Children are divided into two groups, leaving a certain distance between them. Each player is a player against his opponent. In the middle of these two groups, a child stands in mendille. From the very beginning with the sign of Hakemin, the children in the first group take their handkerchiefs and try to escape without having their rivaling their own groups. If you miss the handkerchief before it gets caught in the opponent, the opponent passes to the winning team. If the handkerchief player is caught by the opponent, in this case the catcher is the winner. The player caught takes part in the ranks of the opposing team. All players are counted as players in the place where the teams are located once they have competed. The team with the most number of players (since they have won their own team with the winning opponent) is considered to have won the contest