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A controversial and much debated tactic. The antagonist leaves three podumes in three adjoining zones on consecutive moves. The effect is to make each players' position dependant on the moves of the three preceding players until each person has moved three times. A great stalling strategy but not one that will win friends. [IJB}
A controversial and much debated tactic. The antagonist leaves three podumes in three adjoining zones on consecutive moves. The effect is to make each players' position dependent on the moves of the three preceding players until each person has moved three times. A great stalling strategy, but not one that will win friends.

[IJB]


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A controversial and much debated tactic. The antagonist leaves three podumes in three adjoining zones on consecutive moves. The effect is to make each players' position dependent on the moves of the three preceding players until each person has moved three times. A great stalling strategy, but not one that will win friends.

[IJB]


Categories: A to Z

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