Analysis of the one-dimensional Yut-Nori game: Winning strategy and avalanche-size distribution

@article{Park2013AnalysisOT,
  title={Analysis of the one-dimensional Yut-Nori game: Winning strategy and avalanche-size distribution},
  author={Hye-Jin Park and Hasung Sim and Hang-Hyun Jo and Beom Jun Kim},
  journal={Journal of the Korean Physical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={63},
  pages={1497-1502}
}
In the Korean traditional board game Yut-Nori, teams compete by moving their pieces on a two-dimensional game board, and the team whose all pieces complete a round trip on the board wins. In every round, teams throw four wooden sticks of the shape of half-cut cylinders and the number of sticks that show belly sides, i.e., the flat sides, determines the number of steps the team’s piece can advance on the board. It is possible to pile up one team’s pieces if their sites are identical so that… 

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