Mancala is an ancient game where players pick up stones from one of six spaces on their side of the board, then drop one piece in each space going forward, including onto their granary and then to their opponent's side of the board. The objective is to collect the most pieces in your granary.
In Mancala, are you allowed to pick up and count the number of stones your opponent has if the cup is too small to be able to see?
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