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Ceme

Introduction

This tutorial will explain the gameplay of Domino Dealer or in southeast Asia is called CEME because you can be a player or a dealer. This game almost the same as Domino QQ. The different is Domino QQ use 4 Domino’s card, but in Ceme the gameplay just uses 2 Domino’s card.

Get familiar with Domino Cards

There is a total of 28 domino cards on each round of the game, the easiest way to remember all the cards is to group them to 7 series of card type as described below :

0 (zero) dots series, 7 cards total and each card have empty dot part on the upper or lower side:
1 (one) dot series, 6 cards total and each card have one big dot part on the upper or lower side:
2 (two) dots series, 5 cards total and each card has two dots part on the upper or lower side:
3 (three) dots series, 4 cards total and each card have three dots part on the upper or lower side:
4 (four) dots series, 3 cards total and each card has four dots part on the upper or lower side:
5 (five) dots series, 2 cards total, each card has five dots part on the upper or lower side:
6 (six) dots series, Only 1 card has six dots part on the upper and lower side:
Distribution of Cards

Ceme game is played by 2 to 8 players (black chair) and one player will take the role as the dealer (Red Chair). If no one takes the dealer role, then the game will not start until someone does.

Peeping your Card

Once the player is given two cards, then the player is given a chance to peep cards they get. After the peeps time over, players must show the cards at the table.

Show Down

After all the player and dealer card shown on the table, the calculation will be done between the dealer’s card and the player’s card. higher values card will win the game.

Don’t know who win on this table ? see the explanation below

How to Calculate Ceme Card Winner(s)

To know the counting in this game is just count the total dots on each card on the left and sum it with the total dots on the right side.

Remember that the highest value is 9, if the result is more than 10, 20 or 30 than the number will be taken is from the last digit of the result, here is the sample how to count the cards :

0 + 4 = 4
Result = 4
8 + 2 = 10
Result = 0
6 + 6 = 12
Result = 2
10 + 11 = 21
Result = 1
Determining the winner(s) In Ceme the winner is determined by the highest value, See the example below for a detailed explanation, in this example player will be marked in blue square and dealer in red square :
Player(s) Win
If the player card number is greater than the dealer, then the dealer will pay the amount of player bets.
Dealer Win
When the dealer card number is greater than the player, then the dealer will take the money of bets place by player.
Tie – Dealer Win
The dealer will always win if the dealer gets the same value as the player.
Q Card – Player Win
A player who has 9 Card, the dealer has to pay double amount of player’s bet.
Q Card – Dealer Win
A dealer who has 9 cards, dealer take all player bets even player has the highest number.
3 – Special Cards for Jackpot
Special cards in Ceme only apply for the Jackpot.
Since the special card has to be 4 cards in order to win the jackpot, the winning combination will be the dealer’s cards and the player cards.
If you are the dealer and you want to get the jackpot, you have to buy the jackpot for each player on the table(including yourself).
Giving you more chances to win more than one Jackpot.If you are a player you just need to buy the Jackpot for yourself.
Note: if the merging cards between player and dealer match one of these special cards below, then the jackpot will be given to the player or dealer who bought the jackpot on that round.
Ceme Hands

SixGod (6666)

Only 4 out of all 28 domino cards has the amount of six dots in it.

Twin Series

Upper and lower side has the same amount of dot(s) including empty dot.

Pure Big

Third Place in special cards, If you have total dots between 39 and 43 then you have a Pure Big Card,
no other player will have the same big cards.

Pure Small

Fourth place in special cards, If you have total dots between 6 to 9 then your card is a Pure Small Card,
no other player will have the same small cards like this.