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Crossings - game

Crossings is a two-player abstract strategy board game invented by Robert Abbott. The rules were published in Sid Sackson's A Gamut of Games. Crossings was the precursor to Epaminondas, which uses a larger board and expanded rules.

Gameplay

Equipment

Setup

This is the starting position of Crossings.

Object

Turns

Movement

A group is a series of one or more same-colored stones adjacent to one another in a line. (diagonal, horizontal, or vertical) A stone may belong to one or more groups.

Capturing an enemy stone

End of the game

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