Have got an interesting case today. first see this board:
to understand the game red spy was trapped by the 2 square rule so he could not move F10-F9, instead red moved miner G9-H9 to my big surprise. Question 1: What important information did I get from this move at this moment?
Know also that I defused a bomb in A7, that in A8 and B8 he had 2 sergeants and in A10 and B10 2 miners, so I reasonably assumed that A9, B9 and J7 were bombs and as I knew bomb in B7 already I considered that on G10, H10 and J10 he had 1 bomb, 1 unknown unmovd miner and 1 flag. Red knew only my marsh and my lieut + 2 unknown moved pieces (serg and scout)
See now the same board a few moves later, spy has been captured but blue lieut was trapped. Blue started to move up his scout 1 square at a time as if it was his last miner. Then Red moved major D9-D10:
Question 2: Assuming the information gathered under question 1 above is correct how does blue go for the win after major D9-D10?,
Edited by Napoleon 1er, 05 July 2020 - 09:42 PM.