Cabdrivers in Santiago de Cuba play while waiting for fares outside of Spanish-owned resorts. Losers in Cite Soleil, Haiti are adorned with the slow pain of clothespins clipped all over their bodies by laughing victors. In New York City, their brethren play on different corners of the same uptown block. And in the parks and prisons of California, the slaps and shouts of enthusiastic play ring through the day and night. Across nationality, language, generation, gender, ethnicity, and creed, people find what they’re looking for on the dominos table. Dominos are an international phenomenon and there seem to be as many different versions of the game as there are people who play.