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Rummy Auto Split 2 - 3 - 4 Players Updated: 2012

2 or 3 Players

This is applicable to 101 and 201 regular tables that start off with more than 3 players. The condition is that the difference in the number of drops possible for any of the 2 or 3 players involved will not be greater than 2.

E.g.‚ For a 101 count game, Player 1 is on 60, Player 2 is on 80 and Player 3 is on 95. Player 3 has no drops left, Player 2 has 1 drop left and Player 1 has 2 drops left. Since the difference between the drops is 2, the prize will be Auto Split among the 3 Players. If 6 players had started the game and the entry is 1000, then Player 1 gets 2640 chips, Player 2 gets 1760 and Player 3 gets 880 chips.

Similarly, for a 201 count game, if Player 1 is on 150, Player 2 on 175 and Player 3 on 180, the prize will be auto split. Player 1 will get 2640 chips, Player 2 will get 1760 and Player 3 will get 880 chips (again considering 6 players had started and the entry is 1000).


4 Players

This is applicable to 101 and 201 regular tables that start off with more than 4 players. If all Players have no drops left, the prize will be auto split among the 4 players.

E.g., For a 101 count game, if Player 1 is on 100, Player 2 on 95, Player 3 on 97 and Player 4 on 89, the prize will be auto split. If 6 players had started the game and the entry is 1000, then the prize is auto split automatically among them.

Similarly, for a 201 count game, if Player 1 is on 180, Player 2 on 192, Player 3 is on 200 and Player 4 on 185, the prize will be auto split.