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20 results for CHINESECHECKERS

4 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context.
See the dictionary definition for chinese checkers.

Sun Dec 1, 201983A... It's an American name for a German gamePatrick Merrell
Tue Aug 4, 199837AYou can't enjoy this if you've lost your marblesJanet R. Bender
Thu Aug 3, 199525DJumping gameWayne Robert Williams
Mon Nov 7, 199463AChildren's gameRandall J. Hartman

16 results for CHINESECHECKERS from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Mon Aug 17, 199257ABoard game with marblesWalter CovellMaleska
Mon Aug 13, 199039ABoard gamePeter SwiftMaleska
Thu Feb 25, 198855AManchurian marble game?Gloria EvansMaleska
Tue Apr 21, 198717ACustoms agents in Beijing?William S. McIlrathMaleska
Sun Oct 10, 198293AGame using marblesAlfio MicciMaleska
Fri Aug 20, 198235AOriental cloakroom attendants?CometaMaleska
Mon May 31, 198237ABoard gamePeter SwiftMaleska
Mon Aug 10, 198149AGame played on a starMike ShenkMaleska
Sun Aug 2, 198123ASwatow supermarket workersBert RosenfieldMaleska
Sun Nov 18, 197951APeking supermarket group?William J. YskampMaleska
Sun Dec 5, 197678AWho work in Shanghai supermarkets?Maura B. JacobsonWeng
Mon Jul 26, 197610DBoard gameJay SpryWeng
Mon Sep 24, 197335ASupermarket workers in PekingUnknownWeng
Fri May 26, 197214ANanking market cashiersUnknownWeng
Thu Jan 7, 19653DFactory inspectors in Peking, for example.UnknownFarrar
Sat May 25, 196320AGame played on a board.UnknownFarrar