Mumbai, June 9 -- The online version of Ludo has got our backs, entertaining in the lockdown, providing much-needed respite. To win the game requires not only individual technique but also lots of luck. Or that is what we often debate upon in close matches.

Guess what? Bombay High Court will soon decide if the game of Ludo is based on skill or is simply a "game of chance."

According to Live Law, a petition has been filed in the Bombay High Court against the makers of Ludo Supreme, alleging that the online game promotes gambling and deviates from the original board game, which is a "game of chance".

The petition was filed by Keshav Muley who seeks a declaration, whether ludo is a "game of chance and not a game of skill". Provisions of t...