The game is played with one small chip. One player places the chip anywhere in his own 4 point section. He then attempts to either “Zenn” or shoot the chip entirely into his opponent’s 4 point section. If a player shoots the chip into his opponent’s basket (without “Zenning”) the opponent receives 2 points. The opponent receives 1 point if he fails to shoot the chip entirely into his opponent’s 4 point zone. If a player scores a “Zenn” he receives four points. Thus, the only ways of scoring are as follows: a) “Zenning” – 4 points; b) Failing to shoot the chip entirely into the 4 point zone – opponent receives 1 point; c) Shooting of chip into the basket without “Zenning” – opponent receives 2 points.
Note: Players alternate shots; after any basket the chip is placed in the 4 point zone of the player scored upon. If the chip does not go into a basket or off the board it is shot from where it lies. The game is played up to 21 points but a player must win by 2 points.