| Each person must throw an 8 or a 4 to put all 4
counters on the board. |

| When an 8 or a 4 is thrown, the player has another go,
but if a player manages to do this four times in a row,
the fourth time does not count. |

| The counters are moved one at a time counter-clockwise
around the edge of the square. When a counter reaches
the square adjacent to its' starting position, it moves
to the inside square. |

| When the counter has moved around the inner square it
enters square 'E' opposite the square it started from
(as per example on board). |

| The first person to get all counters home is the
winner. |

| Only one piece can occupy any square, except in the
coloured squares where any number can wait. |

| If a player moves to a square occupied by an
opponent's piece, the player claims the opponent's
counters by moving into the square. A counter can be
reclaimed by throwing an 8 or a 4 and starting out again
on its' journey from base. |

| A player cannot enter the home square unless an
opponent's piece has been claimed at least once. |

| Pieces cannot be claimed on the PEACE squares (the
coloured squares) |

| A player may wish to join up 2 counters for the
duration of the game, but only 1 pair per player is
allowed. The pair can only move to the scores of 2, 4,
and 8. If claimed by an opponent, they can only be
reclaimed by throwing an 8. |