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Adam DeWitt wrote on 2020-08-18 UTC

From my testing, the bug you described doesn't seem to pop up in the other presets I made using similar code. But those presets included code for a piece called the Heavenly Tetrarch, which wasn't allowed to skip the second part of its igui move. This piece does not exist in Chu Shogi, so I removed that part of the code when making the preset.

[Edit] This bug is now fixed. The lines that told the code to exit the do loop early after passing the second part of a double move were placed too far in. In the other presets, they were in the correct spots, but I had forgotten to update their position after deleting the code preventing the Tetrarch from passing its igui move in the Chu Shogi preset.


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