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Link to: Mastery: A Game of Skill for Two Players

A Game of Skill for Two Players by S. John Ross. The Mastery playing field is an ordinary checkerboard (an 8x8 grid). Each side consists of thirteen pieces: three Masters, four Officers, and six Pawns. Each side's pieces should be easily distinguishable by color. A Mastery set can be built easily by scavenging the pieces from two identical chess sets, using Rooks for Masters, Knights for Officers, and Pawns for Pawns.

Mastery: A Game of Skill for Two Players: http://www.io.com/~sjohn/mastery.htm




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Posted by David Howe.
Web page created on: 23 Oct 2001. Last modified on: 23 Oct 2001.