Dei-Yen Huang

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First, this paper introduces a new family of k-in-a-row games, Connect(m, n, k, p, q). In Connect(m,n, k, p, q), two players alternately place p stones on an m × n board in each turn except for that the first player places q stones for the first move. The player who gets k consecutive stones of her own first wins. The traditional game five-in-a-row, also(More)
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