Cross-Kalah is a variant of Kalah that was invented by Dan Troyka in 2001. The first player has no longer a large advantage as in standard Kalah and the endgames are more complicated.

All the rules are identical to Kalah except for the following additional rule: the contents of a pit with an odd number of seeds are distributed clockwise, while those with an even number continue to be sown anti-clockwise. When sowing in the clockwise direction the opponent's kalah is skipped and the player's kalah is not skipped as usual.

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