A player covers his eyes with his hands and turns his back to the rest of the participants, standing at a remote point. This player has to recite aloud: ‘One, two, three, to the English hideout, without moving hands or feet.’
As he speaks, everyone else advances to get his back touched, which is the end of the game. The most complicated thing is that they must do it very cautiously because, after saying the phrase, the player will turn immediately and whoever he takes in movement will order to the starting position.
Ultimately, it is necessary to combine the skills of advancing and ‘making the statue’ to proclaim yourself the winner. This ritual is repeated over and over again and, whoever wins, becomes the ‘hunter’. This game is ideal to develop: concentration, self-control, agility.