The game board consists of a dice rolling area and a set of numbered tiles, 1 - 9. In the most common version of this English pub game, each turn consists of the player rolling the dice and then turning over tiles that equal the dice roll. For example, if you roll an 8, you might turn over tiles 3 and 5 (or 1, 2 and 5), if they are not already turned over. If there is no combination of standing tiles that can be flipped to equal the dice roll, then the player's turn is over. Their score is the sum of the remaining tile values. The winner is the player with the lowest score on that turn. Can be played as early as 4, but has strategic insight and value for adults, too.