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This page is written by the game's inventor, Roberto Lavieri.

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Roberto Lavieri wrote on 2005-03-07 UTC
Three times repetition adds a non-trivial management of the ends, but I must admit it is a complex rule in the sense it is almost impossible remember all the positions that have been in the game, you must annotate them!. I have thought a more ellegant rule, but it destroys the difficulty of many ends in this game. has anyone a good idea?. This was only an experimental game, to see the factibility of a game in a board of ten squares that were not stupid. This game is far from being trivial, but the rule of three times repetition for a lose is, undoubtely, not-ellegant. It does not appear in MORE28 or MORE35 (Soon in scene)

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