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Les Pendus

Period(s)

Modern

Region(s)

Southern Europe, Western Europe

Description

Les Pendus is a game of alignment from France. It comes in a three-in-a-row variant and a five-in-a-row variant. It is unknown how old these games are in France, but the boards on which they are played have been common since the Roman (three-in-a-row) or medieval (five-in-a-row) period.

Rules

3x3 board with diagonals. Three pieces per player. Players take turns placing their pieces. Once all pieces have been placed, they may move a piece to any unoccupied spot. The first player to align their three pieces in a row along one of lines on the board is the winner.

Kraitchik 1948: 290-291.

These rules were taken from the Les Pendus ruleset.

All Rulesets

Described rulesets
Les Pendus Rules for Les Pendus.
Five in a Row Played on an Alquerque board, five pieces per player, must make five in a row.

Reference

Murray 1951: 39.

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Sources

Kraitchik, M. 1948. Mathematical Recreations. New York: W.W> Norton & Co.

Murray, H.J.R. 1951. A History of Board-Games Other Than Chess. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Identifiers

DLP.Game.163

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