In Russia they call it Kalah, in Nigeria it's called Oko, in Malaysia it's called Congkak, but most of the world knows it as Mancala: the strategy board game that many believe to be the oldest game in the world. If you've never played it before, Mancala will take you just minutes to learn, but it will take a lifetime to master as you need to exercise good judgement, patience and lateral thinking with every move.
The board is made up of six pits per player.
The number of starting stones is placed in each of these pits equally.
Each player has a store to the left or right of the board. This is where the stones are deposited and can't be removed.
The game begins with one player picking up all of the pieces in any one of the holes on their side.
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- Yi Min Shen
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