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Mexican Train Domino Member log in VideoHow To Play Mexican Train Dominoes
The rules are relatively simple, and once explained, any enthusiast can understand the Mexican Train game. The object of this game is to have the lowest score in the game.
The game can be played for multiple rounds with different double values being used as a central hub. Once a player has played all his dominoes, the round is scored before moving on to the next one.
The player with the least number of points after all the rounds is declared the winner. The game consists of 91 domino tiles which contain all possible combinations of values from 0 — Out of these, 12 dominoes have double values which will be used for double plays.
This is not critical to the game and it will balance itself as the game is played. The players then organize the tiles in their hands in a playable progression beginning with the same denomination number as the engine.
Thus, you will be ready when an opportunity arises for all or some part of that line-up to become playable somewhere as the game progresses.
To begin, choose a player at random to play first and then rotate the starters clockwise thereafter. The Mexican Train must be a domino that has one end that is the same denomination as the engine in the center.
The Mexican Train is begun and is played in an area out-of-the-way from the center playing area. Spokes can be squeezed in between if more than 8 players are involved, or as needed if doubles or 18s are used.
For dominoes containing double blanks, these are worth 50 points. The player with the lowest total score sum of all end of round totals at the end of the game wins.
Yes you can. If I have two tiles left to end the game, a double and a tile to satisfy the double, do I have to tap after the double is placed, or can i just go out?
I would still tap, considering I have known people to play with their own house rules that penalize players for not tapping.
While I would let them player remove their token after the player finishes their turn, I suppose any rule could be set into place before the game for this kind of circumstance.
In scoring for dominoes how do you score the blank tiles? Hi T, You can only play one tile per turn, with the exception of doubles when you can play two.
This prevents a player from immediately going out. What if a double is played and all tiles that match it have been played?
Is it just a dead train and play resumes on the other trains or is the game locked and all players count up the pips on their dominoes?
Hi Barbara, If a double cannot be satisfied because all matching tiles have been used then the restrictions on play are removed and play can proceed as normal.
Players would no longer be able to play on the offending train though. What happens if at the beginning of play if one person can not start and all tiles have been drawn?
Hi Kathy, If a player is not able to play a tile, even after drawing or if the draw pile is exhausted.
That player will pass their turn and place their train token next to their personal train. This means other players may play onto your personal train and this token can only be removed once you have played a tile onto your personal train.
If a player cannot either lay a domino on his own train, or play a domino on a Mexican train, or play a domino on an opponent's train, he must draw a domino.
If he cannot play this domino, he states this out loud and it is the next person's turn. If he can play it, he does so and it is the next person's turn.
If he was not able play his drawn domino on his own train, he must top the first domino of his train his engine with a marker; this lets all other players know that his train can now be played on just like a Mexican train.
Splay a third domino, which again may go anywhere - on the first or second double you played or elsewhere, and may be a third double - and so on.
Your turn ends after you play one domino that is not a double or, being unable to do so, you pass and place your penny on your train. The only exception to this is that if your very last domino is a double you may go out finish the game with it.
In that case, the game ends immediately and penalty points are tallied. You are the winner of this round, as you will have zero points.
If a double is played, and the player leaves a train ending in a double, then after the end of that player's turn the next domino played by the next player must be played on that double.
The duty of satisfying the double falls first on the next player after the person who played the double.
If they can satisfy the double, they must do so - even though it may be on a personal train. If they cannot satisfy the double from their hand, they draw a tile and if that does not match the double either, they pass and place a penny on their own train; the duty of satisfying the double then passes to the following player in turn.
If a player leaves several doubles unsatisfied at the end of a turn, each of the exposed doubles must be satisfied by subsequent players in the order that they were played.
The play ends as soon as one player runs out of dominoes, or when no other domino can be played. Each player scores as penalty points the spots on the dominoes they have left so a player who ran out of dominoes will score no penalty points for that game.
A complete session would consist of 13 games, the first started with the , then the , and so on down to the Doubles only count for face value, except for the double blank, which is generally scored as Not Helpful 2 Helpful Not Helpful 3 Helpful We have always counted the double blank domino as 50 points.
Some others count it as 25 points. Not Helpful 8 Helpful A Mexican train may be played on by anyone having the correct tile.
Your personal train can only be played on by yourself unless it has a marker placed on it. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 5. If a double is played by another player, and I have not started my own train, am I required to cover the double?
One additional train called Mexican train is also available for all players to play. In the first turn player can match as many tiles as possible starting with the tile matching lead double for that round.
In subsequent rounds player can only play one tile if it is non-double. You can see the Mexican Train Engine in the centre.
An alternative layout is one which we use in our mobile game, with the Mexican train at the top, although this will only work with a small group of players all facing the same way.
Here is an example of how it would look with three players. As you can see, the Mexican Train has begun at the top. Another player has begun their train directly beneath.
The dominoes at the bottom are for three separate players who are deciding on how to proceed. You may arrange your own dominoes in front of you during the game, but as soon as you lay your tile either on the Mexican Train or on your own train you may not alter your move.
Please see an example below of how best to sort out your dominoes. As you can see, they go in sequence.