Maxi tupu 馬戲圖譜 is a short text on a Chinese board game. Authorship is attributed to the Song-period 宋 (960-1279) poetess Li Qingzhao 李清照 (1084-1155), who wrote several poems on horse racing (e.g. the rhapsody Damafu 大馬賦). The word maxi today denotes horse performances in a circus, while the word dama means "horse racing" or any other way of using horses in games, like in polo. This is also like the board of the game is designed. Each participant moves forward by the numbers on two dice. The designations for combinations of the pips are listed in a long table.
The table to the left presents the name of combinations of pips on three dice, beginning with four of a kind (tangyin 堂印), and six of a kind (biyou 碧油).