Cricket VS Rummy, Both are need chance and skills

Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of 11 players each on a field at the centre of which is a rectangular 22-yard long pitch. Each team takes its turn to bat, attempting to score runs, while the other team fields. Each turn is known as an innings.

Rummy is a group of matching card games notable for similar game play based on the matching cards of the same rank or sequence and same suit.

The objective of the cricket game is for a team to score more runs than its opponent. In some forms of cricket, it may also be necessary to dismiss the opposition in order to win the match, which would otherwise be drawn. Each batsman can continue to bat until he is out, and the whole team is out when ten of the batsmen have been bowled.

The basic goal in any form of rummy is to build melds which consist of sets, three or four of a kind of the same rank; or runs, three or more cards in sequence, of the same suit. A RUN is a sequence of 3 or more numerically consecutive cards of the same suit; whereas a SET is 3 or 4 identical cards of different suits. A player must hold at least two Runs, one of which must be a straight Run. The remainder of the cards must form combinations, either Runs or Sets, with or without Jokers.

In 13 card Indian rummy game each player will have 13 shuffled cards at the start of the game. All players will get their turns during the game. They can each take a card from the deck that is either open or closed. Once a player has drawn a card, he or she will then have to put down one of her cards and put it in the deck that is open. In the event that a player has completed the game, they can pick the discarded card and afterwards they can place a Show.

Both cricket and rummy need chance as well as skill. Players must have a complete knowledge and skill to win the game. Even though they have complete skill, they need chances and some factors should cope up on their way to proceed forward for their winning movement.

Chances in cricket game are based on the pitch condition of the ground, weather, luck and health condition of players. Cricket is a sport played predominantly in the drier periods of the year. But, even so, the weather is a major factor in all cricket matches.

A scheduled game of cricket cannot be played in wet weather. Dampness affects the bounce of the ball on the wicket and is a risk to all players involved in the game. Another factor in cricket is the amount of light available. At grounds without floodlights, umpires can stop play in the event of bad light as it becomes too difficult for the batsmen to be able to see the ball coming at them.

In Indian rummy game if they have more Jokers, better the chances of winning. Jokers can set a player free in any instant. If they already have a pure run, they can use the available Jokers to complete the 2nd Sequence or run. If they already have two Sequences, then they can use the available Jokers to first make Sets with high point cards.

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