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Shakti. Christian Freeling's simple, elegant game with disappearing squares.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Tony Quintanilla wrote on 2007-01-16 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
Ed, thanks for all your work over the years to create and maintain these applets. This 'Excellent' goes for all your many applets. I should note that your applets, in some cases, are the only entry that we have for certain games at CVP.

Ed Friedlander wrote on 2007-01-15 UTC
Thank you for allowing me to correct my error.

Anonymous wrote on 2004-06-16 UTC
It says on the Game Information Page for Shakti:<BR> 'A player who cannot move is either checkmate or stalemate. <BR> .... In the second case the other player moves again, i.e.,<BR> unlike chess, when a player is stalemated, he just loses his<BR> turn.' Therefore, stalemate is <B>not</B> a draw.

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