The L Game

Incidentally, whilst on the topic of De Bono, I'm highly intrigued by his L Game. The basic premise is that moves are taken in turn, and each move consists of moving your L piece first (a move you have to do), then either of the two neutral black pieces (a move you don't have to do). The aim is to block your opponent from being able to place his/her (got to be politically correct) L piece. There are 2296 possible arrangements of the pieces, and supposedly, with two perfect players, the game can continue indefinitely. Must try!

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