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Dominoes are game pieces sold in sets of 28, made of plastic, bone, metal, or wood. Different games can be played with dominoes, including the most common game of matching pieces to the last placed on the table. Other games include 42, Muggings, and creating chains to topple. The annual exhibition of toppling dominoes has been held in the Netherlands since 1986, with the world record of 4,079,381 dominoes set in 2006.

Dominoes are game pieces sold in sets of 28. Each piece, known as a bone or tile, consists of a rectangular piece divided down the center by a line. On each side of the line, a number of points (from one to six) allow you to play a combination of numbers. Some tiles are also blank. Most dominoes are now made from plastic, but a variety of materials were used in the past, including bone, metal, and wood.

There are many different games that can be played with dominoes. The most common game consists of players drawing pieces to match the last placed on the table. Players are “dealt” a number of tiles at the start of the game, which they try to match with the previously played piece. Players keep drawing until there are no more pieces left or until a match is made. The player who has no more dominoes in his possession at the end of the game is the winner. If all players have tiles left, the number of points in the pieces is counted. The player with the most points loses the round. There is usually a certain number of points to reach, such as 101. The first player to reach that number is out of the game. Rounds continue until all but one player has been eliminated. Variations of this domino game include Chicken Foot and Private Train, where players are required to create specific shapes when playing their tiles.

Another popular game that can be played with dominoes is 42. In this game, the goal of the players is to win “tricks” or bets. These bets are placed by taking a tile and offering it, face down, on the table. All pieces are then turned over and the tallest one wins. The game is played in two opposing teams of two people each. The rules of 42 are complex, but the end result is simple: the team that wins with the most tricks wins. Muggings, also known as Five Up, is another domino game based on number additions. In Muggings, a player scores a point each time all points on a played tile add up to a multiple of five.

Dominoes are also used to make chains which are then toppled in succession until all stocks have fallen. This game, known as “the domino effect”, is a competitive hobby played all over the world. An annual exhibition of toppling dominoes has been held in the Netherlands since 1986. The world record, set in 2006, consisted of a chain of 4,079,381 dominoes.

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