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Each player draws six pieces; highest double plays and scores two points.

The object is to make "spots" at each end of the line alike, and when a player does this he scores two points.

If there is a double at one end of the line and a single can be placed at the other end of the same spot valuation, then the player scores three.

Players draw from the surplus and play in the same way as for "Muggins."

Players going "domino" score one point.

If a game is blocked, hands are shown and the lowest hand scores one point. However, if any hand contains a double, it does not score if other hands are free from them. In other words, the lowest hand is the one with the lowest number of "spots" which does not contain a double. However, if both hands contain doubles, then the lowest number of remaining spots is the winner.

The number of "spots" on the double does not determine the winning hand, but the number of "spots" on all pieces except doubles are what determine the winner.

Fifteen points is game.


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