How to Play Domino


The game of domino is played by laying out a series of tiles on a flat surface. There are different styles of dominoes and variations on the game. Most of the games involve a scoring system. Usually, the player with the lowest number of spots wins. However, some games also include trick-taking.

There are three main types of dominoes: the double six set, the single six set, and the double fifteen set. Normally, a single six set includes nine tiles. A double twelve set has 91 tiles, and a double fifteen set has 136. These dominoes are a little too large for most domino games.

The traditional Chinese dominoes are a 32-piece set that represents each face of two thrown dice. These dominoes are made of ivory or bone. Traditional European dominoes are also made of bone or dark hardwood. Other materials used are silver lip ocean pearl oyster shell, ivory, and ebony.

When playing, players take turns adding dominoes to the platform. If a tile is played, the next player must then place it in such a way that it touches one end of the chain. In some games, tiles are not allowed to be played until both sides of the tile have been knocked off the platform.

Each domino has a number of pips on each half of its face. For instance, a double six has six pips on each side. This makes it a unique piece for each possible combination of two ends with zero to six spots. Some versions of dominoes allow tiles to be joined to all four sides, but this method is usually not used.

Before the start of the game, the players must draw and shuffle their dominoes. They must also decide what number of pips they will play. The heaviest hand will determine which player plays first.

Each domino is marked with the order of pips on its face. Traditionally, the two faces of a domino are arranged in a line, with each of the pips of the first tile forming the left side of the line, and the pips of the second tile forming the right side. Then, the first player places the chosen tile on the center of the table.

The second player is responsible for placing a second tile on the right side of the second tile, and then a third tile on the left side of the second. Once the third tile has been played, the fourth tile is played vertically, followed by the fifth and sixth tiles.

In the game of domino, players try to make the tower as stable as possible. If the tower is too unstable, it falls and the other player takes the lead. Another player may knock off the tower to stop the other player from gaining points. At this point, if the tower falls, the winner is the player with the least number of spots.

Players will also have to keep an eye out for open ends. If there are no other tiles attached to the open ends, they are considered to be “open” for the game.

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