The General Rules Of Domino
Before every round of a domino game, the tiles are shuffled face down on a table and rigorously mixed to make sure they are randomized.
The seating arrangement is usually ascertained by drawing lots with the tile with the most number of pips drawn as the deciding factor as to who gets the first choice of a seat.
When a game involves teams or partners, each partner will have to sit on opposite sides.
To establish who among the participants gets to play first, one of the following is practiced:
1) players will draw lots – the player who draws the heaviest tile or the highest double from the newly shuffled domino pieces plays first
2) the previous winner of the game gets to play first in the next round
After the participant who gets to play first has been confirmed, the order of play will either be in a clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation as decided by the players themselves.
All participants are to take hold of the specified number of domino pieces and arrange them in a row in front of themselves making sure the other players do not see them.
The domino pieces left in the boneyard are to be left faced down and might be drawn from when necessary.
The participant who does not have a tile to connect to the layout should say “I pass”. To “pass” means the players cannot make a play for this particular turn, thereby allowing the player next to them to play. The game ends when none of the players is able to lay tiles on the table.
A line is formed as each player adds to the other domino pieces which have been laid on the table. This is what is termed a layout, string or more commonly, line of play.
Domino pieces are connected to the layout either in a lengthwise manner by joining the tiles end to end or in a crosswise manner where the double tiles are joined across the matching number of pips.
Spinners (doubles) can be played on all sides.
Some points are acquired from the total number of pips at the ends of the layout during a game. While in other games, scoring is only achieved with the number of pips at the ends of the layout are multiples of either 5 or 3.
There is also situs judi dominoqq online terpercaya games where the total number of pips left with the non-winning participants of the game are added to the score of the winning player.
The game ends when an agreed number of hands have been played or the specified score has been achieved by a participant or team. More commonly though, a game is ended when a player or team has laid all their tiles on the layout.