Halma 10x10 is just like Halma (which in turn is similar to Chinese Checkers, but with the following differences:
  • It is played on a larger (10 by 10) square board, as opposed to the traditional 8 by 8 Halma board.
  • You don't have to be out of your yard until move 50. If you ever have any pieces in your own yard after move 50, you lose the game.  (You must be out of your own yard by move 30 in regular Halma.)

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