#11 – Section Zenn 1
The game begins like ZENN and is played with one small chip, but the 12 sections which divide the board play a part in this game (See THE PLAYING BOARD image). The chip will land in various sections after unsuccessful scoring attempts. Each section has a corresponding point value. A basket scored from a given section receives the point value of that section. A “Zenn” scored from a given section receives twice the point value of that section. Thus, a “Zenn” scored from between the Zenn blocks would be worth 6 points since it would have been shot from a 3 point section. If a chip lies in more than one section (Fig. 9) only 1 point is given for a basket and 3 points for a “Zenn”. Games are up to 100 points with players alternating shots. Remember, chips shot off the board are placed in the center circle (Fig. 2).
#12 – Section Zenn 2
The game is played like SECTION ZENN 1, but if the chip lies in two or more sections a player receives the sum of the point values of the sections for a basket and twice the sum for a “Zenn”. Thus, a “Zenn” from the center of the board would be worth 40 points since the chip would be located on 8 sections worth a total of 20 points (Fig. 10). Games are up to 200.points.
#13 – Section Zenn 3
The game begins like ZENN, and it is played with one small chip. The chip will end up in various sections after unsuccessful scoring attempts. The first player to score a basket from each of the 12 sections wins the game. If a player scores a “Zenn” (from anywhere on the board), he may count it as having been scored from any section of his choice. If a basket is scored by a chip lying in more than one section, the player may choose from those sections the one for which he wishes the basket to count.
#14 – Section Zenn 4
The game is played like SECTION ZENN 3 with the exception that if a chip is in two or more sections, the player must shoot for a “Zenn”. The chip must lie entirely in one section for a basket to count for that section, but as in SECTION ZENN 3, any “Zenn” scored may count as a basket from any section of the player’s choice.
Note: In all SECTION ZENN games players alternate shots, and after a player has scored the chip is placed between the blocks of his opponent. The opponent then shoots.