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The cells on the Hex board are referred to using '''coordinates''' of a letter and a number, e. g. [[a1]] or c14. The letter usually gives the column, the a-column being at the left side of the board, and the number gives the row, row 1 being at the top side. A1 is an [[acute corner]], having two adjacent cells. It is assumed that the first moving player is vertical, i. e. has to connect the rows 1 and n on an n x n board.
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The cells on the [[board|Hex board]] are referred to using '''coordinates''' of a letter and a number, e.g., [[a1]] or c14. The letter usually gives the column, the a-column being at the left side of the board, and the number gives the row, row 1 being at the top side. A1 is an [[Board#Corners|acute corner]], having two adjacent cells. It is assumed that the first moving player is vertical, i.e., has to connect the rows 1 and n on an n×n board.
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Latest revision as of 01:21, 19 January 2021

The cells on the Hex board are referred to using coordinates of a letter and a number, e.g., a1 or c14. The letter usually gives the column, the a-column being at the left side of the board, and the number gives the row, row 1 being at the top side. A1 is an acute corner, having two adjacent cells. It is assumed that the first moving player is vertical, i.e., has to connect the rows 1 and n on an n×n board.

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