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Bn Em wrote on 2015-07-08 UTC

I'm not entirely clear on how the bottom-board mechanics work, specifically on two points:
(a) Does moving onto a square where an opponent has your piece buried capture your own piece or the opponent's?, and in the former case what would be the advantage of making such a move in the first place?
(b)When a piece on the bottom board moves, must it capture another buried piece or does it capture a piece on the top board and thereby resurface (or may it do either)?

Overall, this seems like an interesting concept and I might try it if these points could be clarified. Thanks in advance :)


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