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Y (Hex)





Y is a version of Hex invented independently in 1953 by Craige Schensted and Chsrles Titus. It is played with hexagonal spaces arranged in a triangular board, 8 spaces on each side is typical. Players take turns placing their pieces on a space on the board, with the goal of connecting all three sides of the triangle with their pieces. Corners count as belonging to both sides they touch.

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