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Mak Yep DLP Game   

Period Modern

Region Southeastern Asia

Category Reconstruction, Pending, Board, War


Mak Yep is a game that was played in nineteenth century Thailand. The rules are incompletely documented, but a player wins by removing five pieces from the board without the other player being able to hop over one of the player's pieces.


Board with sixteen squares. Seven pieces per player. One player must remove five counters so that at no point can the other player capture one of the pieces by hopping over it.



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Murray 1951: 71.

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Low, J. 1839. 'On Siamese Literature.' Asiatic Researches 20(2): 338-392.

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



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