# What is a Double 12 domino?

## What is a Double 12 domino?

A double-twelve set 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.

## How many dominoes do you get in double 12?

The same game can be played with a double-twelve set (91 tiles) or a double-nine set (55 tiles) domino sets. With a double-twelve set, four players would pick 12 tiles each and with a double-nine set, nine tiles would be taken at the start.

**What games can you play with double 12 dominoes?**

CHICKENFOOT is a very popular domino game. Many Double-Twelve game sets are packaged with both Chickenfoot and Mexican Train domino hubs as the tiles and accessories from these sets may play both games. The object of Chickenfoot is to get the least possible amount of points (same thing in Mexican Train).

### How many 12s are in Mexican train dominoes?

Train enthusiasts will love the colorful little trains used as game pieces. Mexican Train is a modern version of Dominoes, played with 91 double-12 dominoes.

### How many dominoes do you start with 3 players?

Number of dominoes drawn: For 2 to 4 players, each player draws 7 tiles. If 5 or more are playing, prior to the start of the game players should determine and agree upon the number of tiles each player should draw from the deck. (If 2 players, each draws 7 or 8 tiles; 3 or 4 players, draw 5 or 6 tiles.)

**What is the easiest domino game to play?**

the Block Game

Block or “the Block Game” for two players is the simplest basic domino variant and gives its name to the whole family of ‘block games’. It requires a double-six set, from which each player must draw seven tiles; the remainder is not used. The first player sets a tile on the table which starts the line of play.

## How do doubles work in dominoes?

A double can be played like any domino by matching it end to end, but it can also be used for “branching,” by matching it sideways to a matching end. A double used to branch is first played sideways and then the player has the option, during the same turn, of playing an additional domino on each end of the new branch.