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In many [[game]]s the king holds a position of great importance. Frequently if the king is lost (or about to be lost) the game is considered over. Examples of this include [[chess]], [[tafl|hnefetafl]] and [[kubb]].
 
In many [[game]]s the king holds a position of great importance. Frequently if the king is lost (or about to be lost) the game is considered over. Examples of this include [[chess]], [[tafl|hnefetafl]] and [[kubb]].
   
The king also appears in [[card]]s as one of four kings of various [[suite]]s. In [[draught]]s, the king is a [[crown]]ed piece that is given greater movement than the uncrowned pieces.
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The king also appears in [[card]]s as one of four kings of various [[suit]]s. In [[draught]]s, the king is a [[crown]]ed piece that is given greater movement than the uncrowned pieces.
   
 
==Kings in the SCA==
 
==Kings in the SCA==

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