Solitaire Army and Related Games

@inproceedings{NICULESCU2006SolitaireAA,
  title={Solitaire Army and Related Games},
  author={FLORENTINA RODICA NICULESCU and RADU ŞTEFAN NICULESCU},
  year={2006}
}
  • FLORENTINA RODICA NICULESCU, RADU ŞTEFAN NICULESCU
  • Published 2006
We present some variations of the Solitaire Army game. This game is part of a broader category of one person games, namely, Peg Solitaire games. While Central Solitaire is a relatively well-known and studied game, which is played on a cross-shaped board, little research has been done on Solitaire Army game and its variants. The purpose of this paper is to present Solitaire Army game, its variants that have already been studied and, in addition, a number of new variations of this game: on… CONTINUE READING

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