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The Chess Variant Pages



This page is written by both of the game's inventors, Omar Syed and Aamir Syed.

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Reinhard Scharnagl wrote on 2009-05-09 UTC
To the Arimaa site I have posted repeatedly for to get information on details, but there is no reaction at all. One of my additional questions would be, why only linux programs will be accepted at tournaments. Using there also Windows or Mac OS would be more interesting to me. Moreover Arimaa is a patended game, and troubles seem to be already anticipated for really engaged programmers. A new drosophila for AI which Arimaa intends to be, should be free of such restrictions.

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