Introduction to Domino Games
Dominoes is a very popular family of game-based tiles, also called domino tiles. Each domino is simply a flat rectangular tile with a flat line dividing its surface into two square sides. The flat side is usually white or beige, while the other side is covered in a variety of colors or has blank spots. Dominoes are popular due to their ease of use and quick to set up.
Dominoes are played with two players at a time in a game called solitaire. There are typically five domino tiles face up on a single table. One player serves as the “ona” tile while the other player serves as the “dangelo” tile. Dominoes are laid out in the same fashion as conventional playing cards with the exception that it is not required to have an extra four free tiles to serve as an “ona”. Dominoes can be played with as few as two players and as many as six players depending on the variation used.
In a regular domino game, after a player receives all their opponents’ hands, they reveal their cards and the remaining players then do the same. If there is still a match, the player with the most cards after the others have been revealed wins. The last domino that is laid is the winning domino that becomes the new world high bidder. Dominoes are a simple game to learn and play and the rules can be explained easily to even beginners.