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If you enjoy UNO, you will love Chickenfoot. Chickenfoot, sometimes called "Chickie Dominos” is the cousin of Mexican Train, the object of the game is to play all your tiles and have the lowest score at the end of the game. Chickenfoot is played in rounds, one round for each double sided domino in the set. 

Chickenfoot was inspired by Betty and Louis Howsley and is unlike traditional dominoes. Players start the game in a cross formation and afterwards, whenever a double sided domino is played, three dominoes matching that double is played resulting in a pattern that looks like a chicken's foot which is where the game gets its name.

So if I've sparked your interest so far; please take a few minutes to look through the photo section to get more of a general idea of the game, and I hope you will join me for a great round of Chickenfoot!

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