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Clinton wrote on 2003-02-20 UTCExcellent ★★★★★
I must say that this sounds very awesome. It's a bummer that there are no
more 4-way chess sets being made. I am dedicated to playing this however,
and so I am on a mission to make my own board and peices, or just paint
one set different colors. In any case, I'm gonna try it, and i'm sure
i'll enjoy it. Either I missed it, or it just wasn't mentioned, but on
partners communication? can players hint at what they want their
team-mates to do? or are they supposed to see it. the seeing it would be
much more interesting. Anyway, E-mail me at if you
have any comments or answers. Thanks. 

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