## Sequence

The game board is 10 by 10 with the rows showing the playing cards face-up. There are no Jacks on the board because they are Wild Cards. The game is a cross between rummy, canasta, and poker.

There are 3 different color poker chips so there can be 2 or 3 teams.

1. Each player is dealt 5 cards.

2. On their turn they place a chip on the board corresponding to a card in their hand. They lay the card down and immediately take another card from the pile..

3. If a player does not take a new card he then plays with fewer cards.

4. A sequence is five chips in a row.

5. Jacks either remove a chip from the board or can be used to place a chip on an open card. The four corner squares are free.

6. The number of teams determines the number of sequences needed to win the game.

There are 3 different color poker chips so there can be 2 or 3 teams.

1. Each player is dealt 5 cards.

2. On their turn they place a chip on the board corresponding to a card in their hand. They lay the card down and immediately take another card from the pile..

3. If a player does not take a new card he then plays with fewer cards.

4. A sequence is five chips in a row.

5. Jacks either remove a chip from the board or can be used to place a chip on an open card. The four corner squares are free.

6. The number of teams determines the number of sequences needed to win the game.

## Blokus

21 Blokus Shapes

The game is played on a 20 by 20 board for a total of 400 squares.

The 84 game pieces come in 4 colors - blue, yellow, red, and green. The 21 shapes are based on the number of squares making the piece. There is 1 square, 1 domino, 2 trinomials, 5 tetrominoes, and 12 pentominoes.

Rules of play are as follows:

1. The order of play is blue first followed by yellow, red, and then green.

2. For each player their first move is in one of the four corners.

3. The new pieces are placed on the board so that it touches at least one piece of the same color. The pieces of the same color can only touch corner to corner. Pieces of different colors can touch edge to edge.

4. If a player cannot place their piece they pass and play continues as usual.

5. The game is over when no pieces can be played.

6. The score is based on the number of squares in each unplayed piece. A player loses 1 point for each square, e.g. a trinomial is worth -3 points.

7. If a player uses all of their pieces they get a bonus of +20 points if it was the single square and +15 for any of the other pieces.

8. Highest score is the winner.

The 84 game pieces come in 4 colors - blue, yellow, red, and green. The 21 shapes are based on the number of squares making the piece. There is 1 square, 1 domino, 2 trinomials, 5 tetrominoes, and 12 pentominoes.

Rules of play are as follows:

1. The order of play is blue first followed by yellow, red, and then green.

2. For each player their first move is in one of the four corners.

3. The new pieces are placed on the board so that it touches at least one piece of the same color. The pieces of the same color can only touch corner to corner. Pieces of different colors can touch edge to edge.

4. If a player cannot place their piece they pass and play continues as usual.

5. The game is over when no pieces can be played.

6. The score is based on the number of squares in each unplayed piece. A player loses 1 point for each square, e.g. a trinomial is worth -3 points.

7. If a player uses all of their pieces they get a bonus of +20 points if it was the single square and +15 for any of the other pieces.

8. Highest score is the winner.