On Thu, 23 Mar 2006, Elliott C. Evans wrote:
Andrew Plotkin wrote:
There are obviously many other such cases. We don't run into them in
real-life Fluxx play, because human players usually get bored with sorting
through huge handfuls of cards, and play a Hand Limit (or Play All) just to
clear things out!
Also, if you have a whole lot of cards, you can often find some kind of
winning combo in your hand. If the bots were good at spotting when they
have, say, the "brain" keeper, "brain-no tv" goal, and a "play 3"...
That's not an edge case, that's a common case. :) But yes, it would be
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