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PUZZLE -- dedicated to Timothy Chow

Posted By: Taper_Mike
Date: Saturday, 29 March 2014, at 1:07 a.m.

In Response To: PUZZLE -- dedicated to Timothy Chow (Timothy Chow)

I don't know how to Nactate a couple rolls ...

White: 31P-66B-11e-55T-66D-44P-44A-22Ḁ-63O

Nactation Tutorial Explanation of nacbracs Nacbracs for cube actions

A lower-case letter is italicized when it is the fourth-ranking member in a Nactation family. For instance, 11e = 24/23(2) 6/4, and ranks below E = 24/22 6/5(2), e = 24/23(2) 6/5(2), and E = 24/22 6/4.

In a roll of doublets, underline means that 3 dice are played on the backside of a play, and one on the front. In the regular (non-underlined) A family, for instance, half the roll is played jumping from the outer board to the inner, with the other half played completely within the inner board. In the underlined A family, 3 checkers jump, and only 1 is played inside.

Conversely, a dot or ring below means that 1 die is played on the backside, with 3 dice played up front. In the Ḁ family, 1 checker jumps, while 3 checkers are played inside.

Mike

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