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Invented in Germany in 1892 as a simplified version of the American board game Halma, then re-christened with its more recognizable name of Chinese Checkers by The Pressman Toy Company in 1928,
The first player to get all of their marbles to the opposite point of the star is the winner. Players take turns by moving one marble to an adjacent open space or by jumping over other marbles that are next to your marble.
11 1/2" diameter natural wooden board has 60 wood marbles in six bright colors. Game board has 121 expertly drilled holes for depth and smoothness. The holes will fit the marbles snug enough to hold them in place but loose enough to manipulate them with ease.
This classic board game is for 2, 4 or 6 players.