Thus, the display of two levels at which stacked stones always show the same value. Who can’t lie, either urges or pulls 2 stones (his choice). The one who does not have the first stone finishes and wins. Domino Blocking Any of the above options will be played. If you do not want to invest or refuse delivery, you can block either end using Pasch. This completes the game. The blocker must definitely win the game, i.e. have the least amount of residual points. Then he receives enemy points, credited as always. If the opponent has fewer eyes, he gets all the points, and the blocker marks a double rating of the remaining stones as a minus. Sevastopol 4 players: each gets 7 stones.
He receives enemy points minus his own (possibly 0). Matador (similar to all seven) 3-6 players: each receives 7 stones 6-11 players: each receives 5 stones The game is played for the amount of “10”, all other rules of “all seven” apply (jokers are called “Matador”), playing until 200 points. Bergen 2-3 players: each player receives 6 stones 4 players: each player receives 5 stones The goal is not to get rid of your stones first, but to arrange them so that the same values are on both ends after the end move. However, the usual rules apply! The game is rated by points: – The lowest Easter begins: 2 points (possibly the lowest stone) – Setting the highest Easter (currently on the table): 2 points – Complete the move with three: 3 points (this will be Pasch down or the corresponding Pasch to lying Pasch) – Finish the move with the same values, without Pasch (Double): 2 points.
If you cannot lie, you draw a stone on which you can play; if the stone does not fit, the next player is in motion. This is how the game works, while only 2 stones are left in stock. The player who plays his last stone first calls “Domino” and gets 2 points. The game also ends when only 2 pieces are left in the pool, and no player can play. A player who does not have a parcel gets 2 points. If there are several, or if all players still have Paschsteine, then the player with the least residual points gets 2 points.
Winning is a game for 2 people with 15 points, a game for 3 and 4 people when reaching 10 points. Italian Domino 3 players: everyone gets 7 stones 4 players: everyone gets 6 stones 5 players: everyone gets 5 stones It’s not about coming up accordingly, but about reaching certain values using your display. The highest Easter begins, or perhaps the highest stone. The total cost of the display is announced out loud, since the first stone is 5/7 = “12”. Now, for example, 2/6 = 8, since the amount is declared according to “20” (12 + 8). So more and more is added. Anyone who reaches 30 (1), 50 (2), 70 (3), 100 (4) using their display (when playing with a set of 9 also 120 (5) and 150 (6)) gets points in brackets or accrued points .
Domino game records. If you do not have 9 or do not want to play, you can also play for the open ends of the existing display. E-deck. If you cannot play, you must go through this round, but you can play again next time. The player who first plays his last stone wins and receives points of the remaining points of his opponent. If no one can finish, the game ends and the player with the least remaining points receives points.
The one who scored the most points wins. Each of the two players alternately takes out the dominoes from the game and writes it to its column. One stone value sets the line, the other the record value. Stone 5/3 gives, for example, either entry 3 on line 5 or entry 5 on line 3. If there is already an entry in the field, a new entry is added. If a player still has no entrance to the field and only one stone with the corresponding line number remains, then his opponent can assign the corresponding entry. The player to whom the recording was made must make the next move. If the last stone was taken out of the game, the game ends, and it comes to an assessment: in each row it is determined which player has reached a higher amount than his opponent. However, the goal is to double this amount. He then dominates his opponent, and then receives the sum of his credited opponent.