Seven can't be beaten!
The wooden playing pieces are spread at random onto the board with the numerous hexagonal spaces so that they show a radiant assortment of colors. In addition, one pawn is placed on any of the spaces.
This pawn moves across the playing area, either just to an adjacent space or across unoccupied spaces – in any of the six possible directions, but only in a straight line.
Each move ends on an occupied space. The player takes the playing piece lying there and puts it in front of him. It is ideal if the player can keep going and collect several pieces of that same color during that turn.
The player who collects all seven pieces of one color wins the game. If that is not possible, the player who has four or more playing pieces in at least four colors wins.
There is no predetermined starting set-up, so each game is different.
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