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  1. jiggery_pokery
    jiggery_pokery February 12, 2013 at 11:23 pm |

    Mmm, I like the rotational symmetry to the scoring; I reckon a serious player could get a pretty good clue about what the opponent is trying to score before too long, if only by a process of elimination.

    When you score for a row of two, does it have to be exactly two, or can you pick a row of three if you have made one? (Obviously it would be a row of three without the correct type adjacent at one end or the other, which would be two rows of two.)

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    1. undying-admin
      undying-admin February 13, 2013 at 8:49 am |

      Aha, yes, good point. Picking two out of a row of three is acceptable. I’ll change the scoring example so it makes that clear.

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