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<hex>R5 C10 Vg1 Sa1 Sa2 Sa3 Sa4 Sb1 Sb2 Sb3 Sc1 Sc2 Sd1 Sd2 Se1 Si1 Sj1 Sj2</hex>
 
<hex>R5 C10 Vg1 Sa1 Sa2 Sa3 Sa4 Sb1 Sb2 Sb3 Sc1 Sc2 Sd1 Sd2 Se1 Si1 Sj1 Sj2</hex>
 
== Sixth row edge template ==
 
== Sixth row edge template ==
There are almost certainly no edge templates with one stone on the [[Sixth row|sixth row]], but this is unproven.
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<hex>
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R6 C18
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Sa1 Sb1 Sc1 Sd1 Se1 Sf1 Sg1 Sh1 Si1 Sj1 Rl1 Sn1 So1 Sp1 Sq1 Sr1
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Sa2 Sb2 Sc2 Sd2 Se2 Sf2 Sq2 Sr2
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Sa3 Sb3 Sc3 Sd3 Sr3
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Sa4 Sb4
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Sa5
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</hex>
  
 
[[Category: Edge templates]]
 
[[Category: Edge templates]]

Revision as of 23:37, 11 January 2009

Here you can see some known edge templates with one stone to be connected to the bottom row. Not all of them are useful to know. The fifth-row template occurs very seldom in real play.

There is some overlap with the article Edge templates everybody should know.

First row edge template


Second row edge template


Third row edge templates

Edge template III1a

Also known as the Ziggurat. Ziggurat.png

Edge template III1b

Template-1-3b.png


Fourth row edge templates

Edge template IV1a

Template-1-4a.png

Edge template IV1b

Template-1-4b.png

Edge template IV1c


Edge template IV1d


Fifth row edge template


Sixth row edge template