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Terms and definitions

To understand rules of the games you have to be familiar with next terms and definitions:

RowThe formation of stones of the same color on a line.
Unbroken rowAn unbroken row is a row with no free intersection(s) between stones.
Five in a rowFive in a row is an unbroken row containing five stones
OverlineOverline is an unbroken row composed of six or more stones
FourA four is a row with four stones
Straight fourAn unbroken row of four stones
PairAny adjacent duo of stones
Three or TriaA row of three stones
Double-threePlacing a stone on an intersection and will makes more than on three.
Double-fourPlacing a stone on an intersection and will makes more than on four.
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