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Play Chess/African Mancala Mancala

Play Chess/African Mancala Mancala

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The African chess game Mancala is one of the few oldest chess games in the world and can even be found within the stone carvings of the Egyptian pyramids. The purpose of the game is very simple, that is, to find ways to win more chess pieces. However, due to the special gameplay, players need to think carefully and constantly decompose and combine the chess pieces to win more game pieces. This game can effectively enhance children's understanding of numbers, train children's logical thinking, calculation, and strategic abilities, and cultivate children's interest in mathematics.
Number of players: 2.
The purpose of the game: to return more chess pieces to your home.
Gameplay:
1. Place 6 chess pieces in each chess hole. The 6 circular chess holes close to you belong to you, and the ones on the opposite side belong to your opponent. The oval chess hole on the right is your own home, and the one on the left is your opponent's home.
2. In the game, it is forbidden to count the chess pieces in the chess hole with your hands, and you are not allowed to pick up the chess pieces and put them back. You must follow the principle of touching the chess pieces and moving them.
3. When playing chess, take out all the chess pieces in any circular chess hole of your own, start from the next chess hole in a counterclockwise direction, and place a chess piece in each chess hole (including the opponent's circular chess hole). .
4. Put a chess piece when passing by your own house; do not put it when passing by the opponent's house.
5. If the last chess piece happens to be placed in your home, you can make another move.
6. If the last chess piece is placed in an empty chess hole of your own, you can take away the chess pieces in this hole and all the chess pieces in the hole opposite it (including one of your own chess pieces), and these chess pieces can be returned to your home.
7. If one of the players has moved all the chess pieces, all the remaining chess pieces of the opponent can be taken back to their home. game over. Both sides count the number of chess pieces obtained. The one with more chess pieces wins the game.

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