|Neutreeko is a two-player abstract board game invented by Jan Kristian Haugland in 2001.
Neutreeko is played on a 5x5 board.
There are two players: Black and White.
The initial position of the checkers is the shown in the following picture:
The goal of Neutreeko is to place three of your own checkers in a row, orthogonally or diagonally. The row must be connected.
Players move alternately one checker per turn, starting with the player controlling the black checkers.
A checker slides orthogonally or diagonally until stopped by an occupied cell or the edge of the board.
The game is declared a draw if the same position occurs three times.