In Austria the game is known by the original American name Rummy. The French name Rommé, which is used in Germany, is derived from Rummy. In France the game is called Rami.
Jolly is a card game for two to four players and is played with six jokers. The aim of the game is to form combinations with the hand cards and score as many points as possible when laying them. The combinations can be either groups (three or four cards of the same value, but different suits) or sequences (at least three like-suit, consecutive cards). The game includes jokers, whereby the jokers can take the place of any card in a combination.