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Afghan Games

Chess ETC
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ashley barnes

on 28 April 2010

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Afghan Games!! Chess Absolute Panjpar The best game in the world Subliminal Message!!! MUHAHA Asteroids FindIt Snake Tetris Neopets Version of Snake: Meerca Chase A game like poker. Spot the differences A game where you find the differences between two pictures. & note to Plewis, I caught you... You totally plagerized this assignment from:
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Next time... MLA citate. Games Afghan
Children Play EVIDENCE =) The games that children tend to play in Afghan help to develope the mind and some help to create hand-eye co-ordination Why? Origins of CHESS 3000 BC - First known "CHess" game Which was at that time called 'Shah', and started off in China. 570 Ad - The next known appearance of Chess is that India developed it and it was spread through trading through Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. In 1497 the oldest known book written about chess called Repetición de Amores y Arte de Ajedrez con ci Iuegos de Partido was published. It was an analysis of different ways to open a chess game. 1497 AD - 600 AD - 700 AD - A game played in India called "Chaturanga" THe game of Chess was introduced to Afghanistan and Spain 1000 AD - Chess had spread across Europe by 1000 AD and was widely popular. Modern Day Learning from Plewis' non-existant example... MLA CITATIONS!!!! McLeod, John. "Card games in Afghanistan." Card Games. John McLeod,
10/09/2008. Web. 27 Apr 2010.
<http://www.pagat.com/national/afghanistan.html>. Google. Google, n.d. Web. 27 Apr 2010.
<http://www.google.ca/search?q=Origins+of+Chesshl=ensafe=activesa=Ntbo=ptbs=tl:1,tl_num:100ei=
SpbXS5a5N4SBlAfo9e24BAoi=timeline_navigation_barct=timeline-navbarcd=3ved=0CKIBEMsBKAQ>. Qazi, A. "Games." Afghan Online. Afghan Online, n.d. Web. 27 Apr 2010.
<http://www.afghan-web.com/games/>. PANJPAR Panjpar is similar to a Russian game called Prostoy Durak. The point of Panjpar is to be the first person with no cards. You can place down a single card or a card with a pair. The game starts with every player having a 5 card hand. It can be played with 2 to 4 players and there are no teams so it is person against person. Thank you
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