Hi Skizz...Yes you're on the right track. You try and get as many 9's, 10's. Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces. You also want a full house ( 3 of one and 2 of another) and a top or bottom Macks. Bottom is 9 to King..scores 25 points, top is 10 to Ace and scores 30. The person playing throws once. makes a selection, and leaving the dice he's collecting, gathers the others and throws again. He now has to declare what he is going for, gathers any non-scoring dice and throws for the last time. His score is then filled in in the relevant square on the scoreboard and the dice pass to the next player. 9's are worth 1 point, 10's =2. J=2 Q=3 K=4 A=5. Your full house is added up accordingly...3jacks on 2 Aces would score 16. At the end of the game the highest allover score is the winner, but you can also have money on each line and whoever gets the highest full house, or most Kings etc gets the cash for that line. Hope this all jogs your memory. Sorry I can't show you a board though! Oh...if after your second throw, you elect to go for a macks and do not get it, you must put a cross through your Macks box and that;s it, you cannot go for Macks again in that game. The same goes for your full house if you miss on that.