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A game piece is the red or blue playing piece, each of which has a number. In basic play you have five game pieces.

Have a plan or a strategy! Before you begin moving your game pieces, decide where you want to move your larger game piece numbers and where you want to move your small game piece numbers.

No. Red moves first and blue always gets the last move of the game.

No. Game pieces can only move forward along the diagonal lines.

Yes! You may jump over your own or your opponent’s game pieces.

The quicker you end the game, while still sticking to your plan, the less chance your opponent has to beat you!

Yes, but only if there is an open space between them.

No. You may only move within the common playing area or your own score goals.

You can move from the front row to the back row, but you may not move backwards.

Practice your math and practice your strategy. In other words, keep playing!

You either made a mistake in your math, lowering your score, or you made a mistake in your plan and did not create the maximum score from each equation.

Your opponent continues to move until he has exhausted all legal moves and either a legal move opens for you or the game ends.

No. Jumped game pieces remain in play.

You may move them or keep them as they appear — it all depends on your strategy!

The block or trap is a strategy used to inhibit another player by surrounding his game pieces so they cannot be moved.

You may move your own piece into these icons without penalty. However, if your opponent force-jumps you into any of these icons, your game piece will be moved back to a starting position and you will lose a turn.

Level 1 – Single Digit Addition
Level 2 – Single Digit Addition, Single Digit Subtraction
Level 3 – Double Digit Addition, Single Digit Subtraction
Level 4 – Double Digit Addition, Double Digit Subtraction
Level 5 – Single Digit Multiplication, Single Digit Division
Level 6 – Triple Digit Addition and Subtraction, Double Digit Multiplication and Division, Division by Fractions
Level 7 – Reducing Fractions, Multiplication and Division by Fractions, Multiplication and Division by Decimals
Level 8 – Reducing Fractions with Three and Four Digit Numerators and Divisors, Exponent9
Level 9 – Square Roots, Negative Numbers, Negative Exponents, Multiplication and Division by Percentages

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