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Mtaji nalohiuta nalihiuta hashiba Nami nikaziokota hafa hajaza kibaba Baole likatakata msi namu ya akiba Ndipo nambapo "shurba" oani bao naligwa!
When I played a game of Bao, board of wood well-decorated A strong defense I did allow in the center saturated; Now seeds were sown into a row which in few turns devastated I said 'Shurba' when I played it, look at the Bao game I've won!
When I played this one mtaji , I played it satisfactor'ly Until the seeds picked up by me filled up the cup entirely It swept the board then clear and free, no seeds in store were left to be I said 'Shurba' accordingly, look at the Bao game I've won!
Take your cue from a game of Bawo where sides at the edge of doom are best conceded as losses and easy withdrawal leads to stunning victories.
Springs hot and cold, dry up; flowers bloom and fade and trees at times shed their leaves and their barks neither recall the bloom nor visit springs that once gushed waters - memories are sweetest unruffled by daylight and forced ceremonies stink worst than rudeness.
This meticulous insouciance these decoys made in heaven follow a standard design with familiar specifications. Take you cue from a game of Bawo; neither recall the bloom of flowers nor the showers of spring.
All the fishers of octopus Their meeting place is the rock, All the players of Bao Their meeting place is the board. The Bao board consists of four rows , each one with eight holes.
The holes are rounded except the fourth from the right in the central rows, which is square in shape and called nyumba "house".
A nyumba ceases temporarily to be a functional nyumba , when it has less than six seeds , and ultimately, when its contents have been captured or moved in a lap.
In the rules given below, a nyumba is always meant to be a " functional nyumba". The ultimate holes at either end of the inner rows are called kichwa "head" and both, the ultimate and the penultimate holes are known as kimbi according to P.
The position at the start of the game is shown in the diagram. In addition, each player has 22 seeds in reserve. There is an initial phase with special rules, called namu , in which seeds are introduced into play, and the main stage called mtaji , which starts after the move that put the last seed on the board.
Bao la Kiswahili is a game with multilap sowing. Each player only sows around his own two rows. Moves can be with or without capturing.
Non-capturing moves are also known as takata. A prerequisite for making a capture is to have at least two occupied holes facing each other in the players' front rows.
Any such position results in a capture during the namu stage, but in the mtaji stage the last seed of the first lap must fell into an occupied hole in opposition to really effect a capture.
Only the contents of the opponent's front row can be captured while those in his back row are safe.
In addition, the following general rules must be abided by all the times:. If it is not possible to make a capture, the player takes a seed from his reserve and puts it into a non-empty hole in his front row:.
After that the player picks all the seeds from this hole and sows them into consecutive holes in either direction, clockwise or anticlockwise. If the last seed is sown into a non-empty hole, but not a nyumba , its contents are taken and the sowing continues until the last seed falls in an empty hole, which also ends the turn.
After the player has put a seed into a hole, which effects a capture, he takes the contents of the opponent's inner hole opposite to it and sows them towards the center of his inner row starting in a kichwa:.
He continues in laps as in takata unless the last seed is dropped into an occupied hole of his inner row and the opponent's hole opposite is not empty either, which results in another capture:.
If the player has no reserve seeds left and cannot capture, he may choose any hole of his front row including the nyumba , which contains more than one seed, and then sows its contents in either direction:.
A capture can be effected starting from any hole in either row with at least two seeds. The captured seeds are sown in a new lap towards the center from the kichwa , which is in the direction from where he came so that the direction of sowing remains unaltered unless he captured from a kimbi of the other end of the row.
Then he starts from this side and the direction of sowing is reversed. As of today, the oldest Bao board is supposed to be one from Malawi, exposed at the British Museum , and dating back to no earlier than Due to its strong relationship with Swahili culture, and despite the lack of historical evidences, it is reasonable to assume that Bao originally spread from the Swahili coast i.
It is also notable that "Bao la kiswahili" means "swahili board game" as opposed to, for example, "Bao la kiarabu" the related "arab board game", also known as Hawalis.
As with most traditional games, the rules of Bao were only preserved by oral tradition , and as a consequence, they are subject to local variations.
The most influential transcription of the rules is due to board game scholar Alex de Voogt , who wrote it between and based on the teachings of Zanzibari Bao masters.
Bao is based on a mancala board comprising four rows of eight pits each—in Swahili, pits are termed mashimo singular: Each player owns a half of the board comprising two adjacent rows.
Some pits that play a special role in the game have specific names. The fourth rightmost pit in the "inner" row of each half board is called nyumba "house" or kuu "main" ; in most traditional boards, it is visually distinguished by a square shape.
The first and last pit of the inner row are called kichwa "head" , while the name kimbi applies to both the kichwa and the pits adjacent to them i.
Every player has 32 undifferentiated counters or "seeds" according to the standard mancala terminology that are termed kete "shells". Note that a similar equipment a 4x8 board and 64 seeds is shared by a number of other African mancalas, including Omweso Uganda and Isolo Tanzania.
The initial setup of seeds is one of the elements that distinguish different versions of the game. In Bao la kiswahili, each player initially places 6 seeds in the nyumba, and two more seeds in the two pits immediately to the right of the nyumba.
All the remaining seeds are kept "in hand". In Malawi, 8 seeds are placed in the nyumba. Thus each player has respectively 22 or 20 seeds in hand at the beginning of the game.
These seeds are introduced into the game in a first phase of play called the namua phase. In Bao la kujifunza, all seeds are placed at startup, two per pit.
Players thus have no seeds in hand, and thus there is no namua phase. In the namua phase, each player begins his or her move by introducing one of the seeds he or she has in hand into the board.
The seed must be placed in a non-empty pit in the player's inner row. A "marker" pit is a pit of the inner row that faces a non-empty opponent's pit.
If the first seed is placed in a marker pit, a capture occurs, and the player's turn will be called a mtaji turn. Otherwise, the turn will be called a takata turn.
A player must capture if he or she can do that. In a mtaji turn, other captures may occur as a consequence of sowing see below ; in a takata turn, on the other hand, captures are not allowed.
When a capture occurs, the player takes all the seed from the captured opponent's pit, and relay sows them in his or her rows. The first seed must be sown in a kichwa; if it is sown in the right kichwa, sowing will proceed counterclockwise, while if it is sown in the left kichwa, sowing will be clockwise.
For this reason, the right kichwa is also called "counterclockwise kichwa" and the left one "clockwise kichwa".
The choice of the kichwa to sow from is initially left to the player, with a few exception. If capture has occurred in any kimbi, sowing must start from the closest kichwa.
While the player is relay-sowing, if the last seed in any individual sowing is placed in a marker, a new capture occurs.
Sowing of the captured seeds will start again from a kichwa. In this case, it is never up to the player to choose which kichwa to sow from, that is: That is, if a capture occurs at the end of a clockwise sowing, the newly captured seeds will have to be sown starting from the clockwise kichwa, and vice versa.
If the turn is not a mtaji turn, relay sowing, but captures will never take place: When players are left without seeds in their hands, the namua phase is over, and a new phase of the game begins, which is called the "mtaji" phase.Deine E-Mail-Adresse wird nicht veröffentlicht. In einer Spielserie wird die Yatzy der Steine des Gewinners notiert. Altbatterien vorgenannter Art können Sie daher ausreichend frankiert an uns zurücksenden. Dadurch macht das Black jack kartenzählen noch mehr Spass. Seite 1 von 1 Zum Anfang Seite 1 von 1. Kommst du mit dem letzten Spielstein in bao bao spiel gefüllte Mulde der vorderen Reihe, so kannst du die genau gegenüberliegende Mulde des Gegners von dir aus gesehen die in der 3. Dieses Spiel haben wir im Montessori-Kindergarten von unserem Sohn 5 Jahre zum bayern juventus stream live Mal bei der Weihnachtsfeier gesehen und durch eine Erzieherin des Kindergartens erfahren, dass dieses Spiel eines der Lukas podolski aktuelle teams der Kindergartenkinder ist und dass unser Sohn am meinsten zurzeit damit spielt. Details Alle Preisangaben inkl. Kunden, die diesen Artikel gekauft haben, kauften auch. Benachrichtige mich über neue Beiträge via E-Mail. Immer zwei Reihen gehören einem der beiden Spieler — die ihm zugewandten Reihen. Bao ist ein Mancala -Spiel aus Afrika. Jeder Spieler kontrolliert die zwei ihm zugewandten Reihen 16Mulden.