Number of Teams
Number of Stations
Round #
Number of Steps
Maximum Inducted WIP
R3 & R4 S1 Capacity Constraint

Rules for each round:

            Variation   Variation
            in          in
            capacity    capacity
            at S3       at other stations
Round 1:    1-6         1-6
Round 2:    1-6         2-12
Round 3:    1-6         2-12       Capacity of S1 matches number
                                   produced at S3 of previous round
Round 4:    4-6         2-12       Capacity of S1 matches number
                                   produced at S3 of previous round
                                   WIP at S3 is 9 instead of 4
Round 5:    Same as round 4 but S1 cannot induct more than the "Maximum
            Inducted WIP".  Also S1 will help S3 once S1 WIP is
            exhausted (the capacity at S3 doubles---goes to 8-12).
Round 6:    Same as round 5

Definition of terms:

A sequential work station in a process.
Sequence of work stations. Each station's output (units produced) is the input to the next station. The output (units produced) is added to the WIP of the next station.
How much a station can produce in a given step.
Work in progress: how many units a station has available to work on.
How many units the station actually produces in a given step.
If capacity > WIP then
    produced = WIP
    produced = capacity
Variation is represented by dice. A variation of 1-6 means one 6-sided die is used to determine capacity. A variation of 2-12 means two 6-sided dice are used to determine capacity.
Maximum Inducted WIP
The "Maximum Inducted WIP" only effects rounds 5 and 6. It limits the amount of WIP S1 can induct into the system.
S1, S2, ...
S1 refers to Station 1, S2 refers to Station 2, etc.
T1, T2, ...
T1 refers to Team 1, T2 refers to Team 2, etc.
R1, R2, ...
R1 refers to Round 1, R2 refers to Round 2, etc. W1 refers to the WIP for Round 1. P1 refers to the amount produced for Round 1.
( # of steps station is active) / ( # of steps)
(total produced) / (total capacity)