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Took out red links
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The use of the 10x10 board probably started either in the Netherlands or in France. In the former, accounts of an intermediate step have been found, where a game was played on a 10x10 board but with only 3 rows of pieces (fifteen men in total) per side. But you know, that would be going too far into it.
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moved to proper namespace
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