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victor ywt
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I read the english rules as follow , but I cannot get something.
http://www.dogspiel.info/regeln/rules_e.pdf

How to play with 6 players?
 
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Mik Svellov
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You need a board for 6 players - or the 2-player expansion for the 4-player board.
 
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In 3 vs 3 games, if I finish by placing all my pawns in the goal area, can I choose during my next turn which partner's pawn I want to move?

E.g., player order is: A1 (me) B1 A2 B2 A3 B3
I am A1 and finish by putting all my pawns in the home area. During my next turn I can move a pawn of either A2 or A3 with one of my cards, right?

What happens with "7"? Can I split 7 points between pawns of different team partners?
E.g., if I've finished and I have a 7, can I move a A2's pawn by 4 and a A3's pawn by 3?

I use Schmidt's rules as my reference. If anyone has played the BSW's 6-player implementation, it would be interesting to know how BSW implements this scenario.
 
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Werner Bär
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Picon wrote:
In 3 vs 3 games, if I finish by placing all my pawns in the goal area, can I choose during my next turn which partner's pawn I want to move?

According to the Schmidt rules, 6 player Dog is 2 vs 2 vs 2.

Jeweils zwei Personen die sich gegenüber sitzen spielen zusammen und bilden ein Team.
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Werbaer wrote:
Picon wrote:
In 3 vs 3 games, if I finish by placing all my pawns in the goal area, can I choose during my next turn which partner's pawn I want to move?

According to the Schmidt rules, 6 player Dog is 2 vs 2 vs 2.

Jeweils zwei Personen die sich gegenüber sitzen spielen zusammen und bilden ein Team.


Oh, thank you. I read somewhere here that a 6-player game can run either as a 2v2v2 or 3v3, but I guess the 3v3 is "unofficial".
 
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Picon wrote:
In 3 vs 3 games, if I finish by placing all my pawns in the goal area, can I choose during my next turn which partner's pawn I want to move?

That's the way we play it. You cannot split up your turn though, ie. you can't split a 7, but you can Jack your two partners.
 
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