Your objective is to capture more marbles than your opponent. There are six pits on the top and bottom of the board. The pits on the top belong to player 1 and the pits on the bottom belong to the computer (or player 2). The big pits on both sides of the board are called stored. The one on the left belongs to player one and the one on the right belongs to the computer/player two.
At the start of the game, you must choose how many marbles are placed in each of the 12 smaller pits: 3, 4, 5, or 6. The game begins when player one selects a pit on the top of the board. All of the marbles in that pit are redistributed, one-by-one, counter-clockwise in each subsequent pit until the marbles run out. When the marbles are redistributed, if they make it to your store, a marble will be aded there, too. However, if they make it to your opponent's store, no marble will be added
If the last marble distributed in your turn lands in an empty pit on your side, that marble and any marbles in the pit directly opposite go directly to your store.
The game ends when someone runs out of marbles in the pits on their side. All the other player's remaining marbles to move to his store. The winner is the player with the most marbles in their store.