DominoesDominoes is an age-old game of strategy and chance, enjoyed by players of all ages. The traditional game of dominoes is played with 28 dominoes, with each domino featuring two equal-valued sides, or pips. The game is typically played by two to four players, although the game can be adapted for more players. To begin, each player is randomly assigned a set number of dominoes, which must be kept hidden from the other players. For two players, each player receives seven dominoes; for three or four players, each player receives six dominoes.

The player with the highest double (double six) typically begins the game. If no one owns this domino, the player with the strongest double moves first. On their turn, each player must place a domino with a number of points equal to one of the two pips featured on the previously placed domino. Each player takes turns adding dominoes in this manner until all of the dominoes have been placed. Players can also opt to pass if they do not have a matching domino.

The objective of the game is to be the first player to place all of their dominoes. In the event that the game reaches a stalemate, the one with the fewest points left in their hand is declared the winner. Dominoes is an exciting game of skill and chance, and it can be enjoyed by players of all ages. Have Fun!

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