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Chinese Checkers Game Mustard

Antiqued and distressed game boards are predecessors of the modern day variety. Mustard finish Chinese Checkers board has 121 carved holes or indentations arranged to form a six-pointed star. Hang board on display after the game for playful wall art. Includes game pieces and rules. USA. 17" square. See below for instructions and video.Each player starts with a set of ten marbles in one point of the star and, taking turns, tries to move them all into the opposite point directly across the board. You can move a marble in any direction, either into an adjacent empty hole or by jumping a line of your own or other players' marbles to reach an empty hole.You can make continuous multiple jumps that go forward, sideways, or until you reach a spot where there are no more marbles to jump over. A move or jump is only to change position. You do not remove marbles that are jumped. Also, you are not allowed to keep marbles in your point simply to block your opponent from getting there. The first player to move all his or her marbles across the board wins the game.

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Sturbridge Yankee Workshop
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Chinese Checkers Game Burgundy

Antiqued and distressed game boards are predecessors of the modern day variety. Burgundy finish Chinese Checkers has 121 carved holes or indentations arranged to form a six-pointed star. Hang board on display after the game for playful wall art. Includes game pieces and rules. USA. 17" square. See below for instructions and video.Each player starts with a set of ten marbles in one point of the star and, taking turns, tries to move them all into the opposite point directly across the board. You can move a marble in any direction, either into an adjacent empty hole or by jumping a line of your own or other players' marbles to reach an empty hole.You can make continuous multiple jumps that go forward, sideways, or until you reach a spot where there are no more marbles to jump over. A move or jump is only to change position. You do not remove marbles that are jumped. Also, you are not allowed to keep marbles in your point simply to block your opponent from getting there. The first player to move all his or her marbles across the board wins the game.

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Sturbridge Yankee Workshop
$89.95 See It
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