On Monday, March 05, 2007, at 02:22PM, "Jeff Wolfe" <jwolfe@xxxxxxxx> wrote: >The mention of Zendo in the discussion of non-standard piece sizes got me to >thinking. A zero pip piece would be cool, no doubt ("more pieces than pips" >immediately comes to mind). But what would really be interesting would be a >negative-one pip piece, which seems to be supported by all of the formulas >I've seen so far, at least theoretically. In theory, yes, but until you show me the practical method of physically representing a negative pip on the side of the pyramid, I will not acknowledge said pyramid. The zero-pointer has zero pips on its sides.