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Hex was indepoendently invented by two mathematicians, Piet Hein and John Nash, in 1942. It is played on a hexagonal board, most commonly arranged as an 11x11 rhombus. Players take turns placing their pieces on one space on the board, with the goal of connecting the opposite sides of the board corresponding to the color of their pieces with a line of pieces.

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