rummy.
In Paplu Rummy, 2-6 players use a standard 52-card deck with jokers. The objective is to be the first player to discard all cards and create valid sets and sequences.
A sequence is a collection of three or more consecutive cards of the same suit, while a set is a collection of three or more cards of the same rank but different suits.
The rules and gameplay of Paplu Rummy are identical to those of Indian Rummy. Each player discards one card from their hand to the discard pile and draws a card from the draw pile or the discard pile.
Assets and sequences are formed, and players may place them on the table, but to declare the game, they must have at least two sequences, one of which must be a pure sequence (a sequence without a joker).