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    PLAY DOMINOES ONLINE

    play dominoes online  
    This site offers a two-players dominoes game thereby preventing any collusion that is rampant in partners dominoes. There are 28 dominos and each player gets 7 (or 9 in a 9-bone variation) dominos at start. There are 3 versions of online domino games: Five-Up (aka Muggins or All Fives) as well as Draw and Block. The object of Dominoes is to be the first person to attain the agreed-upon number of points (100 - 500). Points may be awarded during the play of the hand by making the exposed ends of the chain total to a multiple of five (in Five-Up). The winner at the end of each hand also scores points for all the pips remaining in the other player's hand. Players can also select between 7-bone hand and 9-bone hand.

     

    Play Dominoes Online


                1) Select 'Play Dominoes Online'
                2) When you login, select 'Main Hall' button to enter the playing room



    If you are a new player, just invent any unique user name and password and start playing.
    To play Dominoes, you need to login first. Play for free or play for money if you buy playing $Tickets. You can play, chat and compete against other players for $Tickets. If you win in $Ticket head-to-head tournaments or mini-tourneys, your account will be credited with cash-equivalent $Tickets that you can cash out at any time without a fee.
    Exercise your logic, challenge your brain and your opponents', and sharpen your domino skills so you'll win every time! From general principles to advanced techniques, this fully illustrated, in-depth guide takes you through every aspect of the game. Start by learning what constitutes a suit, scoring procedures, and when to add your domino to the "skeleton," or developing structure. Diagrams show acceptable plays, plus examples of entire games. Special tips improve your chances of winning, and mental exercises help strengthen your memory and powers of deduction. And, when you're ready, move on to intermediate and advanced skills and strategies, too!

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