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A '''local move''' is aimed at restoring the connections threatened by the opponent's last move. For example, a direct response to a [[template intrusion]] would be a local move. Playing local moves is called '''local play'''.
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A '''local move''' is aimed at restoring the connections threatened by the opponent's last move. For example, a direct response to a [[intrusion|template intrusion]] would be a local move. Playing local moves is called '''local play'''.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Latest revision as of 01:09, 15 July 2021

A local move is aimed at restoring the connections threatened by the opponent's last move. For example, a direct response to a template intrusion would be a local move. Playing local moves is called local play.

See also