Each bone is divided into two squares. The number of points in each square varies from 0 to 6. Your goal is to match bones with the same number of points; the number of points at the end of the tile must match.
To win, get rid of all the tiles in front of your opponent! The player will take turns placing a tile on both ends of the board. To place the tiles, the end of the board must match the tile you are playing. When the player can't play, he can draw a card and turn around. If someone can't move, the player can draw a card from the boneyard. Then, if it suits, he can play it, or continue painting until he can move or the hole is empty.