With **/join** 2 to 4 players can join the game. The game begins with **/start**. Alternatively, you can use the game management.

The aim is to get through by laying out playing cards you should place as many sums of 10, 11 or 12 as possible, because only these bring points. Whoever has the most points at the end of the game wins. The same number of rounds are played with two, three or four players.

- From card placed in red
- Cards to choose from
- Points display

All 50 cards are shuffled. 25 cards are required for the first round of the game. The starting player receives four cards in his hand, the other players three.

- In each turn, the active player places one card. Exception: In the first turn, the starting player places 2 cards.
- All cards must be connected to cards already on display. Exception: Starting card
- Rows with a total of 13 or more are not allowed.
- Rows with a total of 9 or less are allowed (but do not give points).
- After the placement, a card is drawn.

< span>It can happen that a player only has cards in his hand with which he would have to form rows of more than twelve points. In this case, he shows his cards to the other players and receives three new cards in his hand. This process may need to be repeated until he can play a card.

The following rules apply to scoring:

- Each player scores the tiles he has just placed on his hand.
- The entries must be made line by line from top to bottom without any gaps.
- For placing a row of 10 on the game board you score 1 point, for a row of 11 you score 3 and for a row of 12, 5 points.
- The points scored are entered on the sheet in the corresponding column.
- Rows with a total of less than 10 may be placed, but do not count Points.
- If a player scores several points in one turn with the same total (e.g. two 12s), he enters all the points (e.g. two 5 points = 10 points) in the top free box in column 12 (4)).
- For lines on the score sheet in which the 10, 11 and 12 columns are filled, the player receives the bonus points pre-printed on the sheet. If an entry is missing, there is no bonus.

By playing ahead, a player can try to achieve a triple score with a card. For every triple score in a game, the player receives a super bonus of six points. Super bonuses received are entered from bottom to top in the last free rows of the scoring sheet in the total column.

There are two different triple scorings. If a player scores a row of 10, a row of 11 and a row of 12 by placing a card, he receives an additional six super bonus points. If a player reaches three rows of 12 by placing a card, he also gets six super bonus points.

The first round of the game is over when all 25 cards have been laid out. The cards set aside are used for the second round of the game. For a 3rd and 4th game round with 3 or 4 players, the 50 cards are shuffled again and distributed as described. Each player adds up his points on his sheet. The winner is the player with the highest total number of points.