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Often called a 'Barney McGrew' in recognition of this approach first being seen in use by one of the central characters in a now lost episode from the children's TV programme Trumpton. Very much a strategist's strategy. A token of each colour is required to place the game in this state, however, the cost can be worth it. Other players will be uncertain about zone shifts and quadrant boundaries with the prospect of their next moves costing them manifold podumes.


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