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Caturvimsatikosthakatmiki Krida DLP Game   

Period Modern

Region Southern Asia

Category Board, War, Leaping, Orthogonal

Description

Caturvimsatikosthakatmiki Krida is a capturing game played during the nineteenth century in India. It is documented in the Kridakausalya by Harikrsna.

Rules

3x8 board. The second space from the left and from the right in the center row are marked with an X. Eight pieces per player, which begin in the row closest to the player. Players alternate turns moving a piece to an empty adjacent space in an orthogonal direction. On the first move of a piece, that piece may move two spaces in one direction. A player may capture an opponent's piece in the central row by hopping over it to an empty space on the opposite side of it. The player who reduces their opponent to fewer than four pieces wins.

Bock-Raming 1995: 122-123.

Origin

India

Ludeme Description

Caturvimsatikosthakatmiki Krida.lud

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Reference

Bock-Raming 1995: 122-123.

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Sources

Bock-Raming, A. 1995. "The Literary Sources of Indian Chess and Related Board Games." In A. de Voogt (ed.), New Approaches to Board Games Research: Asian Origins and Future Perspectives. Leiden: International Institute for Asian Studies.

Identifiers

DLP.Games.1302


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