The game is for two to six players. If you are playing four or six players, then there are two or three teams of two respectively. Two, three or five players has each participant on his or her own.
The initial step in the Milles Borne instructions is to first select a partner (if playing in teams) and then a dealer. Remove the cards not used in the game. The dealer gives each player six cards all face down. The rest of the cards go into a draw pile. Once all the cards are dealt, everyone can look at his or her cards. The player on the dealer's left goes first. Remember that you hold six cards in your hands at all times.
On your turn, you pick a card from the draw pile and place one card on the table. As the first player, you have four options to lay down a card.
1. Roll cards start your battle pile. Your turn is finished, and the next player goes.
2. You can play a safety card and take another turn.
3. Speed limit cards can be placed on your first turn even though your opponent hasn't started a pile yet. When your opponent gets a Roll Card, he or she must stay at the limit until that person gets an End of Limit card.
4. Unfortunately, if you can't play anything, then you simply discard something, and your turn ends.
As the second player, you have the same four options above, plus the following:
1. Laying a hazard card on the first player if he or she laid down a Roll Card.
2. Placing an End of Limit card if a Speed Limit card was played.
If you are playing partners, then you play cards on the table with your partner; you don't have any piles of your own at any time. If you are playing every man for himself or herself, then everyone should have a set of piles in front of him or her.
One special maneuver is called Coup Fourre. When a hazard card is played on your battle pile, you have the option of countering the attack with the corresponding safety card immediately. This not only gives you another turn, but also 300 points, instead of 100.
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