# How Domino Is Played

Domino is a game of skill and strategy. It is played with a set of domino pieces that are rectangular in shape and usually twice as long as wide. They are designed to stand on their edges, and the surface of each piece has an arrangement of dots that is similar to those on a die, except that some of the squares are blank (indicated in this listing as a zero). The dominoes are sometimes called tiles, but in general usage they are referred to as dominoes or dominoes.

When a domino is played, it puts its ends into contact with those of another tile, which creates a chain of connected dominoes. Each domino has a number on one end that can be used to identify its position in the chain. Each time a domino is placed on the end of another, it converts its potential energy into kinetic energy, which provides the push needed to knock over the other tile. This process continues until the entire chain is complete.

The individual domino pieces are often grouped into suits, such as red, black, and white, to differentiate them from each other. Each suit contains dominoes with different numbers on their ends, indicating that they can be played in different ways. In addition, there are two special types of tiles, doubles and wild ones, which can be played at will.

A player begins a turn by drawing one of the dominoes in his hand. He then places it on the table so that its end touches a previous domino with its matching side up. Then he plays another domino to the right or left of the first, and so on. This process creates a chain of dominoes whose length is determined by the whims and rules of the game being played.

Once the initial chain is completed, a player can score points by adding up the values of all of the existing dominoes in his hand. Normally, points are awarded each time the sum of an end of a domino is divisible by five or three. For example, nine is scored each time it is divided by five, while four and three makes six. In addition, one point is scored for each domino added to the end of a domino that is already playing.

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