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Play Reversi or Othelo on a virtual board game

The board game Reversi is a two-player game. One player has the black stones (you), the other the white ones (the computer).

The players alternatingly set stones on the board, black starts. When it is your turn and you place a stone, any of the opponent color stones that get caught between two of your stones are flipped, so they change color.

You may only set a piece if doing so will flip at least one other piece. Otherwise, you have to pass, and it's again your opponent's turn.

The game ends when either the board is full, or neither player can make a move. At that moment, the player who has the most pieces of his color has won. Draws are possible. ==================

You move first, playing the Black pieces.

You play a piece by clicking the mouse on an unoccupied square. This puts one of your pieces into that square. The idea is to trap one or more of your opponent's pieces between two of your pieces. Those opponent's pieces then change color to become your pieces.

When either you or your opponent cannot play another piece, the game is over. The winner is the one with the most pieces.===============

The objective of this classic strategy game, also known as Reversi, is to finish the game with the greater amount of pieces (circles) of the same color.

In this version, the computer plays with white pieces and The Player with blacks . Analyze the best option to strategically place a black piece in such a way that it manages to lock up the greater amount of white pieces between blacks, turning them black. Obviously you have to think various moves in advance to plan your strategy and make a move.

You’re black and you’re playing against the computer. Place a black piece so that one or more white pieces are in-between that piece and any other black pieces. Then, all of those white pieces will be flipped over and become black. Whoever has the most pieces of their color at the end wins. Right now, the computer moves so fast that you can’t really see what happens. I’m going to see if I can figure out how to slow it down a little.

Author: Alessandro Aldo 'Kazuma' Garbagnati
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