| Played in: |
|Stores are sown into|
|Holes captured between games|
|6, 7, 8, 9, 10 holes per row|
Dakon, a mancala game played on Java, Indonesia, is similar to congkak, but has no simultaneous opening. It can be played on boards ranging from six to 10 holes per row. The game has been solved by human players and is a first player's win in the first move.
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- Rohrbough, L. (Ed.).
- (1995) Count and Capture, Delaware: Cooperative Recreation Service.