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The Great Ballcourt at Chichen Itza, the largest of its kind in Mesoamerica, is flanked by temples to the north and south and has temples built into its east and west walls. What does this imply about the role of pok a tok in Mayan culture? Pok a tok was an exclusive activity reserved for nobility. Pok a tok was looked down on and children were discouraged from playing it. Pok a tok had an important religious aspect in addition to its role as a sport. Pok a tok was its own religion in Mayan culture.

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