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Three-Player Hex

Leaderboard

Period

Modern

Category Board, Space, Connection

Rules

Three-Player Hex is played on the Hex board, typically with five cells per side. As in standard Hex, players take turn placing a piece of their color on an empty cell, and the first player to connect the opposite sides of the board marked his color with a chain of his pieces wins. As soon as it it no longer possible for a player to connect his edges, that player is eliminated from the game and may not place any more stones.

Philip D. Straffin Jr. (1985) Three Person Winner-Take-All Games with McCarthy's Revenge Rule, The College Mathematics Journal, 16:5, pp. 386-394.

Author

Thomas Sibley

Creation date

1975-01-01

Ludeme Description

Three-Player Hex.lud

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Identifiers

DLP.Games.531

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