A player can change his previous move if all dice rolls are not completed. When able to, the players will enter their tokens one per time on their respective starting squares, and proceed to race them clockwise around the board along the game track the path of squares not part of any player's home column. At the centre of the board is a large finishing square , often composed of coloured triangles atop the players' home columns thus depicting "arrows" pointing to the finish. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ludo. Pachisi was discovered in India in the 6th century. When a 6 is rolled, the player may choose to advance a token already in play, or may enter another staged token to its starting square. The first to bring all their tokens to the finish wins the game. The rolls of a single die   control the swiftness of the tokens, and entry to the finishing square requires a precise roll from the player.
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