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Jeremy Good wrote on 2006-06-12 UTC
I'd like someone to try out this game with me because I think it would be a fun diversion. All you have to do to win is move your ferz four steps from its starting square to the Z5 square. If your Ferz gets captured, it has to start over on the other side of the board. Of course, allowing your Ferz to get captured might be good strategy because it will mean that your opponent loses what ever piece used to capture it. If it interests you, click on the Logs for this game link above and accept the open invitation.

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