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43rd World Domino Championship underway in Andalusia

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ANDALUSIA, AL (WSFA) -

The 43rd annual World Championship Domino Tournament will be held in Andalusia Friday and Saturday, bringing contestants from around the world and a chance to win $15,000. 

Since 1976, the City of Andalusia has hosted the tournament and now offers single and double tournament divisions for all ages, a seafood dinner, and the Fantastic Domino Sweepstakes.

Tournament info and online registration for the tournament can be found online on the Tournament’s website and in-person registration will begin at 6:30 a.m. Friday morning. Singles tournaments will take place on Friday and doubles will be held on Saturday, both beginning at 8 a.m. 

According to Andalusia Mayor Earl Johnson, people come from all over the country to play in the tournament and have a part in the family-friendly fun.

Registration fees range between $20 and $30 per person depending on the division, and tickets for the Fantastic Domino Sweepstakes can be purchased for $100 and include an all-you-can-eat seafood buffet.

All competition will take place at the Kiwanis Fair Complex.

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