A set of double-twelve dominoes contains 91 dominoes, with the numbers on the tiles ranging from 0 (or blank) to 12. In a double-twelve set, there are thirteen suits (blank, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12), each with thirteen members. A double-twelve is the "heaviest" domino; a double-blank is the "lightest" domino value. A double-nine set can be used to play all double-six and double-nine games, as well as some special games such as Mexican Train (see Double-Twelve Domino Rules).
- Double Twelve Color Dot Dominoes In Collectors Tin
With 91 tiles, lots of people can play. Try out fun game variations like Cardinal Mexican Train, Four-Hand Texas, Muggins, Draw, Block, Matador, Tiddle-a-Wink and many more! In virtually all games, players try to block the game so others cannot make a play. Or, players try to make ends that, when added together, equal some given number or multiple of that number. Or, they try to play so that the ends of the line will show spots of equal value. As always, the player to play his last piece before any opponent wins! Set packs neatly into sturdy game tin. Includes a starter piece to help organize the game, 91 tiles, and instructions. For 2 to 8 players.
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Games That Can Be Played With Double-Twelve Dominoes Include: