21 or 52 Cards Games

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This is a team moderated Card Games. It means that we assume one of the player knows the rule for these games.

Learn how to play these 3 very popular Indian card games. They’re simple and they’re loads of fun!

21 Cards Keechu

This is a Kerala (India) gambling game, also known as Keechu, and is almost identical to Flush, Flash or the British game 3 Card Brag. This game is played with 21 cards. The cards used in this game are four cards each of Ten, Jack, King, Queen and Ace. Additional Card is 9 Spades, which is a wild card. This game can be played by a maximum of 7 players.

All the other rules are same as regular Flash or Poker.

52 Cards Keechu

This is an Indian gambling game, also known as Flush (or Flash), and is almost identical to the British game 3 Card Brag. This game is sometimes called Teen Patti, sometimes spelled Teen Pathi, means "three cards". An international 52 card pack is used, cards ranking in the usual order from ace (high) down to two (low). This game can be played by a maximum of 17 players.

All the other rules are same as regular Flash or Poker.

Rummy

The game is best played with two to four players, but up to nine can take part. Either a fixed number of deals are played, or the game is played to a target score. The number of deals or the target score needs to be agreed before beginning to play. One standard deck of 52 cards is used in this game (Ace, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King, Two Jokers).

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