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App description: Fancy a game of Gin Rummy? Welcome to the Grand Gin Rummy Hotel, where the 1920s are still alive and roaring!

Join a community of fellow enthusiasts of the classic American card game, Gin Rummy. Play a casual game or show your skill in seasonal leaderboards.

Play with real people in a classy 1920s hotel atmosphere. Choose between the multiplayer modes Classic, Quick and Oklahoma Gin and sharpen your skills in Practice mode.

Four unique game modes: Classic, Quick, Oklahoma, Practice
Friendly community of players
Play online or offline
Beautifully illustrated 1920s 5-star hotel atmosphere
Receive a daily bonus
Climb seasonal leaderboards
Login with Facebook and invite friends
Send and receive in-game gifts

Relax and enjoy your games at the Grand Gin Rummy Hotel!

Grand Gin Rummy is free to play but some additional game items can be bought, between $0.99 and $79.99 per item, inside the game. The respective local exchange rates apply. Grand Gin Rummy may require an internet connection to use all functions of the game.
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02-18-2016, 05:36 PM
Pretty cool
02-18-2016, 06:05 PM
Joined: Jul 2010
Location: UK
Posts: 718
Big fan of facebook one. This one's pretty good.
02-21-2016, 08:58 PM
Joined: Nov 2010
Posts: 143
Very polished and fun game, but the f2p elements completely ruin it. Not only is there an energy system that limits practice mode, but online games cost 200 chips each, and if you win you only get 250 back. So you have to win 4 games to pay for 1 loss. Chips cost $1 for 200, so if you lose you'll have to pay $1 a game. Ridiculously unbalanced and greedy system. Would definitely be worth an unlock iap to get around these terribly designed f2p mechanics since it is fun.
02-21-2016, 09:00 PM
Joined: Nov 2010
Posts: 143
Originally Posted by thumbs07 View Post
Big fan of facebook one. This one's pretty good.
Does the Facebook version have the same bogus f2p system?
06-13-2016, 09:41 PM
I am genuinely surprised this didn't get more TA attention.