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The game is played by two players who try to cover the greatest part of the playing field with his/her colour by the time when no further move is permitted. During the game, the players take turns. One player inserts black and the other one white tokens to the square field so that at least one rival´s token is placed horizontally or vertically to the position of the new token and other tokens of the same colour. The token between the rival´s tokens will turn around and change the colour to the colour of the rival´s tokens. The players try to change as many rival´s tokens as possible and thus win.
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