>> Would the game end after two unintentional passes? > Good point. In principle I would say so.
That makes little sense to me. IMO, the principled rule is that two consecutive intentional passes end the game. To make sure that infinitely long games have 0 probability, we must then require that the frisbee aim itself be a legal move (if eps < 1/4) or, in case eps=1/4, that at least one of its neighbours be a legal move -John _______________________________________________ Computer-go mailing list Computerfirstname.lastname@example.org http://computer-go.org/mailman/listinfo/computer-go