Traditional games: Traditional Easter games, Traditional board games, Chess, Go, Alquerque, Nine Men's Morris, Shogi, Xiangqi, Gomoku

 
9781158158294: Traditional games: Traditional Easter games, Traditional board games, Chess, Go, Alquerque, Nine Men's Morris, Shogi, Xiangqi, Gomoku
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 142. Chapters: Traditional Easter games, Traditional board games, Chess, Go, Alquerque, Nine Men's Morris, Shogi, Xiangqi, Gomoku, Backgammon, Mancala, Shatranj, Fanorona, Five Field Kono, Senet, Tables, Mak-yek, List of mancala games, Ko shogi, Traditional games in the Philippines, Tafl games, Computer shogi, Heian shogi, Traditional games of Andhra Pradesh, Go variants, Janggi, Daldøs, Makruk, Yut, Pasang, Jegichagi, Chaturanga, Pachisi, Jungle, Chadarangam, Egg dance, Chopat, Chaturaji, Fox games, Rimau-rimau, Dablot Prejjesne, Kharbaga, Egg tapping, Pallanguzhi, Komikan, Ô ăn quan, Sittuyin, Tâb, Pah Tum, Dash-guti, Ali Guli Mane, Kolowis Awithlaknannai, Traditional Easter games and customs, Lau kata kati, Luzhanqi, Zamma, Bagh-Chal, Bagh bandi, Sher-bakar, Egg tossing, Wali, Egara-guti, Buga-shadara, Gol-skuish, Felli, Pretwa, Indian chess, Meurimueng-rimueng-do, Bear games, List of traditional children's games, Square chess, Fetaix, Demala diviyan keliya, Picaria, Egg hunt, Peralikatuma, Aadu puli attam, Chowka bhara, Tiger game played with forty, Ashte kashte, Adugo, Four Field Kono, Tant Fant, Alea evangelii, Mehen, Kaooa, Ming Mang, Choko, Tapatan, Shisima, Tsoro Yematatu, High Jump, Yoté, Pulijudam, Tumbang preso, Mu Torere, List of Vietnamese traditional games, Surakarta, Chaupar, Razzle, Nine Holes, Butterfly, Pong Hau K'i, Permainan-Tabal, Egg-jarping, Tenshi no Solitaire, Sáhkku, Makonn. Excerpt: Kō shōgi (廣将棋 or 廣象棋 'wide (elephant) chess') is a large-board variant of shogi, or Japanese chess. The game dates back to the turn of the 18th century and is based on xiangqi and go as well as shogi. Credit for its invention has been given to Confucian scholar Ogyū Sorai. Unlike standard shogi, pieces may not be dropped back into play after being captured. Promotion rules are complex, and the fates of several pieces are in...

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