General overview of how to play Mexican Train
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This is more confusing then how we play, but a lot faster
I don't understand the beginning of his train…
hey 509smiley why didn't you satisfy "her" double eight? is that a special rule that you don't have to satisfy a double on your first turn?
hey 509smiley also, if you can't satisfy a double and you draw and still can't doesn't your train go up?
Dude. Turn up your speakers. 🙂
Anyone else notice that he placed a 12 with a 4?
Yeah I'm not sure about that 12 on a 4 bs
first time i see this game n i know he cant match that 12 with a 4
Thank you for the video
Narrator should check his train it's wrong
He is not correct in laying the tile down. Your first two tile do not match. Whaaaats-up?
I am glad others saw the error on his train. Just a little error, but in some houses could get you hurt! JK. Thank you. BTT I read some where that there are 55+ ways to play MT dominoes.
We don' t play a whole train at a time. 1 tile per round unless it's a double you have to cover. Also if you play a double and can't cover it then you have to draw 1st to see if you can get the cover then your train goes up & the next guy has to cover it before he/she can play his train, they draw if they don't have it their train goes up and so forth until that double gets covered. ps we also have a "house" rule that any double you're left with is worth 50 pts.
The "teacher" made a mistake on his first play -his second tile is not playable – played a 12-4 and matched up the 4 with a 12.
It should be called how to run over a dam Mexican with a train
when do you use the toy trains?
Hey Smiley, couple questions:
1. If a player's initial move is not possible due to missing the engine denomination, do they continue to draw from the yard until they find one or can other players play on his or her train as a normal "open" train thus opening up for them?
2. If so, is this player, who just got the donated opening tile, able to throw everything he/she has in their hand once someone has played their opening tile as their 1st official play; or is this "multi tile-play" lost for not having an opening tile?
3. Also, what happens when the boneyard runs dry, does everyone just compare who has the less pips and wins or what? The instructions I got aren't too clear on these points.
Thanks for taking the time to make this video, btw!
The narrator doesn't seem to realise that he cannot lay his train, as his first tile is 12 and 4 – the second starts with a 12 (not a 4!).
Definitely made a mistake on the first play – he can't put the four next to a twelve and then play off of it. No Bueno!!
starting with 12/4 then laying a 12/3 next to the 4? that’s an illegal alien train move
This video is OM, not great if you've read the rules. Which i would advise anyone to do first so you have a basic understanding. Also the video talk about the rule and describes one exception to the rule when there are in fact two exceptions to the doubles rule. The missing rule is when a double is played AND there are no more dominoes of that value (i.e. all thirteen have now been played) That train is closed and doesn't have to be played on.An example is …player A plays a double three and ALL the other twelve dominoes in the set carrying a 'three value' ( 3/12, 3/11, 3/10…and so on) are played already then that double three is CLOSED and no-one needs play on it ( because they cant!!)
Do you know 74刀's rules?
Can barely hear you.
Can’t hear you.
Neither can he play until the doubles from player 1 has been satisfied.
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