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Reversi (Othello) and variants.


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27. April 2004, 02:16:13
kd5svqJT 
Subject: best BKR and positions
does anyone know when best BKR and positions will come back on?

1. June 2003, 01:41:28
kd5svqJT 
Subject: questions
This is a general question to tournament players. When you know there is no chance to win do you play it out or resign? Is it good sportmanship to drag out the obvious or bow out.

15. January 2003, 23:43:42
kd5svqJT 
Subject: Re: 6x6 has been solved
in your own experience is there an advantage to being black or white?

15. January 2003, 22:50:22
kd5svqJT 
Subject: Re: 6x6 has been solved
Are there any numbers for the 8x8 and 10x10?

31. December 2002, 01:33:49
kd5svqJT 
Subject: Re: auto set up
On the internet there are several sites under Othello rules. It seems the 1880 rules for Reversi start with a empty board and a set number of 32 men. The first four men are still laid diagonaly. Modern games of Othello are pre set up and use a pool of men so you wont run out.

30. December 2002, 21:54:53
kd5svqJT 
Subject: Re: auto set up
The diagonal is the only set up listed in the rules. Normal play is black going first. There is no advantage which goes first.

30. December 2002, 20:49:50
kd5svqJT 
Subject: Re: auto set up
It would not matter which is on either side. The options after setup is the same

29. December 2002, 23:52:37
kd5svqJT 
Subject: Re: auto set up
The only differnce is Othello is a trade marked name and can't be used here. Even the rules page here at Brainking says it is the same as Othello.

29. December 2002, 23:42:59
kd5svqJT 
Subject: Re: auto set up
Reversi is the same as Othello.

29. December 2002, 23:34:16
kd5svqJT 
Subject: auto set up
Fencer, can you do auto set up of the board? With each color in a diagonal in the center as the Othello rules state?

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