In round one you are trying to make your best two
tile hand for six different hands. In round two, each hand has three tiles,
and there are six hands. Round three is four hands
of four tiles each, and round four is three hands of five tiles each. If you can’t make the best hand for a round (i.e. four-of-a-kind
in round three) you can still score a lower hand (two-of-a-kind or three-of-a-kind).
“Two Pair” and “Full House” hands are also allowed.”
And just in case you think you have the game figured
out, there are two random elements to the game. The first is the "Wild"
or "Monty" tile, which will always match whatever tile you have the most
of. The other is the "Zap" tile, which cancels out all of the tiles that
you have so far. You can discard "Zap" tiles as long as you draw them
before you discard your tiles. Have fun, and good luck!