You make a move by taking all stones from one of the fields on your side of the board, and distribute them counterclockwise over
your own fields, starting at the field next to the one from which you took the stones (this is called sowing).
If the last stone in your hand lands on your inner row:
If the last stone in your hand lands on your outer row, it depends on how many stones were on that field when you dropped your last stone:
- You take the stones of both opposing fields of your enemy, and continue your move (this is called eating).
- If there are no stones on both opposing fields, your move is over.
He who gains all the stones on the board, wins.
- If that field contained stones, you take all stones (including the just landed one) from the field and continue your move.
- If that field was empty, your move is over.