Artur Szpot
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Hello, southern neighbors!

While on vacation with my family in Czech Republic this year, we came across a bundle of mismatched playing pieces, cards and other gaming paraphernalia in the house we stayed in. While most of the stuff was easy to attach names to, I found one item that appeared quite interesting an yet had no clue towards unearthing its identity.

I'd guess it requires four players, is fully symmetrical and allows the pawns to move from bases in a fashion similar to that of a chess rook... that would explain the walls somewhat. But I'm shooting blind. It's probably some silly, childish game, but I'm intrigued enough to seek help from those of greater knowledge.

I originally posted the question in the general boards, and was advised to come and ask here - so here I am.

Here's the board in question:

 
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Definately saw it (or at least have that notion) somewhere "back in the day", but don´t remember title (or maybe even never known it). But you can try www.zatrolene-hry.cz ; there are lots of czech gamers and english should not be a problem.
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