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relfson

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Registered: Jun, 2008

Your favorite games Posted: Apr 19, 2015 4:58 PM
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I was thinking about my favorite played games of c4 earlier, and thought it would be fun to hear other peoples favorite games as well.

Both from your own games, and games you watched.

These are mine:

1. When i solved this together with newstiga:
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2. This is just a regular game i like for no good reason:
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3. The legendary game to 32k between Gzzo and eliten:
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4. A modern classic. Hard to find some of the moves:
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5. This.... is one of the few styles I invented from scratch:
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6. Fouracles weirdest regular style game:
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Hope to read some inspiring games here, but i guess you are all dead or gone by now :/

Thanks.


Recalcitrant

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Registered: Feb, 2015

Re: Your favorite games Posted: Apr 20, 2015 11:46 PM
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This is my favorite for now:
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It's an unusual standard game with 8 forced moves in a row.

Fusrodah

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Registered: Jan, 2014

Re: Your favorite games Posted: Apr 21, 2015 3:32 AM
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I like the games where it is not clear where the win will be or it plays out until the very end.

1. P1 ends up making an odd in the center early in the game, but must rely on numerous threats at the end to win:
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2. A hard reg style game where the center is avoided until the end:
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3. Starting from c1, the first player must make 16 forcing moves in order to win the game. This is the longest chain of forcing moves in any variation of 7x6.
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I am sure there are many more but this is just what comes to mind at the moment.

Regards,

relfson

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Re: Your favorite games Posted: Apr 22, 2015 11:30 AM
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Fouracle, are you sure about that streak of force?

But i agree to everything you said as a consept. But this post is more about games that made an impression on you in the time you been a player. I f.eks still love 452213561. Easy style, but i just love it. Just like i love cats. Its cute.

relfson

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Re: Your favorite games Posted: Apr 22, 2015 5:38 PM
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But yeah, games that are unclear until the end is usualy the most fun.

And this next game is probably the best example. First player force win in even at the end, and not in odd.
Not sure if theres any other reg-style that contains an ending like that:

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enjoy

Bring on your database now fouracle. I need some of ur inspiration.

Recalcitrant

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Re: Your favorite games Posted: Apr 22, 2015 10:18 PM
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Today I found a super hard draw ballot, the hardest of any that I have found so far: 2322365. We figured out the first few moves but after that it gets very difficult, and for both players.

relfson

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Re: Your favorite games Posted: Apr 23, 2015 11:29 AM
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Hmm cant really see the challenge after 23223656. If ...f3, the starter has no good moves or tricks as i can see. Easy draw. And everything else is so lost..?

cymantex

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Registered: Jan, 2009

Re: Your favorite games Posted: May 21, 2015 7:03 PM
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My favorite game is Pokémon.

relfson

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Re: Your favorite games Posted: May 22, 2015 3:09 PM
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Giving up chess cym?

I rage-deleted my account there, and I have never looked back.

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