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Subject: Re: EinStein wuerfelt nicht - Challenge Game

Author: Ingo Althofer

Date: 10:14:03 03/05/05

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On March 05, 2005 at 12:27:22, Theo van der Storm wrote:

>On March 05, 2005 at 10:11:15, Ingo Althofer wrote:
>>...In my notation the game so far would be:
>>1. 1:a5xa4  6:d1xd2
>>2. 5:b5xb4
>
>15 mod 6 = 3.
>I do not have the 3-stone any longer,
>so I can move the 4-stone or the 2-stone
>(one square, either to north or west or
>north-west). I play 2NW.

Good move.

>Let's get rid of the ":".

Good idea.

>The space after "." is optional, but I'm keeping it anyway
>and I'm putting in the starting position for obvious reasons.
>Comments welcome, of course.
>
>{
>1 6 3 - -
>5 2 - - -
>4 - - - 2
>- - - 3 1
>- - 4 6 5}

For the starting position it is clear who is who.
But during a game it may become a problem whether a
stone belongs to player X or Y. So I would propose

{
x1 x6 x3 -- --
x5 x2 -- -- --
x4 -- -- -- y2
-- -- -- y3 y1
-- -- y4 y6 y5}

>1. 1a5xa4 6d1xd2
>2. 5b5xb4 3e3-d4
>
>Resulting position is:

Ingo
-- -- x3 -- --
x1 x6 -- y2 --
x4 -- -- -- --
-- -- -- y6 y1
-- -- y4 -- y5
          Theo

>>>>>at 12:27:22, Theo van der Storm wrote:

So you rolled a 22 = 4 mod 6 for me.
My 4-stone is still there, and I am allowed to play it
either to the east, to the south, or to the south-east.
I go to the east (formal move 3. 4a3b3)
The new position is

Ingo
-- -- x3 -- --
x1 x6 -- y2 --
-- x4 -- -- --
-- -- -- y6 y1
-- -- y4 -- y5
          Theo

May the dice help me now!


>What are the colours? Green and Orange/Amber?

* Concerning the little series with glass stones, there are
no unique colors. This is due to the fact that my supplier
does not guarantee any colors - I have to take what she sends.
(Currently I am sitting at a board with stones in amber and
dark-blue - numbers in gold.)

* The version of "Edition Perlhuhn" with its wooden robots
has colors rosy-red and light-blue.

* Concerning the copy you would get for a win in this game,
you have a free wish from:
yellow, amber, red (light or dark), green (light or dark),
blue (light or dark), black (opaque), white (opaque)

>Which colour begins?

In the first game of a series the younger player starts (independent
of colors), in each subsequent game the loser of the preceding game.

Ingo.



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