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Alıtev (Alitev, Mangala)





Western Asia


Board, Sow, Two rows.


Alıtev is a two-row mancala-style board game played in Turkey. It is typically played in holes dug out of the earth.


2x6 board. Three counters in each hole. Sowing occurs in an anti-clockwise direction from one of the holes in the player's row. If the final counter lands in a hole containing one or three counters, these are taken, as well as an unbroken sequence behind this containing one or three (after a counter has been placed there), these are taken. The game ends when all of the counters have been captured. The player who has captured the most counters wins.

And 1979: 52.

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