Ace2Three launched a new rewards points system on the 19th December 2012 called AcePoints.
All Ace2Three players are rewarded points for their real money game play (does not include premium freerolls though) starting 19th December 2012. Every Rs.100/- played fetches 1 AcePoint. Points are calculated daily and awarded to the players account the very next day.
There are 5 player categories – Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Platinum+. All players start from the Bronze category and move up the ladder to Platinum+ depending on the points they earn. There is a 3 month period to acquire these points.
To be a Platinum+ player; 20,000 AcePoints are required. Platinum category requires 7500 Points. Players are automatically upgraded to the next category when they achieve the associated points for a category. Conversely, players will also be downgraded when they do not have enough points during the 3 month period to sustain their current category.
As of now, Ace2Three have not specified the value of these AcePoints, however it is understood that these AcePoints will fetch players cash rewards, special bonuses and tournaments. It is expected that Ace2Three will announce the rewards associated with these Points very soon.
It is time to enjoy some more Classic Rummy at Ace2Three!
Rummy is a skill based card game as well as a very well-liked card game in the draw and discard variety. It happens to be a card game played out by just about all age categories. Rummy is preferably enjoyed by 4 to 6 participants and with one pack of playing cards. In the event that there are more than 4 players, 2 packs of playing cards is commonly made use of.
The fundamental purpose of playing Rummy is always to create sets as well as sequences. The first player who builds up the necessary sets as well as sequence is the winner. The other players are penalised. This could be a loss of a fixed sum of money or maybe just penalised based on the selection of unmelded (is not in a set or sequence ) cards they are eventually left with in their hand.
Indian Rummy is a 13 Cards Rummy card game. Find out more in depth regarding Indian Rummy as well as How to Play Rummy.
Enjoying Rummy Online is quite common nowadays. Players can start to play at a variety of Rummy Sites which enables them to spend playtime with players from all across the globe. Such rummy sites are on hand round the clock, throughout the year, which makes it hassle-free for players to enjoy playing rummy. A few established Rummy Sites in India are – Rummy Circle, Classic Rummy & Ace2Three. Players should be able to play Rummy Online Free or even for real money. Playing Rummy in India (apart from in the states of Assam & Orissa ) is legitimate.