Best Gin Rummy is a popular two-player card game.

Best Gin Rummy is a popular two-player card game, adapted into the touch-screen era through aesthetic game layouts, animations, graphics and sound effects. This game includes single-player and multiplayer games.

In single-player games, a human player can play against a computer opponent. There are three levels of computer opponents to choose from: Rookie, Skilled and Expert. Rookie is the default opponent, tap on "Options > Settings" to choose a new opponent. The opponent players are crafted using sophisticated Artificial Intelligence (AI). Simply, it plays like a human opponent!

In multiplayer or online games, a human player can play against a human opponent. This game provides options to choose a random human opponent or invite Game Center friends.

The objective of the game is to form a hand by combining cards into groups or runs and reduce the point value of the remaining unmatched cards to 10 or less.

Contains 5 game variants: Gin Rummy, Gin 200, Oklahoma Gin, Straight Gin and Hollywood Gin.

* Universal app, supports iPhone, iPod touch & iPad.
* In single-player games, players can play against "Rookie", "Skilled" or "Expert" computer opponents.
* In multiplayer or online games, players can choose a random human opponent or invite Game Center friends.
* Users can arrange their own hands, just disable auto melding from settings.
* Try two-tap-drop: if you happen to drop the wrong card, this option is for you!
* Fully automated melding or sorting of cards.
* Fully automated game play: meld, knock, gin, big gin, undercut and bonus are processed automatically.
* Game Tutorial for a quick start. Demonstrates both single-player and multiplayer games.
* Detailed Game Rules and Game Help.

What’s New

Version 6.6

Improved multiplayer experience.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

C.C.Gal ,

Rearranges hand

The most irritating thing is how it changes your hand without permission. Perhaps you are trying for 3 3’s, if you already have 2 but also 3 aces and 2 2’ s and draw a 4 in one suit, it automatically changes your hand to a straight. I’ve discarded cards try for a particular set up and when it changes my hand it messes up the whole deal. Also I’m finding that the deal and play have started to go slower and hesitate mid deal or play. Other wise it’s fine

Randi999 ,

Better Than My Previous App!

I played GinRummy using an app that the developer did not keep updated. With the last iOS update, that app would no longer work. And not all GinRummy apps include the Oklahoma variation, which has become my favorite.

This app DOES, and the game plays “cleaner-looking,” if that makes any sense. I am really enjoying this app, and being able to add my name and my virtual opponent’s name is a nice touch.

A comment to those reviewers who thought the game was “rigged” because the virtual opponent will frequently discard a card of the same value as the one YOU just discarded: When my father taught me this game, back in the 60s, he taught me that strategy. Unless you are collecting a run of cards of the same suit, if you throw down a 10, for instance, your opponent will, also (if he has one and doesn’t need it, himself). That gives him a better shot at you not picking it up from the discard pile. So the game isn’t rigged in favor of the virtual opponent. At least, not because of THAT! 😉

Trick ends ,

Flawed Game

I've been playing for a week now and I noticed a pattern develop. It seems that when you have two pairs and you must discard one, the next draw is usually the same card series as what you discarded. Say you had 2 threes and 2 fours. You discard a four and the next draw is a four. Discard the three and the next card is a three. Now I know there is a chance factor but it happens probably half the time. So I know that chance is not involved. It makes the game very frustrating because after awhile you know what's going to happen and that no matter what choice you make it will most probably be wrong. I don't know if this is a flaw or purposefully done. Otherwise the game is ok. You can tell when you are going to lose because, you either get a terrible hand or you can't draw a winner. I've had 5 pairs multiple times and I can't draw a third match in 10 draws. The odds of that happening are staggering. It's very frustrating

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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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