Games like Chess with perfect knowledge are memorizable, so grandmasters spend their time memorizing positions and the possible outcomes of that.
That’s a lot of work, so games like Tash kalar, which has limited memorization and more of a luck factor, seem less daunting, and more fun.
Onitama did it a different way by having perfect knowledge, but a smaller amount of information to know for each game.
I would love something like tash kalar, where you are trying to achieve specific board states, but a bigger amount of moves are available between the two players. So, instead of two available moves a la Onitama, there’s 5-7 available to use until someone refreshes them.
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