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Revision 3 . . (edit) March 31, 2007 8:59 pm by Simons Mith [Categories]
Revision 2 . . September 16, 2005 1:42 pm by Ajay
Revision 1 . . September 16, 2005 1:37 pm by Ajay
  

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Changed: 14c14
And a partial account survives of a game played by one of the earliest known practitioners, Robert of St-Aube, against the Franciscan master Hrolf of Uppsala in around 1270.
And a partial account survives of a game played by one of the earliest known practitioners, Robert of St-Aube, against the Franciscan master Harald of Uppsala in around 1270. Robert was at this point an old man by the standards of the day, being almost seventy, and this may explain his more hesitant play.

Changed: 17c17,19
H: Coining and forgery; Hammer of Charles Martel* to Treason against City or State. (*This rule is unclear).

H: Coining and forgery; Hammer of Charles Martel* to Treason against City or State. (*This move is unclear).


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H: Pass.

R: Spreading of Scandal and Schism. (Robert, perhaps unwittingly, opens the way for Harald to perform a classic single shunt.)

H: Heresy. (A very daring move; Harald rejects the offered opening in favour of an indirect drop).


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R: False Prophecy.
H: (at this point the fragment becomes illegible)

Added: 30a46,48
R: Circle of False Prophecy.

(at this point the fragment becomes illegible)

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