In YINSH, the players each start with five rings on the board. Every time a ring is moved, it leaves a marker behind. Markers are white on one side and black on the other. When markers are jumped over by a ring they must be flipped, so their color is constantly changing. The players must try to form a row of five markers with their own color face up. If a player succeeds in doing so, he removes one of his rings as an indication that he has formed such a row. The first player to remove three of his rings wins the game. In other words, each row you make brings you closer to victory-but also makes you weaker, because you have one fewer ring to play with. Very tricky!
Cyberboard Yinsh v1.2 with Scenario.
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YINSH spanish rules free translation. Flavor text and redundant rules have been erased in order to fit in the 2 faces of a DIN-A4.
Reglamento de YINSH en castellano. He eliminado paja para que todo quepa en las 2 caras de un DIN-A4.