About this deal
J♦, or 6♦, 7★, 7 ★, 9 ★ . You can have as many wild cards or Jokers in a run as you wish (and they may be adjacent to each other). So, when 3 cards are dealt, the 3s are wild, when 4 cards are dealt, the 4s are wild and so on until the last round when the Kings go wild. You can only use the number of cards you were dealt to make your books and/or runs. You must have one card left to discard. Your discard can be a playable card.
When all of the cards in a pile are successfully arranged into books and/or runs, it is closed and can be flipped over. Continue playing until all the piles are closed (you win) or the draw pile is depleted (try again). The Joker is always a wild card. In addition, there are rotating wild cards that change every round. Wild cards rotate based on the number of cards dealt that round: Going Out: Start your turn as normal, then lay down your entire hand in books and/or runs on the table in front of you before discarding your last card.Once one player goes all out (which means they have played all their cards, minus the one they need to discard), all other players will only have one more turn before the end of the round. After that, any cards not discarded will be added to your total. If there's a tie for the lowest score: have multiple winners OR deal a 6-card tie-breaking round for only the tied players to play.
Play continues until one player lays out all of their cards. At that point, each other player has one more turn in which to empty their hand.Then, you can use the wild somewhere, maybe to complete another set or run or even just add on to this one. A lot of good players will use the same cards to go for multiple books at a time and open up the odds of getting a card that works for them.