Logic Games - Numerical distributions

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Logic Games - Numerical distributions

Postby biggus_maccus » Tue Jul 17, 2012 4:13 pm

Is it possible for a fixed numerical distribution game to have more than one possible numerical distribution?

I am just trying into wrap my head around the Powerscore taxonomy.


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Re: Logic Games - Numerical distributions

Postby Oscar85 » Thu Jul 19, 2012 12:11 am

As in grouping game? Defined fixed? I don't think it's possible... Isn't defined-fixed one that tells you "table has 3-3-2"... If it were to tell you that there are three tables, and there are nine members, then yeah, there would be many depending on the rules. Such at 7-1-1, 6-2-1, etc.

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Re: Logic Games - Numerical distributions

Postby buckilaw » Thu Jul 19, 2012 12:35 am

Fixed is just that, fixed. If you have a distribution like 2-2-3 that could also be 2-3-2, or 3-2-2, then you have a defined moving/shifting/non-static distribution.

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