It is not complicated to play Pai Gow. Nor is it difficult to understand Chinese dominoes; any player can quickly become familiar. At the beginning of each game, the tiles must be shuffled and organized in eight stacks, face down. Each stack will have four tiles and, in addition, each player must have a stack of tiles.
When each player has his stack of chips, he must form two hands of two chips. The one that has less value will be the front hand and the one that has low value will be the back hand.
In this way, the bets are started because the player's back hand will try to exceed that of the dealer, and the same with the front hand. That way, it will be determined who is the winner of the bet. It is also possible that one of the hands may beat the dealer's but the other cannot. In this case, the player does not win the bet, but does recover the money he invested in the bet. It is important to know that the maximum score is usually nine, although there are different ways to count the digits of the Chinese dominoes.