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Flaw 71:

It is not true that, as the rules claim, the sum of the points in both

sides' territory was always the total number of points on the board.

It is not true that, as the rules claim, the sum of the points in both

sides' territory was always the total number of points on the board.

There can be an unfilled "shared space". It belongs to neither side's

territory. Hence with an unfilled "shared space", the sum of the points

in both sides' territory does not equal the total number of points on

the board.

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Flaw 72:

The rules' claim that the score was clear at a glance is not always

true.

Since fill-in does not move any stones "in the original configuration",

the claim can be false if it is not possible to have only one connected

region with "winning spaces" and only one connected region where

compensation points are represented.

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Flaw 73:

Despite the rules' apparent claim, just after having filled in one's

stones, one cannot have any losing stones.

Otherwise one cannot just have filled in ALL one's stones. In other

words, the rule must include an "as far as possible" to qualify filling

of one's stones.

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Flaw 74:

"spaces adjacent to both black and white stones in coexistence" fail to

consider similar spaces that are not ADJACENT to both black and white

stones in coexistence.

A coexistence might have regions with big empty spaces, i.e. some spaces

might be not adjacent to both black and white stones. The rules must

speak more generally of regions of connected empty spaces.

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Flaw 75:

It is unclear whether some and which players would have to fill how many

"shared spaces" if there is an odd number of them that is greater than

1.

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Flaw 76:

It is unspecified where "winning spaces" are positioned if neither a

corner nor a side is available for them.

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Flaw 77:

It is unclear what the consequences are if a player's 180 stones are on

the board and the player wants to make a board play.

Does the player have to make a pass play? Is the fill-in counting

invalidated and replaced by something else?

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Conclusion:

Usage of rules of play with 77 flaws cannot be recommended. Instead they

serve as a model of rules that ought never to be used. It is a shame

that sponsor money lets a lot of federations, associations, and

organizations become the most unreasonable by pretending usage of rules

that cannot be applied correctly. An even greater lie claims that the

rules were particularly suitable for children.

--

robert jasiek

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