Dominoes is one of the popular board games across the world. There are different rules in the game, and the game is available in 3 different modes
- Draw Dominoes
You need to play the tiles on one side of the board. You have to match your flooring with the other flooring of 2 ends present on the board
- Block dominoes
It is similar to Draw Dominoes. The only difference is that if you fall in short of options, you are asked to pass the turn.
- Dominoes All Five
This mode is a little complex. With every turn, you have to sum up all ends of the game board and take note of the count of pips present there.
In case the count of pips comes to be in multiples of 5, you will get those many points. You may find it difficult, but it is easy to get it
Dominoes started in China. The dominoes mean playing cards, and it was invented in the 10th century.
- The dominoes/playing cards are shuffled in a manner that they are face down placed in circles using the flat part of the hand. It generates a sound that is quite familiar even today. Every player draws six dominoes and then puts them in such a way that other players aren’t able to view the value of the cards.
- The traditional method used by English pubs of accomplishing the task is face down cards aligned in 2 rows of 3 in a way that all of 6 tickets can be easily picked using both hands, viewed and returned while keeping another hand free.
- A newbie can position them on edge easily in a row, and rest dominoes are given the name – “sleeping” tiles.
- The person who holds the double six will start the play. The tile should be double tile so that the game can get the first turn. In case not a single player holds the double, then the reshuffling of pipes is done and then re-drawn.