hist-games: Need reference in Glonnegger: Das Spiele-Buch...
mwi9 at swipnet.se
Thu Oct 1 03:19:51 PDT 2009
I have now made a slight rule change in the Horsa movement: it
may only move one square in its first move. This is to avoid an
obligatory maneuver where the Horsa is exchanged with a Korna,
which creates tedium in the opening. I suggest that this is a significant
----- Original Message -----
From: "M Winther" <mwi9 at swipnet.se>
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> Mats Winther
> Nevetheless, it can be a good idea to implement variants that
> appeal more to the modern mentality. Otherwise the game can
> hardly become popular. I have now added instructional diagrams
> and also added an attractive small board alternative in the program:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Arnold Mayer" <arnold.mayer at onlinehome.de>
> To: <hist-games at www.pbm.com>
> Sent: Sunday, September 27, 2009 12:40 PM
> Subject: Re: hist-games: Need reference in Glonnegger: Das Spiele-Buch...
>> The sence of old norse board games is not only to win the game - the
>> main reason for to play the games was to play the game.
>> If you act you may be defeated, if you don't act you are defeated! If
>> you are defeated you have to learn to be a "good" loser, loose and "bear
>> up"! That's life!
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