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It was last modified on: 1997-09-30
 Author: Stephen  Leary. Five Tigers. A Chinese Chess variant with unequal armies. (9x10, Cells: 90) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
emrave wrote on 2003-02-24 UTCPoor ★
It's possible indeed. I've played against the computer program by Ed Friedlander and won 10 games in a row (all games red human and black computer). Here's one of the games: 1.P3+1 P7+1 R9+1 2.P3+1 P3+1 C8-1 3.P3=2 P2+1 P1+1 4.P2+1 P2=1 N8+9 5.P1=2 P1+1 P1+1 6.P2=3 P3=4 Red wins I don't really like this setup of five tigers game though, I prefer another setup.