Queah is a game from the Queah Tribe of Liberia. A game of diagonals and strategic placement, the opposing sides are traditionally called “men” and “women.” The trick is that when a peg is captured by a traditional short jump, another peg can be entered onto the board in the following turn. Eventually, a player’s stock of reserve pegs will be depleted, and one player will succeed in capturing all opposing pegs.

This game can be played by 2 players ages 8 and up. One game of Queah takes about 20 Minutes to play.

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