Each player's turn is split into 2 phases:
During the Chopping phase, the player must attempt to chop their tree with a roll of 3 or higher. The game immediately ends when any player chops all 7 of their Tree cards; that player wins!
During the LumberJerk phase the player draws and plays a card. There are 4 types of LumberJerk cards: Chop Again, Grow, Wildlife, and Jerk. Each of these cards have the potential to make chopping easier for the player or let them interfere with the other player's chop attempts.
This take-that style, lumberjack-themed card game can be played in just 15 to 30 minutes. It's fun for the whole family, assuming your family includes 1 to 5 players ages 8 and up. (Now includes a new solo mode!)