Bausack Bandu Rules

Bausack Bandu Rules
Bausack Bandu Rules

Introduction

These are rules for use with a Bandu or Bausack set of pieces. These rules, which are a variant of the Bandu rules, are more to the point. You get to play the pieces you want, and you get to make the game hard for the person you want.

Object

Players build towers from pieces of dissimilarly shaped wood. Towers eventually become unstable and, when one more piece is added, collapse. The player with the remaining tower, after all others have collapsed, wins.

Setup

Place pieces at the center of table.
Players roll dice to determine order, reroll to break ties.
Each player starts with:
Foundation piece. Players, in dice order, select a piece from center of table to serve as the foundation. A player’s foundation piece is placed in front of the player, far enough away from other players’ foundation piece to keep from disrupting their towers.
Five beans.
Play begins with highest roll.
Game Play

Player selects piece from center of table.
Player does one of two things with the piece:
With one hand, add piece onto his foundation or onto another piece that was added earlier with his foundation piece at the bottom. Added pieces must not touch the table.
Give the piece to an opponent.
Game play continues to the player to the left of player who selected piece from center of table.
When a piece is given to a player, that player immediately must do one of two things:

With one hand, add piece onto his foundation or onto another piece that was added earlier with his foundation piece at the bottom. Added pieces must not touch the table.
Pay a bean from his pile of beans, and remove the bean from the game. Then give the piece to the player to his left. However, if the player has no beans, he must add the piece.

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