In Chung Toi each player gets three octagonal tokens. The tokens have arrows pointing in four directions. First, the players alternate placing their tokens on the board, orienting them so that the arrows are either pointing horizontally or diagonally. After the initial placement, turns are spent moving one piece. A piece may move zero to two spaces in any direction indicated by the arrows, including jumps. Additionally, the piece may also rotate when moving. The first one to get their three tokens in a row wins. You lose if there's no available moves (the opponent has trapped you).