A set of double-nine dominoes contains 55 dominoes, with the numbers on the tiles ranging from 0 (or blank) to 9. In a double-nine set, there are ten suits (blank, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9), each with ten members. A double-nine is the "heaviest" domino; a double-blank is the "lightest" domino value. A double-nine set can be used to play all double-six games, as well as some special double-nine domino games (see Double-Nine Domino Rules).
- Cardinal Double Nine Color Dot Dominoes Tin
This Double Nine set of dominoes features 55 jumbo-sized color dot tiles in a sturdy collectible tin. These Classic Collector dominoes feature engraved dots, and each number has a distinct color, making them easy to tell apart. Made of a heavy white, ivory-like plastic, the pieces are 2 inches long, 1 inch wide, and .3 inch thick. Includes instructions for up to a number of different domino games, 55 dominoes, and collectors tin.
- Spinner Dominoes
Spinner Dominoes provide an exciting new spin on traditional double-nine dominoes! The 11 wild Spinner dominoes can quickly transform you or your opponent from a defensive player into an offensive strategist, adding speed, flexibility, and fun to keep the game moving. This set includes 66 dominoes, and each tile measures 1" by 2" by 3/8". This set comes with it's own brightly colored collectible storage tin, a Spinner score pad, and official Spinner rules. Please note these Spinner Dominoes do not include brass spinners but refer to the "spinner" markings on the wild dominoes.
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Games That Can Be Played With Double-Nine Dominoes Include: