In Cuba, playing games is serious business and the game of dominoes is no exception!
A favorite past-time for all ages, impromptu domino games are held out in the open air, in parks, in back-yards and best of all, smack dab in the middle of a the day on the edge of a busy street.
The players, from my informal survey, are usually men of the retired age. The setting is an assortment of make-shift stools around old wooden tables. There’s not much talking as the strategy unfolds with each move and even the onlookers are relatively quiet in their observation and restrained in their opinions.
Traditionally, a Sino-European domino set consists of 28 dominoes aka known as bones, cards, tiles, tickets, stones, or spinners. A domino set is a generic game, similar to a deck of playing cards or a set of…
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