On 9/11/06, TheLoneGoldfish <thelonegoldfish@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I can't make my pieces do that without at least one piece coming out > weird/poised. Try wood or paper pyramids? I'd think they'd have better friction between pieces.
No, that's not it. It's not a matter of friction. Here's what I /think/ Jesse is describing. http://dsheldon.digitalfreaks.org/treehunters.bmp That gives a 4 defense with the large and small poised (which is great to get to some powerful positions on your next move). Like in Zendo offense v defense v poised is determined relative to the table surface and being even a little bit off means you're off. -- - |) () /\/ If I'm misunderstanding, um, please try to explain it to me. This got hard to do with words, hence the picture.