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#1 rtg45

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Posted 06 July 2015 - 03:49 PM

I find the more I play I am sometimes a sore loser and give up too quickly.

 

For example His number 1 kills my number 2 and then I lose my number 1 as a sacrifice to kill his 1.

with my number 1

result is he now has a superior number 2 to my 3's 

if I lose just one 3 Im almost dead.

I quit too quickly.

 

yet I think its part of playing this game.



#2 Mitthunder

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Posted 08 August 2015 - 05:53 PM

You can still win but he has a slight advantage. If you know the 2-square chasing rules then you can hold his general up on one side where he can't attack you. All he can do then is let you through if he wants to move his general somewhere else. Meanwhile you can explore his field from the other sides.



#3 Moriarty

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Posted 28 December 2015 - 09:28 PM

I find the more I play I am sometimes a sore loser and give up too quickly.

 

For example His number 1 kills my number 2 and then I lose my number 1 as a sacrifice to kill his 1.

with my number 1

result is he now has a superior number 2 to my 3's 

if I lose just one 3 Im almost dead.

I quit too quickly.

 

yet I think its part of playing this game.

best way to learn is to play more


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#4 SaintZ

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Posted 18 January 2016 - 01:27 PM

best way to learn is to play more

Couldn't say it any better!  ;)


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