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Subject: Re: EinStein wuerfelt nicht - Strategic decision

Author: Theo van der Storm

Date: 12:58:15 03/05/05

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On March 05, 2005 at 15:27:10, Theo van der Storm wrote:

>On March 05, 2005 at 14:31:10, Ingo Althofer wrote:
>>The new position is:
>>Ingo
>>-- -- y2 -- --
>>x1 -- -- -- --
>>-- x4 x6 -- --
>>-- -- -- y6 y1
>>-- -- y4 -- y5
>>          Theo
>
>10 mod 6 = 4.
>My move: 4c1-c2
>
>{
>x1 x6 x3 -- --
>x5 x2 -- -- --
>x4 -- -- -- y2
>-- -- -- y3 y1
>-- -- y4 y6 y5}
>1. 1a5xa4 6d1xd2
>2. 5b5xb4 3e3-d4
>3. 4a3-b3 3d4xc5
>4. 6b4-c3 4c1-c2
>
>The new position is:
>Ingo
>-- -- y2 -- --
>x1 -- -- -- --
>-- x4 x6 -- --
>-- -- y4 y6 y1
>-- -- -- -- y5
>          Theo
>
>Theo

I rolled 4 for you.
Now you are faced with a choice:
4b3xc3: reduce your own stones to run faster afterwards
4b3xc2: advance as much and as soon as possible
4b3-b2: keep my stones on the board to slow me down
... and these strategic considerations
don't even begin to deal with the tactics.

For those who are seeing this for the first time:
There is more to this game than you think.

Theo



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