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If there are no spaces where you can legally play, you must pass.  Your opponent is now free to play in any empty space.
 
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 with the same color.  A line of four counts as two overlapping lines of three, so scores two points.
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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.
 
The game ends when a player cannot play because they have no more pieces.
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Custom board:
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-Official rules: game gaps between squares of the board block Straights and Diagonals
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-Unofficial alternative rules: Straights and diagonals permit placement across gaps in the board

Latest revision as of 21:11, 24 January 2021

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 when 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.


Custom board:

-Official rules: game gaps between squares of the board block Straights and Diagonals

-Unofficial alternative rules: Straights and diagonals permit placement across gaps in the board