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Like playing cards, dominoes (also called bones, cards, men, or tiles) have a line or ridge to distinguish them from other similar pieces. One side of a domino features an arrangement of spots, or pips, and the other is blank or identically patterned. Dominoes are normally twice as long as they are wide, which allows them to be stacked on each other in a row.
Each domino has a particular value, indicated by the number of pips on its ends, which are sometimes referred to as ranks or weights. A domino with fewer pips is lighter than one with more pips. The value of a domino may be indicated by its color, or by a label such as “double-six,” which indicates that it has six pips on its two ends.
During gameplay, players draw their dominoes from a bag or box and place them on the table in front of them. The first player then plays a domino, either by drawing lots or by deciding who holds the heaviest hand. After a domino is played, it becomes part of the game and cannot be taken away.
After that, players proceed to play tiles in sequence. Each tile must be matched with another tile on the table, or “played.” The game is won by the first player to play all of his or her tiles.
Dominoes are also used to create elaborate layouts, often in combination with other materials such as wood or metal. These can be designed to reflect the player’s favorite theme or style, or to commemorate a special occasion. For example, a Domino’s fan recently designed a domino map of her hometown.
The Domino Effect is a concept that states that if you change one behavior, this will trigger a chain reaction in other related behaviors. For example, if you start exercising more, this will likely lead to you eating less fat. Domino’s is utilizing this theory to their advantage with their new Dominos Now service.
Instead of just ordering pizza, you can now order a variety of items using an app or a text message. Hopefully, this is the beginning of many innovations to come from Domino’s. The company’s focus on listening to their customers is evident from the many ways they have innovated their service. Ultimately, this is why they have been able to thrive in such a competitive industry. They understand that they must keep their customer base happy in order to continue to grow and expand their business.