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Three Player Zenn

Call the three players A, B, and C. A and B first play C in a game of Zenn (Game 1), i.e., A shoots, C shoots, B shoots, C shoots, A shoots, C shoots, B shoots, C shoots etc. Assume A and B defeat player C by a score of 10 to 6. A and B would receive 10 points while C would receive 6 points. A and C then would play player B. After that game B and C play player A. The first round is then over. Each player totals the points that have been scored in the three games (2 games with a partner and one alone). The player with the most points after 3 rounds is the winner.

NOTE: Many of the other Zenn games in this booklet can also be adapted to three players – similar to that described above.