You will need
  • a set of dominoes, empty the table, from 2 to 4 people
All the dominoes tip over on the table points down and thoroughly mixed. Players then disassemble at random 5-7 knuckles. If you play four or three, then everyone gets 5 knuckles. If only two players, they take 7 pieces. The remaining stones form the so-called "market", they are set aside without opening.
Players see their stones. Starts the game, whoever has the highest double (the stones with the same numbers). In General, it is a stone 6-6, if this is in the hands of no one, then looking for 5-5, and so on. If there is a situation that no one takes, then go with the older stone with different numbers 6-5 or 6-4 and so on. So, the first walking puts the first chip on the table, move from it passes clockwise to the next player.
The next player must put available on the table stone one of their stones with the proviso that one half the same number of points as the already lying on the table. So the players lay out the stones on the table, attaching them to one or the other edge of the resulting line according to the principle of coincidence the number of points.
If anyone of the players there are two doubles, which can be used right and left from multiple stones on the table, these duplicates can be put in one move. Generally, the course is placed only one stone. If a player has no suitable stone, he goes "on the market", that is, takes at random a chip from a pile of extra stones. The player takes the stones in the row, until you will not catch any. All irrelevant to the placing of the stones remain in his arms.
Thus the game continues until one of the players lay out all your stones on the table or unless there is a "fish". "Fish" is a dead - end situation when all players have chips on hand, but no one of matching tiles for the table, and in the "market" chips is over.

At the end of the game counts the number of points remaining to each player. The number of points equal to the number of points on the knuckles, which left the player's hands. Empty double 0-0 is worth 25 points. The entry points for each player opened with 13 points. After the recording of points begins the next game round. The game ends when one player rack up 101 points, it is called "goat".