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In addition to "Go for corners"... Don't take edge spaces adjacent to opponent pieces. Your opponent can usually just capture them. There are (rare) times to do so, but those times usually are ones which allow capturing the corner
In addition to trying your best not to allow your opponent to control edges and corners, trying to place in such a way that your opponent cannot play is a good tactic. This is effective during the mid- and late-game. This tactic is as much about luck in your opponent's placement as it is about your vision in being able to accomplish this. Frequently, when ...
I am not a lawyer, and have experience only in Ontario, but under Ontario law wagering on games of skill is not gambling. In a well-known case from the 1960's or early 1970's, in which the St. Clair Bridge Studio was defending itself against charges of running a gambling house, barrister and bridge player Eric Murray in his winning defence argued that bridge ...
You can play online on Yucata http://www.yucata.de/en/GameInfo/Reversi. Generally the games are played over days rather than "real time" though. Lots of other great games too
As long as the grid is even, Othello should play just fine, provided you change the staring cluster. . . . . . . B W . . B W B . . . W B . should do, with white moving first...
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