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Evidence in Bari

3 pieces of evidence found.

Id DLP.Evidence.1879
Type Ethnography
Game Ryakati
Date 1939-01-01 - 1939-12-31
Rules 4x8 board. Two counters in each hole. Sowing proceeds in an anti-0clockwise direction. The first move must begin from the second hole from the right in the player's outer row, and proceed as follows, and is played simultaneously by both players: sow the two counters from that first hole, capture the counters in the opponent's two opposite holes and sow them, starting in the rightmost hole in the outer row, capture from the opposite two holes on the opponent's side and sow them again from the same hole. When the final counter falls in an occupied hole, those counters are picked up and sowing continues. The opening move ends when the final counter falls in an empty hole. The main phase then begins. When the final counter falls into an occupied hole in the player's inner row and both of the opposite holes on the opponent's side of the board are occupied, the counters in the opposite holes are captured and sown beginning in the first hole that was sown into to begin the sowing that caused the capture. When the final counter falls into an occupied hole and a capture is not possible, the contents of the hole are picked up and sowing continues. When the final counter lands in an empty hole, the turn ends. Players cannot sow from a hole containing a single counter. The player who captures all of their opponent's counters wins.
Content Detailed account of the rules of Ryakati as played by the Bari people of South Sudanin Beaton 1939: 1339-141.
Confidence 100
Spaces Outside, Public
Source Beaton, A. "A Bari Game- Soro." Sudan Notes and Records 22(1): 133-143.

Id DLP.Evidence.1880
Type Ethnography
Game Otep
Date 1939-01-01 - 1939-12-31
Rules 4x8 board. Two counters in each hole. Sowing proceeds in an anti-0clockwise direction. The first move must begin from the second hole from the right in the player's outer row, and proceed as follows, and is played simultaneously by both players: sow the two counters from that first hole, capture the counters in the opponent's two opposite holes and sow them, starting in the rightmost hole in the outer row, capture from the opposite two holes on the opponent's side and sow them again from the same hole. When the final counter falls in an occupied hole, those counters are picked up and sowing continues. The opening move ends when the final counter falls in an empty hole. The main phase then begins. When the final counter falls into an occupied hole in the player's inner row and both of the opposite holes on the opponent's side of the board are occupied, the counters in the opposite holes are captured and sown beginning in the first hole that was sown into to begin the sowing that caused the capture. When the final counter falls into an occupied hole and a capture is not possible, the contents of the hole are picked up and sowing continues. When the final counter lands in an empty hole, the turn ends. Players may sow in a clockwise direction if the first sowing of the turn ends in one of the two leftmost or rightmost holes in either row, and only if a capture can be made in that turn. Players cannot sow from a hole containing a single counter. The player who captures all of their opponent's counters wins.
Content "For Otep the board is set out in the same way as for Ryakati and the opening gambit is the same. The only difference is that holes 1,2,15 and 16 aand holes 7, 8, 9, and 10 are privileged in that each player may move into them in a clockwise direction with the opening portion of his move, but only if this enables him to make a capture." Beaton 1939: 141.
Confidence 100
Spaces Outside, Public
Source Beaton, A. "A Bari Game- Soro." Sudan Notes and Records 22(1): 133-143.

Id DLP.Evidence.1881
Type Ethnography
Game Lobudök
Date 1939-01-01 - 1939-12-31
Rules 4x8 board. The counters begin in the following arrangement, starting from a player's left most hole in the outer row and proceeding anticlockwise: 0,0,1,0,0,1,6,0,8,0,1,0,0,1,6,8. To start, players may not sow into or sow from the leftmost and rightmost holes in both of their rows. When it is no longer possible for the player to make a legal move using only these twelve holes, they may then play using all of the holes. The opponent must continue using only twelve holes until they also cannot make a legal move with them. Sowing proceeds in an anti-clockwise direction. When the final counter falls into an occupied hole in the player's inner row and both of the opposite holes on the opponent's side of the board are occupied, the counters in the opposite holes are captured and sown beginning in the first hole that was sown into to begin the sowing that caused the capture. When the final counter falls into an occupied hole and a capture is not possible, the contents of the hole are picked up and sowing continues. When the final counter lands in an empty hole, the turn ends. Players cannot sow from a hole containing a single counter. The player who captures all of their opponent's counters wins.
Content "The board for Lobudök is the same as that for Ryakati, but the layout is different. The game starts directly from the following position. The rules are the same as for Ryakati without the opening gambit and play is confined to holes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and holes 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 on both sides of the board. s soon as one player's cows are so reduced that he can no longer move within his limit, he plays from either hole 9 or hole 16 using his full half of the board and can only of course capture from the holes his opponent is using. His opponent continues to play on the restricted part of his half of the board and may win without having to use his reserves. If however he too is unable to move, he in his turn will call his reserves into play and the game proceeds on the full board." Beaton 1939: 141-142.
Confidence 100
Spaces Outside, Public
Source Beaton, A. "A Bari Game- Soro." Sudan Notes and Records 22(1): 133-143.

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