Realized: Alexander the Great shield, board of the Knight,Shaman's tambourine. The objective of Chapay Chi is to reveal the most skilled, careful and successful player. The winner is the player who managed to flick all opponent's draughts off the game board while saving at least one home draught on the playfield. The purpose of the game is to explore and understand the universe and concepts such as lightness and darkess, motion and rest, inhalation and expiration. CHAPAY CHI is a method of meditation, psycho-training, instruction, testing and leisure. HISTORY OF CHAPAY CHI 26 millennium B.C. CENTRAL ASIA According to the myths of the people living in territories of the contemporary Mongolia, Siberia and Far East, The great wise man, Shaman Cha obtained this game from the sun and moon and commanded it to his descendants as the method of the familiarizing of oecumenical accordion. 10 thousand years ago. NORTH AMERICA LAKE HURON The Indian tribes of Huron and Delaver were in fatal battle against one another. The daughter of the leader, Wise Pay, saw that many glorious warriors will perish in the battle. So she proposed to solve the situation with the aid of the celestial game. In the course of time the game was transformed into the hockey and curling. 10 - 12 centuries A.D. THE NEAR EAST Knights and crusaders, noted their love for comfort and the convenience, transferred CHAPAY CHI to the chessboards, and obtained in combat with the Saracens Christian church in 12 centuries perceived in this game heretical motives. Those playing this game in holy Europe in quested and burned on the bonfire as the accomplices of assassins. 1917.REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA CHAPAY CHI got the second generation because of legendary red division commander Vasiliy Chapaev. Controlling the chess duel between the captured officers, he pronounced: "they get victory not by intellect, but by aspiration". And by one flick of finger he knocked out several figures from the board.
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP
Date added 14 Feb 2005
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011