Domino Game Rules
The most common Western domino game is Draw, often simply referred to as "Dominoes".
Each player begins by drawing seven tiles, usually from a set of double-six dominoes.
The first player starts a line of play by placing one domino tile on the table. Players take turn adding one matching number tile to either end of the line of tiles.
If a player does not have a matching tile to play, then the player must draw tiles from extra tiles in the middle of the table, until a match is found or only 2 tiles remain in the bone pile.
The pip count of the remaining stock (at least two tiles) is added to the losing player's remaining pip count to form the score of the game.
The game ends when a player runs out of tiles in his hand. The number of pips in each player's hand is added up, and recorded as that player's score. At the end of a specified number of rounds, the winner is the player with the lowest accumulated score.
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