Someone Please Clarify The Go Once and For All!
Ok, I read up on the rules for go and it didn't address this, so I read into the comment, they kind of addressed it but with a really bad example including a three pair and what not. I'm going to try and be as clear as possible with what I'm asking here, I'll use a scenario.
Fred has these four cards in his hand: 8, 8, 2, A
Janice has these four cards in her hand: K, 6, 8, 7
Fred: plays an 8. "eight"
Janice: plays a king. "eighteen"
Fred: plays a 8. "twenty six"
***Now here is my confusion. Does Fred first peg one and then play one of his cards, say the 2, and then wait for Janice to say Go again, and then peg another one, and then lay this last card the Ace down and peg one for a third time (as the last card).
After Janice says the initial Go, does Fred peg one for that Go, and then lay down both his remaining cards consecutively and just peg one more for last card? (two points in total, instead of the 3 he got in the above possible outcome)
I hope thats clear to understand what I'm asking. I've been playing the first scenario where everytime the opponent says Go, I peg one, lay one, wait for them to say Go again, then peg a second time, then lay my last card down and peg and third time for the last card.