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US1564746A
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Dec.. 8, 1925. 1,564,746

I File-d Dec 11. 1924 I v'"v"liitenI:e^d Dec'. 8.,v 192.5.

UNITED ASTA1131s wam- Application Med Ilecember 11, 1924. 'i Seriali;

To all whom 'it may concern:

Be it known that I, WALTER GREEN BAnf NARD, a citizen of the United States, reslding at Seattle, in the county of King and State of Washington, have invented certain' new and 'useful Improvements in Games;

and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description ofthe.

invention, such aswill enable .othersvskilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same, reference'being had'to the accompanying drawings, and tol characters of reference marked thereon,-` Whichform a part of this specification( This invention relates, generally,wto amusement devicesg' and, the present invention has reference, more particularly, to a novel game of a simple construction which affords amusement to the players, but is also instructive and requires sk ill on the part of the players in making blocking moves of the playing pieces, so as to blockv or obstruct the playing movements of an op onent.

he resentinvention has for its principal ob]ect the production of a novel and simple construction of game-board provided with rows of differently colored and consecutively numbered squares,. with which are to be employed corres ondingly colored playing discs or chips, an a certain number of numbered cards, discs, cubes, or the like,

the numbers thereon corresponding only to the numbers of some .of the squares upon the game-board. 4 Y

With the game-board, as here shown, there are live rows of five squares each, although the number of such rows and squares, and the colors of said squares, may be changed, which squares are numbered and colored R indicating red, W indicating white and B indicating blue, as follows.;-v

- 1o W-9 R-s w-7 R-c W 11B-.12 w-ls n n w-15 Bv 2o w-19 R-is W- 17 1i-16 W 21 R-ee W-ea B -24 w-25 YR enen, Tozeur: 'n

uponl the whiteand yblue squares of the game-board, areemployed. The primary'object of the gameis to play four discs upon a row, leither horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. c With the herein-above stated objectsy and purposes in view, the present .invention consists in the novel game-board and the player-pieces therefor, moreA fully set forth and described in the following s ecificat'ioii. The invention is'illustrate inthe accom.- panying drawings, 'in which:- y ,t Figure 1 is a view of'a game-board showing one embodiment of the principles of the invention; Figure 2 are' views of a pair of the differently colored .player-discs; and Figure 3 is a view of onev of the previously mentioned numbered cards forming part of the invention.

' Referring now to the said gures of the drawings, the reference-character a indicates ,a main body, in the form of a board, or the white, and those designated by d being blue- The centrally disposed square, designated 'by the reference-character e is of a red color upon 'which is placed a circular center in white, bearing the numeral 13, as shown. The other squares b, c and d are also respectively provided with numerals from 1 to 12 inclusive, and also from 14 to 25 inclusive, so

that the several numerals, with the said numeral 13, in the several rows, will read in i sequence, alternately from left to right, and

:from rightv to left, as will be evident from an inspection of said Figure 1 of the drawvmgs. The "red playing discs vare indicated by the reference-character f, and the blue Vdiscs are' indicated by the reference-charv acter g, twelve of such red discs and twelve of the blue discs being employed with Athe game board. l Sixteen numbered cards, discs, cubes, or the like, indicated by the reference-character h, are also employed, the respective cards, discs, cubes, or the like, bearing numerals corresponding to the numerals found upon the white squares c and upon the blue squares d, namely the numerals 12,3, 4, 10, 8, 6, 11, 12, 14, 15, 20, 18,16, 22, 23, and 24.

Of course it will be evident, that the number of rows of squares upon said body a, as well as the number of squares in each row, and the colors and numerals upon said squares, as well as the colors of the laying discs f and g may be changed, if esired, without departing from the principles o f the present invention, as will be clearly evident.

In la in the game, usually by two players, ailfd ghih game I have called Quadro, each player receives twelve discs, one the red discs f, and the other the blue discs g.

At the outsetof each game, each player draws a card or number h from the deck. The winner of the preceding game draws first. When botli have drawn, they announce the numbers drawn. The cards are then placed at the bottom of the deck, which is not used `again during the game.

The pla er drawing the smaller number plays first liy placing a disk on the square of the board corresponding with the number drawn. His opponent then plays on the number he drew. Thereafter they play alternately, each player in his turn being free to play upon any square not already p ayed upon, except the center square e or thirteen.

Neither player ma play on the center s uare (thirteen) until there are three disks of the same color in one of the rows in which it occurs. But when either layer has played three times on either one o the four rows ofy which it is the middle square, then either player may play on it.

When a player succeeds in laying four discs upon a row, he calls Qua ro and wins the game. He then scores the number of disks he has played on the board minus four, or the winner takes all discs on the board at time Quadro is called. For example, if red wins with seven red disks on the board, he scores three points. The play may be for fifteen, twenty-five, fifty, or any number of points agreed u on.

Quadro may e played just for fun by those who make no study of their play, and .they will find no game affording more pleasure and entertainment. It is unexcelled as a game for children. y While for those who would become proficient, no game offers greater possibilities.

If a player finds that the game is easy to win, or that he or she can frequently win in a few plays, this is due to the fact that the player has discovered certain methods of play, while the opponent has not yet learned the counter, plays by which the other player should be checked. lVith practice, one will soon become familiar with the various methods of counter play, so that a game of great interest and pleasure will result.

When a player in playing on one square, secures an advantageous position on two or more rows, this strategyis ,called keying.

A square on which a player canso play is called a key square. f

f'lhe strategy of the game consists largely o a) Attempting to key.

b) Attempting to prevent the opponent from keying.

(c) When the opponent has keyed--to compel him or her to play away from the rows in which he or she has keyed until the first player has played in each of these rows.

An open row is one in which only one player has played-in which there are only disks of one color. The term usually refers to a row of five squares in which there are two disks (two red or two blue), or to a white diagonal (of four squares) in which there are .three disks of one color,

A mixed row is a row in which there are disks of both colors. The term usually refers to a row in which there are three rows. White diagonals are the four white diagonal rows of four squares.

The horizontal rows are numbered from the top row downward, the vertical rows from left to right: thus, the row 1-5 is the first horizontal row, the row l-2l is the first vertical roW, and we have the first, second, third, fourt-li, and fifth horizontal, and likewise, the first, second, third, fourth, and fifth vertical rows. The row 1-25 is the first red diagonal; 5-21 the second red diagonal. The four white diagonals are numbered as follows: 10-24, first white diagonal; 2-16, second white diagonal; 4-20, third white diagonal; 6-22, fourth white diagonal.

It is a general rule that when one player I Therefore, players will attempt to so place their disks that playing one more disk will give them two on two open rows of five cure three in the other open row and to win the game on his nextpla I To illustrate: Place re disks on 2 and 20.

Note that by playing on either `1 or 19, red will have two 011V eachv of two rows. Clear the board and place red disks on 4 and 21. Note thatl by playing a third dlsk on either 5, 7, or 24, red will have two disks.

on each of two rows.` If he plays on 5 he will then have two on the first horizontal and also on the second red diagonal; if on 7, he will have two on the fourth vertical and on the second red diagonal; if 011124,

he will have two on thefourth vertical'and on the fifth horizontal.

If red has three disks on a white diagonal, it is necessary for blue to play on that diagonal on his next turn, otherwise, red

will play on the remaining square and win though red also has two on the second horizontal. Red now on and wins.

In the plays given above for the purpose of illustrating what has been said in the preceding paragraphs, the conditions on the board have not been similar to those that will occur in play when both players have disks scattered over the board.

It is not, as a rule, advantageous or good play for a player to pla on a mixed'row consisting of two disks o one color and one of the other, as this compels his opponent to play on the remaining square in that row, the'result being two of one color andthree plays on 9, blue on 7 red of the other, neither pla er gainin'gan ad-y vantage. Moreover, if t is method of play is persisted in, it may result in no score.

There are many exceptions to this rule, but one should not play into la mixed row as discussed above unless he has a definite reason for so doing.

Playing on a mixed row is the stratagem that one will Inost frequent-ly employ when the opponent has succeeeded in keying. In this way one may compel the opponent to play on other squares than those on which he had planned'to play when he keyed, the first player may succeed in playing on each of the rows involved in opponents key play, and may thus win the game.v

0f course it will be understood, that many galnesmay 4be played, illustrating various plays and counter plays of which the invention is capable, but illustrations of such games are not here reproduced, as they are deemed unnecessary vat this time to a full understanding of the resent invention. I am also aware, that t e gamejmay be played by four'players, as partners, if desired, or by three play ers, the dies f and g bein equally divide among the players, and where three play, one player receiving twelve discs of one eolor,'the 'other two` players dividing the discs of the other color equally between them so that the first player will play against the other two players as partners.

The game is played substantially in the same manner, with but slight variations, from that vherein-above described, when played by but two persons.-

l. 'A game combining with'a game-board divided into rows of squares, or the like, of different colors, playing discs also of different colors adapted to be played upon said squares, and cards provided with designations to determine the first play of each player upon said squares.

2. A game combining with a game-board divided into rows of squares, or the like, of different colors, each square bearing a numeral, playing discs also of different colors adapted to be played upon said squares, and-cards provided with numbers corresponding to the numbers upon said y squares to determine the first play of each player upon said squares.

3. A game combining with a game-board divided into rows of squares, or the like, of different colors, some of said rows having squares. of three diierent colors, as

red, white and blue, and other rows hav.

ing squares vof two different colors, as White and red, playing discs also different colors, as redand blue, adapted to be played upon 4said squares, and cards provided with designations to determine 'the first play of each playervupon said squares.

4. A game combining with a gaine-boardl divided into rows of squares, or the like, of different colors, some of said rows having squares of three different colors, as red, white and blue, and other rows having squares of two different colors, as white and `red, each square bearing. a numeral,

reda'nd blue, adapted to be played upon said squares, and cards provided with numbers corresponding to the numbers upon said squares. Y

` 5. A game-board divided .into rows of squares of different colors, some of said rows having squares of three different colors, as red, white and blue, and other rows having squares of two different colors, as white and red, and eachsquare bearing a number.

-playing discs also of different colors, as-

6. A game-board divided into rows of squares of different colors, some of said rows having squares of three different colors, as red, white and blile, and other rows having squares of two dlfferent colors,

as white and red, each square bearing a number, andthe centrally disposed square being further provided with a center in white, said white center also bearing a number.

In testimon that I claim the invention set fort above I have ,hereunto set my hand this 8th day of November, 1924.

WALTER GREEN QBARNARD.

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