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Sequence is a strategy game where players place chips on a board, matching cards played from their hand. The object of the game is to get five of your chips in a row on the board, before your opponent - called a sequence. (If playing with only two people, two sequences are required to win.)


The goal of the game is to create a row of five poker chips, referred to as a "sequence," on the game board. This is achieved by strategically placing the chips on board spaces that correspond to the cards played from the player's hand.


The game includes the following components:

  • Playing Board measuring 19+3⁄4 by 15+1⁄4 inches (500 mm × 390 mm)
  • Instructions
  • 135 poker chips (50 blue, 50 green, 35 red)
  • Two full standard card decks (52 cards each, totaling 104 cards; jokers may also be included).

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