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- You may be looking for Kalto Province.
The object of kal-toh, as stated by Tuvok, was "not about striving for balance but about finding the seeds of order even in the midst of profound chaos." A kal-toh set consisted of a number of playing rods called t'an. Harry Kim rather described it as "The object of the game is to turn this jumble of rods into a perfect sphere", and that each player took turns to position pieces, the one managing to form the final intended shape winning. (VOY: "Alter Ego", "Riddles")
When Kim referred to kal-toh as "Vulcan chess", Tuvok commented that, "Kal-toh is to chess as chess is to tic-tac-toe." (VOY: "Alter Ego") Kim played several games with Tuvok, noting that it was surprisingly addictive for a game of pure logic, although he never managed to defeat Tuvok before Voyager returned to the Alpha Quadrant. (VOY: "Alter Ego", "The Omega Directive", "Riddles", "Endgame")
Tuvok, Icheb, and Harry Kim often played a match of kal-toh together. Tuvok had been taking lessons from a master from age five. Icheb also was quite talented with the game, although Tuvok blamed Icheb's first victory over him on an early manifestation of his degenerative neurological condition. (VOY: "Alter Ego", "Endgame")