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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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18 Round Chickenfoot Game at Hoover Library Tabletop Game Day!

Hoover Library is having their once a year big Tabletop Game Day; so this would be the perfect opportunity for the Birmingham Chickenfoot Dominions Group to take advantage of the day and have an ultimate round of 18, and to sweeten the pot this game will be played for not only 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes but for 4th, and 5th as well! First and foremost people; We NEED to be on time for this! I know the event pretty much last most of the day, but as most of you know one round can last pretty long considering how great you all are at Chickenfoot of which I thank you for; for that reason if we can all meet up as early as we/you can to game the faster we can go through the rounds and finish the game. The game starts in the morning so no doubt most of you will want to grab breakfast; like the usual game nights at Hoover Library there will be "food" and drinks provided, but I will recommend you grab your own seeing as the Library doesn't mind you bringing in food. Lastly; as I mentioned before with the 18 round game can be pretty lengthy, and thanks to the patience effort of you all I have been studying, calculating, and dialing in the right combination of dominoe-to-player ratio as well as layout to have a more efficient game. For the 18 Rounds the more the merrier is key; so I hope as many of you can make it as possible, and please bring any friends and/or family along as well that you think would have a good time playing as well! Save the date ladies and gentlemen; if you're a member PLEASE RSVP, and hope to see you all there!

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