"Sequence" includes blue,
green and red chips, 104 playing cards (two standard decks)
and a game board that depicts the cards. Each corner of the
board shows a free space that can be used by any player
without placing a chip on it.
The object of the game is
to create horizontal, vertical or diagonal rows of five
chips, called sequences, on the board. In games with two
players or two teams, two sequences are required to win,
while only one sequence is needed in games with three
players or three teams. In games requiring two sequences,
only one chip that is included in the first sequence can
also be used to form the second sequence.
Jacks don't appear on the
game board, but these cards provide special benefits. Each
two-eyed jack is a wild card that allows the player to place
a chip on any empty space on the board. A one-eyed jack
allows the player to remove an opponent's chip from the
board--unless it's in a completed sequence.