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It is of great advantage to get rid of one's dominoes quickly, for the first one to do so adds to his score all the pips in his adversaries' hands.
Five, or a multiple of five, alone is counted. For instance, if the opponents' pips added together make seven, he adds five to his score; but if eight, he adds ten.
The player of Sniff adds ten to his score, but if Sniff is double-six it counts twenty.
In the diagram double-two is "Sniff," and counts the player:
At 10. B, plays No. 2 and counts 5 (2 plus 3 equals 5). Player C, No. 3, does not score (3 plus 6 equals 9), but the players of No. 4, Dy and No. 5, A, count 10 and 15 respectively. The score would therefore read thus:
Score of A and C               Score op B and D
10                                                             5
IS                                                 ^
25                                                  *5
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