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Evidence for Jänes Soppi

1 pieces of evidence found.

Id DLP.Evidence.2246
Type Contemporary rule description
Game Jänes Soppi
Location 58°19'50.79"N, 22°15'22.68"E
Date 1973-01-01 - 1973-12-31
Rules 3x3 intersecting lines, with triangles extending on opposite ends of the large square and the central line extending to the apices. One player plays as the notched stick, called the hare, and the other as three sharp sticks, known as the hounds. Players alternate turns placing a piece on the board. When a player has placed all of their pieces on the board, they move one of their pieces to an empty adjacent spot along the lines. When the hounds block the hare from being able to move, the hounds win.
Content "Teisend 1 (Kärla). Jänes soppi. Paberile joobisatakse joonisel 19 näidatud kujund. Puupulga otsast lögatakse neli väikest nupukest. Kolmel nupul on otsad teravad—need on teravahambulised koerad, neljandale on loigatud sälk—see on lohkise mokaga jänes. Ühele mängijale kuuluvad koerad, teisele—jänes. Jänes ja koerad liiguvad jooni mööda joonte ristumistele. Koerte ülesandeks on jänes soppi ajada, kust ta enam välja ei pääse. Jänese ja koerte algpaigutus on suvaline." Kalamees 1973: 120-121.
Confidence 100
Ages Child
Source Kalamees, A. 1973. Eesti Rahvamänge. Tallinn: Kirjastus Eesti Raamat.

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