The player who goes out, i.e.
finishes first with no cards left in the hand,
scores 20 for each closed set and 80 for going out,
a total of 200 points.
Score 20 for each closed set,
minus the sum of all the numbers in open sets,
minus twice the sum of all numbers in the hand.
Wild cards count as minus 50 in
an open set and minus 100 in the hand.
Bonus #2 card counts as 8 in an
open set and minus 16 in the hand.
Negative scores carry over to the
Players decide how many rounds to
play or whether to finish the game when any player
reaches a predetermined total score e.g. 1,000.
Players can decide that once the
required any three base cards and card 21 have been
put down the remaining two sets can be started with
standard cards (non-rabbit). These standard card
sets can be completed and closed without using a
base card in which case they score 10 each. A
player can go out with these standard sets. If one
of these sets is started and the player then picks
up the base card then that base card can be
substituted for the standard card. That set when
closed would score 20. This is a good variation if
more than four players are playing with only one