Learn everything about the rules
Any number of players may join this game. One player takes the sticks in his had in such a way that his fist touches the table. By suddenly opening his hand, he drops the sticks which fall down on the table in a circle. A bad throw may be repeated.
Now the player tries to pick up the sticks one by one with his fingers, without moving another stick. He may also tap onto the head of a single stick to make it pop up. Once taken up, the miado may also be used to pick up another stick. But when a stick moves it's the next player's turn.
As soon as all sticks have been taken up or the number of rounds previously agreed upon has been reached, the player achieving the most points wins the game. The number of points depends on the rings around the sticks (see table below). If a player has succeeded in picking up all sticks without moving another one, he may throw them once again.
Mikado - 18 cm - Standard - Wood
|Mikado||Mikado - Holzbox||Mikado - Buche|
|Mikado - Bambus - Kiefer||Mikado - Bambus - Semana Holz||Mikado Bambus|
Mikado - other size and wood
|Mikado - 27 cm||Mikado - 27 cm - Holzbox||Mikado - 46 cm|
|Super-Mikado - Holzbox||Mikado - 50 cm - Bambus||Dekorations-Outdoor Mikado|