[BOOKS] ✮ Play Hive like a champion Author Randy Ingersoll – Peakpopa.info

Play Hive like a champion Have You Played The Exciting Board Game Hive Would You Like To Become A Better Player Learn From TheOnline Champion, Randy Ingersoll OverDiagrammed Positions From ThanActual Games Played Online Between Hive Masters, Average Players And Complete Newbies Written For Players Of All Skill Levels, This Book Starts With The Very Basics Hive Rules, Bugs, Notation And Common Hive Formations The Book Continues With A Chapter On Strategy, Four Chapters Covering Elementary Tactics Like The Pin And The Cover, And Follows With Sixteen Advanced Chapters Including The Shutout, The Squeeze, Counting Bugs And Counting TempoIt Even Includes Chapters On The Popular Expansion Bugs Concluding With Beginners Mistakes, Hive Openings And Unofficial Expansion Bugs, This Book Has Something For Everyone


10 thoughts on “Play Hive like a champion

  1. says:

    Hive is a relatively recent game, first published in 2001, but it s become quite popular among abstract game fans, with a number of places to play it online It s frequently called bug chess there is no board, just satisfyingly solid bakelite pieces you can lay down on any surface It s the ideal t


  2. says:

    A relevant book about Hive and it seems the only one so far The text is quite dry, but the information would save the reader hundreds of hours of spent on lost games.On a second thought, the writing is atrocious Page 31 The majority of games end in the midgame But sometimes, neither player can for


  3. says:

    It is said that there are books about chess than any other sport Part of the reason for this is that there is a notation system that allows players to replay games from the past and follow the annotations of stronger players Randy Ingersoll s book gives Hive players a notation system, while at the


  4. says:

    If you like Hive, this is truly a must read I was worried that it would spoil the discovery of figuring out the game After reading it, I realized that it opened my eyes to how all the units work together.It is a bit of a dry read, but the examples are clear and complete I still stink at the game, bu


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