27 October 2009
Pedicab stop chess on a little board.
Manila's streets are full of people playing chess and dama.
Dama on the ground, scraped concrete for the grid.
Using bottle caps (tansan), one team right side up, the other flipped over.
A bench with a dama board drawn on.
The old flip-the-tansan over trick.
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