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- The first player starts the game by placing a piece from their hand onto a square on the outer edge of the board.
- Players then take it in turns to place pieces in unoccupied spaces.
- Each piece dictates where your opponent must play next:
- Straights: same row or column
- Diagonals: in a diagonal line
- Pusher: not adjacent
- Puller: adjacent
- If there are no spaces where you can legally play, you must pass.
- Your opponent is now free to play in any empty space.
- Score a point for each line of three pieces of your colour.
- A line of four counts as two overlapping lines of three, so scores two points.
- The game ends when a player cannot play because they have no more pieces.
- Game gaps between squares of the board block Straights and Diagonals.
Unofficial alternative rules
- Straights and diagonals permit placement across gaps in the board.