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Topic: A New Conjecture for Misere Sprouts
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Danny Purvis

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A New Conjecture for Misere Sprouts
Posted: Mar 5, 2005 10:10 PM
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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, and Sleator regarding misere sprouts. The Hudson conjecture is that, for N > 9, the first player wins in misere sprouts if and only if N divided by 6 leaves a remainder of 3, 4, or 5. His announcement of this conjecture, and some of the reasoning behind it, is at www.geocities.com/chessdp/ckbait.htm.



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