I've never really believed in luck. Well, I do know that to win in Dominos or Bunko, you need to have lucky draws/rolls. Skill has nothing to do with winning becuase you can be the best mathmatican or strategist, but if you don't draw the right dominios or roll the right numbers on the dice, then you're just...SOL.
I figure if you're going to play dominos at least add something to cause chaos. One way is if you play a double, then you have to satisfy it and if you can't, then you have to draw. If you still can't play, then you have to put a penny up on your lead domino and the next person must satisfy the double.
Gotta love it.
Yet when we play dominos with my in-laws, only hubby and myself love adding chaos to the game. Why? Because winning shouldn't be about luck. You should earn it.
Think some more.
And if I can't win, then I figure "what can I do to hinder the other players so my hubby can win."
No matter what people say, I'm really not competitive. I merely want people to earn the prize. Guess that's the fairness in me.
But if the family were playing a game of strategy, then my hubby would win all the time because he's a brilliant strategist...or is that stratetician? Either way, that's him.
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