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Natanael Machado wrote on 2015-02-25 UTCAverage ★★★
na verdade, ficaria melhor assim: 

40 peões pretos para "dunsany chess", pois se for contar os pontos das pretas daria aproximadamente 39, duas torres = 10, dois bispos e cavalos = 12, a dama vale 9, e os oito peões ==> 10+12+9+8=39

ou quem sabe um jeito diferente de mover os peões

para dois outros jogos, um com 13 cavalos, pois 13x3=39, alem disso, os cavalos são mais ruim em lugares abertos, por isso deve ter mais para equilibrar o jogo, talvez 16, outro jogo com 13 bispos

8 torres, 4 damas,

poderíamos ter também "32 peões vs 16 cavalos", logicamente seria até melhor que "32 peões vs maharajah"

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