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=== [[Edge_template_IV2m|IV-2-m]] ===
 
=== [[Edge_template_IV2m|IV-2-m]] ===
  
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   edges="bottom"
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Latest revision as of 18:22, 23 June 2021

Fourth row edge templates with one stone

IV-1-a

IV-1-b

The shaded cell is not part of the template; it can be occupied by Blue.

IV-1-c

IV-1-d

Fourth row edge templates with two stones

IV-2-a

IV-2-b


IV-2-c

IV-2-d

IV-2-e

IV-2-f

IV-2-g

IV-2-h

IV-2-i

IV-2-j

IV-2-k

IV-2-l

Red can connect both red stones to the bottom (i.e., Red does not have to choose which stone to connect).

IV-2-m

Red can connect the stone marked "↑" to the bottom. There are infinitely many related templates, with the two red stones arbitrarily far apart. See edge template IV2m for more details.

IV-2-n

Red can connect both red stones to the bottom (i.e., Red does not have to choose which stone to connect).

IV-2-o

IV-2-p

IV-2-q

Red can connect both stones to the bottom (i.e., Red does not have to choose which stone to connect).

Fourth row edge templates with three stones

IV-3-a

If the middle red piece is removed, the template stays valid, as long as the two remaining stones are connected to each other in some other way.

IV-3-b

If the middle red piece is removed, the template stays valid, as long as the two remaining stones are connected to each others in some other way.

IV-3-c