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Does a winning strategy exist for Don't Break the Ice?
Don't Break the Ice is a children's game, where players take turns using mallets to knock pieces of ice away from the playing field. The playfield is composed of a (6 x 6) grid of single square ...
Dec 26 '12 at 1:42
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