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LuboMI Ivanov
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Hi,
My question is: Scoring track is used only when we step on token with number on it or we use Scoring track and when move forward through five roads?
 
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lubomi wrote:
Hi,
My question is: Scoring track is used only when we step on token with number on it or we use Scoring track and when move forward through five roads?


Yes, use it for points scored during, and at the end of, the game.
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LuboMI Ivanov
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I don`t understand. When i move one step forward through one of five roads, for example from 6 to 7, i also move one step forward through scoring track with little piece of mine?
If so what will happend if i have just one piece on board and move from -4 to -3, because on scoring track there are no negative positions?
 
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Laszlo Molnar
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lubomi wrote:
I don`t understand. When i move one step forward through one of five roads, for example from 6 to 7, i also move one step forward through scoring track with little piece of mine?
If so what will happend if i have just one piece on board and move from -4 to -3, because on scoring track there are no negative positions?

No, you don't score for the numbers printed on the board during game. During game you only score for the number tiles you step onto. Only in the end of the game do you score for the numbers printed on the board (depending on your markers' position) and the stones collected.
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Jukka-Pekka Tuominen
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This is probably the simplest way to play.

If one wants to play in a more complicated way, you definitely can also count the points as you go (as there are no hidden points in the game that might intervene).
You would probably start counting points as you land on the tiles and then when your points are in positive you can do if after every turn.
Seems a little complicated for a game this simple though, but it can be done.
In some situation it might be nice to visually see who is in best position, but since you cannot really attack other players (expect maybe by taking stones they would need), it is not much help.
 
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