How to Play Bones?

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Playing bones(dominoes) is fun and very easy. You can play dominoes with up to 4 players and at least two. This game involves counting in increments of 5. For more information look here: www.learnplaywin.net › Dominoes; www.domino-games.com
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In order to play the dice game Bones you will need six dice some paper and a pencil. To begin the game have each player roll the dice to determine who goes first.
Bones is a dice game, which is extremely similar to Yahtzee. You need at least 2 players, but you can add as many people as you want. The games goes to 10,000 points.
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