Tiddle-a-Wink Domino Rules

How To Play Tiddle-a-Wink Dominoes

Number Of Players: 2 and up
Domino Set Required: Any

Tiddle-a-Wink is a variation of Block Dominoes, and plays the same except that a player playing a double may play another tile before ending his turn. It is also very similar to Tiddly-Wink, which typically uses a double-six domino set.

Tiddle-a-Wink plays well with a large number of players, and works well as a party game.


The size of the domino set used for Tiddle-a-Wink depends on the number of players:

After shuffling the dominoes, each player draws an equal number of tiles to make up their hand. Any remaining tiles are kept in the boneyard and not used.


Ending A Hand

A hand ends either when a player plays all his tiles, or when a game is blocked, at which time the lightest hand wins total of his opponents points, minus any points in his own hand.

Winning A Game

A game is generally played to 100, 200, or whatever total is agree upon before the game begins.


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