Hulma, or Chinese checkers – is one of the most famous traditional abstract games. The main feature of the Philos Chinese Checkers board game is a field in the form of a six-pointed star, as well as the fact that there can be two, three or even six players. At the beginning of the game, participants place their chips on the rays of a star (this zone is also called the courtyard or house), and then try first to transfer them to the opposite house. In his turn, the player can move one of his chips in two different ways: either simply move it to the next empty cell, or jump over the adjacent chip (including the opponent’s chip). Game time: from 10 minutes. The composition of the game: the playing field, 15 game pieces of each of the six colors (white, black, yellow, blue, green, red), the rules of the game in Russian.