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1) The game - Sprouts
Posted: Sep 30, 2005 11:01 PM, by: Katie
I was wondering if anyone knew a strategy that allowed you to win everytime you played. Please email me at angel_lies262@hotmail.com with any information you have. Thank you ...

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2) A New Conjecture for Misere Sprouts
Posted: Mar 5, 2005 10:10 PM, by: Danny Purvis
For the record, Cal Hudson, a highly skilled player of Paterson's and Conway's game of sprouts, has recently formulated a rival conjecture to the famous conjecture of Applegate, Jacobson, ...

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3) Number of regions in Sprouts
Posted: Jan 9, 2004 2:45 PM, by: Stephan Duerr
In this message, I will show that for a game of Sprouts with n original spots - the maximum number of regions is 2n+1 for any n - the minimum number ...

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4) Zen sprouts
Posted: Nov 5, 2003 9:27 AM, by: Danny Purvis
tranquil position - A sprouts position for which it is possible that every survivor will be a Zen master. tranquil move - ...

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5) Brussels sprouts
Posted: Sep 9, 2003 2:07 PM, by: gereon.kaiping@web.de
Is Brussels Sprouts a really senseful game or is it only a Joke on the real sprouts game? I ask, because in "winning ...

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6) Sprouts on a torus
Posted: Aug 23, 2002 11:43 PM, by: Bob underwood
Does anyone play sprouts on a torus - specifying that the genus equal the number of spots minus one-- and how would this ...

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7) Sprouts Website
Posted: Jan 13, 2001 3:04 PM, by: Danny Purvis
I'm starting a sprouts website: www.geocities.com/chessdp It's very modest, and probably full of errors, but I hope ...

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8) Sprouts: New Proof for Old Result
Posted: Dec 31, 2000 10:04 AM, by: Danny Purvis
Definitions: (1) An "exhausted" position is a position with no legal moves. (2) A player "fields" a position if it is his move in that position. Thus the player who fields an exhausted position los ...

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9) Sprouts notation
Posted: Dec 27, 2000 9:27 PM, by: Dan Hoey
Here are the elements of Sprouts notation I have developed in response to the discussion earlier this month under the "Game of ...

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10) Sprouts notation
Posted: Dec 27, 2000 9:13 PM, by: Dan Hoey
I regret that it's taken me a so long to respond to questions on Sprouts notation raised by Laurie Mersereau and Danny Purvis. I needed time to look over all the earlier ...

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11) A Sprouts Hypothesis re: Applegate, Jacobson, and Sleator
Posted: Dec 13, 2000 11:52 AM, by: Danny Purvis
I have a loose, perhaps partial explanation for the pattern noticed by Applegate, Jacobson, and Sleator. They used a computer to analyze the game exhaustively through n=11 and noticed that the first ...

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12) Re: "computer analysis of sprouts" ps file
Posted: Oct 18, 1999 10:39 AM, by: Antreas P. Hatzipolakis
Andree wrote: >I found your post of Wed, 14 Jan 1998 at the Math Forum site about >Sprouts and was especially interested in this section of it: > >>Two files in .ps format, namely: >>short-paper.ps ...

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13) Another Sprouts Blunder
Posted: Sep 13, 1999 10:37 AM, by: Danny Purvis
I found another error in my previous sprouts postings. Let "biosphere" denote a part of a sprouts position sealed off from the remainder ...

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14) Speaking of Sprouts...
Posted: May 19, 1999 1:58 PM, by: Danny Purvis
Move by move analysis of Sprouts can only explore the shoreline of an infinite ocean, but it is a lot of fun. For the purposes ...

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15) Sprouts
Posted: May 17, 1999 12:40 PM, by: Ashwin Tengli
Has anybody implemented sprouts ?

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