The challenge of Osiron's circles

Intermediate game rules and set up

Players set up their playing pieces according to one of the diagrams both agree upon below. There is a new game objective though. Since neither player starts with a completed circle, the first to fully occupy any one of the gameboard’s seven circles before their opponent does is the winner. Is there a player advantage to any of the diagrams?




























Intermediate gameboards with varying player objectives

Players set up their playing pieces according to one of the diagrams both agree upon below, and another unique game objective is created. With these diagrams, the light colored player starts with a completed middle circle, so they must fully occupy any one of their six remaining circles. The dark colored player starts with no completed circles, so they can fully occupy any of the gameboard’s seven circles. The first player to meet their objective is the winner. Is there a player advantage to being the light or dark color?




















Additional intermediate scenarios

Players set up their playing pieces according to one of the diagrams both agree upon below, and a few final game objectives are created. With these diagrams, each player begins with either zero, one, or two completed circles. Depending upon the diagram being played, players must fully occupy any one of their remaining circles. The first player to meet their objective is the winner. Which player has the advantage, if any?













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