Double-Six Dominoes

Double Six DominoesA set of double-six dominoes contains 28 tiles, with the numbers on the tiles range from 0 (or blank) to 6. There are seven suits (blank, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), each with seven members. A double-six is the "heaviest" domino; a double-blank is the "lightest" domino value. A double-six set is the most popular size of domino set, and allows you to play many of the most popular domino games (see Double-Six Domino Rules).

  • Boneyard DominoesBoneyard Dominoes
    The game of Dominoes shares its diverse past with many cultures form the East to the West. Said to have originated in 12th century China and based on the paired couplings of rolling 6-sided dice, Dominoes evolved with every culture to which it was introduced. Traders of the Marco Polo era brought Dominoes to Europe in the 13th century. English immigrants, fresh from the Seven Years' War, then brought Dominoes to North America where the game evolved into the many variations we play today. In the tradition of making games worth giving, Front Porch Classics offers two classics in this decorative game box: Block and Draw Dominoes and Mexican Train.
  • Double Six Dominoes Travel SetDouble Six Dominoes Travel Set
    Finally, a reason to look forward to long car rides! The Double Six Dominoes Travel Set is the perfect way to have fun and pass the time. Teach your friends and family how to play or learn this classic yourself and never be bored again. Dominoes is a classic favorite that is challenging, fun, and competitive. This game comes in an easy-to-carry bag so you can play dominoes anywhere and at anytime. So whether you have a long trip ahead of you, or are just looking for a great way to pass the time, order the Double Six Dominoes Travel Set today!


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Games That Can Be Played With Double-Six Dominoes Include:

See Also: Double-Nine Dominoes, Double-Twelve Dominoes

Last Update: July 2nd, 2012