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An exciting but risky form of the game which requires players to travel in opposite directions at speeds exponentially linked to gradient. Many players prefer to sit out such a round and spectate. Jean Paul Sartre described it as, "Fit only for the folly of youth."[IJB]
An exciting but risky form of the game which requires players to travel in opposite directions at speeds exponentially linked to gradient. Many players prefer to sit out such a round and spectate. Jean Paul Sartre described it as 'Fit only for the folly of youth.'

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An exciting but risky form of the game which requires players to travel in opposite directions at speeds exponentially linked to gradient. Many players prefer to sit out such a round and spectate. Jean Paul Sartre described it as 'Fit only for the folly of youth.'

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Categories: A to Z, Rulesets

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