Starting out playing the popular game Domino Qiu Qiu can be difficult. Especially because the game looks so easy when you first begin to play. Then you realize there are so many nuances involved in playing a good game of Domino Qiu Qiu, no wonder beginners like you often lose.


Follow these beginner tips for Domino Qiu Qiu, however, and you should increase your ability to win.


Take your time — There is no rush when playing Domino Qiu Qiu. The longer you spend looking at your hand and, most importantly, what are the chances of what could happen next, the more chance you have of winning. Stay calm, relax and think through the possible consequences before you play each turn.


Minimize distractions — Beginners who play Domino Qiu Qiu online often make the mistake of playing with too many distractions around them. Domino Qiu Qiu is a game that requires a lot of concentration if you are going to win. That is why you should turn of the TV or the music, not answer the phone while you are playing, and find a quiet room where you can play alone. Distractions will help you make mistakes, and mistakes will help you lose.


Play the free tables — Most online hosts of Domino Qiu Qiu have free tables that allow you to sharpen your skills. The mistake many beginners make when just starting out playing Domino Qiu Qiu online is to avoid them. Play several hours on the free tables before joining a paying game, however, and you will quickly see your skills improving.


Watch your opponents carefully — Learn how to read faces so you have a good chance of figuring out the type of hand your opponents may have. Look for facial tics, the slight raising of eyebrows, or a quick intake of breath. These types of facial movements may indicate a good hand or a bad. Once you have trained yourself to notice them, then watch what comes next when your opponent actually plays.


Counting dominoes — You can actually learn to count dominoes in Domino Qiu Qiu. If you do, this will give you a high chance of figuring out the domino that could be coming up next for you or your opponents, and then making decisions accordingly.


Do not stay at one table — Whether you are winning or losing, do not stay long at one table. Moving to different tables will allow you to play against different players, thus sharpening your skills more and strengthening them against all types of player.