The board has 9 numbered levers. Player one rolls the dice, then turns over the number
lever(s) on the board according to the number showing on the dice. For example, if the
player rolls a six and a three the player may turn over the following alternatives: 9, 8 and
1, 7 and 2, 6 and 3 and 5 and 4. Player one’s turn is over when all of the numbers are
turned over or he cannot make a play. The remaining numbers are added together for
scoring purposes. Return levers to original position; it is now player two’s turn. Low score
wins. You may also win by turning over all nine numbers. Gameboards are constructed of
quality, plantation wood and finished with a non-toxic coating.