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### Subject: Re: Maximum Number of Legal Moves

Author: Andrew Shapira

Date: 23:18:50 05/08/05

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Those give good lower bounds on the maximum number of legal moves M, e.g., 218
<= M. We also know that M <= 332. So we have 218 <= M <= 332. I am interested
in the right side of the inequalities in the previous sentence. In other words,
what are small numbers n such that M <= n?

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