Understanding the rules
The game has two players and the board has triangles on each side of the player’s home board. Each of the players has 15 checkers that they can move across points on the board, within the triangles. The goal for each player is to get rid of all the checkers before the opponent. Players roll the dice each turn and move their checkers.
When a player rolls the dice and needs to move onto the other player’s checker, that checker is “hit” and moved to the central bard. Bearing off is done by putting checkers on some of the last six points and when the checkers are placed, he or she would have to roll the number that matches the number of checkers.