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Yute is played by two teams of any equal number of players. It is usually played on the floor but there are small games that may be played on tables. Players alternate between the two teams in throwing the Yute Si Sticks.
Number of Moves
The Yute sticks are rounded on one side and flat on the other.
1. To -One flat side up -Move one spot.
2. Ka Kai -Two flat sides up -Move two spots.
3. Kul -Three flat sides up -Move three spots.
4. Yute -Four flats up -Move four spots.
5. Mo -All rounded side up -Move five.
Mo and Yute also give second turns
a- The side which first gets four men around the course wins the game.
b- If you move to a spot where you already have one man, you may thereafter move two together.
c- If you move to a spot occupied by a man from the opposing team, he is off the board and you get another turn.
* If this happens to be the one with the special mark, it becomes BACK-To, and the player moves back one spot (A lucky break if one or two enemies are located on that spot)
The regular course goes around the square beginning at a corner and returning to that corner (12341)
If, however, a move lands on a spot where a turn to the left will shorten the route, the player may take the shorter route on his next move.
Thus if a move lands at 2, the move may be toward 4, eliminating the trip to 3. There would be no turn at 5, unless the move landed on 5.
Hence the possible detours are:
1231 1241 and (if lucky) 1251
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