[r-t] Place methods
richard at ex-parrot.com
Thu Oct 15 11:12:01 UTC 2009
Alexander Holroyd wrote:
> I think I can prove:
> plain hunt is the only round block such that:
> - some bell is plain hunting (all the way from front to back) throughout
> - there are no points or dodges
> - there are no adjacent places
Thanks. That's just what I was looking for.
> 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ...
> (there may be other internal places as well).
Any internal places will have to follow a pattern like this.
So there are additional internal places, then the method
must have a second snake. And the snakes cannot bifurcate
without adjacent places.
> As Graham points out, little methods and treble place methods are presumably
> another matter.
Indeed. &22.214.171.124,6 is an example of a little place method.
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