2. Domino 9

Number of Players:

2-6 players

Suitable Age:

5 years and older

Playing Time:

15-25 minutes

What do you need?

You can also play domino with a double-nine set. In this case, use all 55 Multi Playing Cards. Play Domino 9 like ordinary dominoes, but with a double-nine set, which amounts to a total of 55 tiles (or, in this case, cards). You can also put away the cards with 7, 8 or 9 dots to play with a standard domino set of 28 tiles.

Set up

If you have plenty of space, you can put the Multi Playing Cards next to each other (Photo 1).
If you have less space, you can put the Multi Playing Cards on top of each other (Photo 2).

Basic Rules

The most basic domino variant is designed for two players and requires a double-six set. The 28 tiles are shuffled face down and form the stock or boneyard. Each player draws seven tiles; the remainder of the tiles stay in place. Once the players begin drawing tiles, they are typically placed vertically on the table in front of the players, so each player can see their own tiles, but none of the players can see the value of the other players' tiles. This way, every player can see how many tiles remain in the opponent's hands at all times during the game. When playing with the Multi Playing Cards, you just keep your “tiles” in hand, like you would with any normal card game.

One player begins by playing the first tile of their set. This tile starts the line of play, in which values of adjacent pairs of tile ends must match. The players alternately extend the line of play with one tile at one of its two ends; if a player is unable to place a valid tile, they must keep on drawing tiles from the stock until they can. The game ends when one player wins by playing their last tile, or when the game is blocked because neither player can place another tile. If that occurs, whoever caused the block gets all of the remaining player points, not counting their own.

Check the basic rules of Dominoes here and the variants here

We wish you a lot of tile laying fun. Good luck!

(Photo 1) Play Multiplaycards next to each other.


(Photo 2) Play Multiplaycards over each other.

Hold the multiplaycards like this in your hand.
Now you can see all domino tiles.