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Love your game Mexican train dominoes can not end on a double. When a double is played, it is placed perpendicular to the train. Subsequently, adding a domino to the double is called "finishing", "satisfying the double" or "covering the double.
The player that plays the double has to cover the double or their train becomes public and someone else has to cover the double before normal play can resume.
If a double remains unfinished after it has been played, the train becomes a "public" train. No other train can be added to by any player until someone "finishes the double".
Play passes to the next player who can legally play on this train if the train is theirs, or if they can legally play on "public" trains.
If they cannot "finish the double", they must draw a domino, and if they cannot play it on the double, their own train becomes "public". Play continues like this until someone "finishes the double".
Single and double blanks are considered wilds. Branching on doubles as in Chicken Foot is allowed as an option see Variations below.
At the end of each round, the player going out receives 0 points, while all other players receive the sum of all pips dots on their dominoes. The person with the fewest points after all thirteen rounds have been played is the winner.
In the case of a tie, the person with the most 0-point rounds is the winner. If this is still a tie, the person with the lowest round total other than 0 is the winner.
With four, six or eight players, the game can be played in teams of two, with partners sitting opposite each other.
Rules are identical except that a player's train and their partner's train are considered one and the same they will usually extend from opposite sides of the station , and thus a player can play on their own end or their partner's, and neither end becomes public until neither partner can play a tile.
Scoring is also handled in pairs, with the player who went out scoring zero for their team even though their partner will have dominoes remaining and other teams summing their scores for a team score.
In other words is hoarding allowed? Hi Betty, you must play a tile if able to. If the first player has domino which matches the denomination of the engine tile they can either: place the domino in the slot on the hub nearest them, matching-end facing toward the engine, to start their personal train OR End match the tile to the slot designated for the Mexican Train to start it.
The Mexican train is typically available for all players and can be started by any player on their turn if they wish.
After the Mexican train has been started a train marker may be placed it the left to indicate the train is available for play. This marker signifies to other players your train is open for them to play on.
Your next turn you may play on any available train. You can remove the marker after you are able to successfully play a tile on your personal train.
If there are no more tiles in the bone pile and you do not have a playable tile, pass and place a marker by your train. Players who are unable to play on the double after drawing a tile must place a marker by their train.
After the double is closed, players with markers by their trains can begin attempts to play on their own train. After you finish playing your doubles you may play your additional tile that is not a double.
Doubles must be closed in the same order they are played, so the additional tile can only be played on the first double.
If you do not have any remaining tiles after playing doubles, draw from the bone pile and try to play. If you draw a playable double, play and draw again.
You may play as many doubles are available in succession. The turn ends after the non-double tile is played or cannot be played. If one cannot be played, place a marker by the end of your personal train.
Normal train marker rules apply. If a double remains open, every player — including the player who played the double — must attempt to satisfy it.
Multiple doubles must be closed in the same order they were placed. Normal open double rules apply. If it is impossible to close because all other tiles of that denomination have to be played, it does not restrict other eligible trains any longer.
If all of my dominos can be connected on with my personal train can I go out? Hi David, Thanks so much! What do you do if the bone yard is empty and no one can play?
If you still do not have a domino to play, then you must PASS. During a player's turn, the player can play as many double dominoes as he wants as long as he can finish his turn by playing a non-double domino 'covering the double'.
If he still cannot cover the double then he must PASS and the next player is responsible for covering the double. Copyright DillyDallyGames.