If the player’s piece lands on a square marked with a snake’s head, the piece must be moved all the way down the snake’s body to the square at its tall.
The game is over when one of the player’s pieces lands exactly on the tooth square, or the “home” space. If a player’s throw is higher than the number needed to land on the home square, then he is penalized and his piece must be moved forward to the tooth square and then back the number of moves remaining in the throw.
For example, if a player’s piece is on the 98th square, then a z throw is required to win the game. But if the player rolls a 3, the piece must be moved forward two squares to the tooth square and then back one square to the 99th square.