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Choose a simple game (not found in the reading) and describe its Constitutive Rules, Operational Rules, and (at least 3…) Implicit Rules. Let’s look at “Go Fish” as an example of these three concepts. In “Go Fish” the operational rules … Continue reading

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1. A simple game to analyze here is Connect Four. Operational rules: – The game involves 2 players, no more and no less – Pieces must be dropped from the top row down – The game ends when a diagonal … Continue reading

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1. Farkle operational rules: -player take turns rolling six dice -the following are worth points –1′s – 100 –5′s – 50 –three-of-a-kind (111 = 1000, all others worth base times 100, e.g. 222 = 200) –123456 – 1000 -if the … Continue reading

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1. Example – Gomoku (Five in a Row) Operational rules: a) The game requires two players. It’s played on a Go game board with Go pieces. b) Each player takes turn placing his/her one of his representational pieces (black or … Continue reading

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Reading Notes 2 | Xiaotian Chen (1 day late)

1. A simple Nim game Operational Rules: Two players take turns removing stones from a same heap of stones. On each turn, a player must remove at least 1, at most 2 stones. The one who removes the last stone … Continue reading

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Reading Response 2 1. Minesweeper Constitutive Rules: Game is played on a grid of variable size A variable amount of random grid spaces are marked A grid space is chosen if the grid space had been marked, then the player … Continue reading

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1. Choose a simple game (not found in the reading) and describe its Constitutive Rules, Operational Rules, and (at least 3…) Implicit Rules. Candyland: Operational Rules – Each player makes his or her way through the board by drawing cards … Continue reading

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Kevin | Reading Response 2

1| One game that I chose to write about is Korean Leg Fighting. To describe the rules of the game, I have decided to divide the rules into three different categories of constitutive, operational, and implicit. Constitutive Rules: There should … Continue reading

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1. Four Square Game Constitutive Rules: -Must be in a location with a four square court. -Must have a bouncy handball. Operational Rules: -Players take turns serving. -Ball must bounce once in own square, and either bounce in the opponents … Continue reading

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1. For my sample game, I’ll use Ludovic Monblanc’s “Cash n’ Guns.” The Operational Rules are: Forty “money” tokens, numbered in values of $5,000, $10,000, and $20,000, are placed face-down in random order. 5 money tokens are turned face-up. Each … Continue reading

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Reading Response 2

Question 1 Go Fish Operational rules: 1.      One of the players shuffles the deck of cards and deals seven cards to each player 2.      The remaining cards are placed in a pile in the center of the players to be … Continue reading

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Choose a simple game (not found in the reading) and describe its Constitutive Rules, Operational Rules, and (at least 3…) Implicit Rules. I will use the example of a folk card game known as Egyptian Poker.  THE OPERATIONAL RULES FOR … Continue reading

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Reading Response 2 – Saje

Reading Response 2-Saje

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Reading Response 2

Questions: 1. Choose a simple game (not found in the reading) and describe its Constitutive Rules, Operational Rules, and (at least 3…) Implicit Rules. A simple game that comes to mind is Hide and Go Seek. There may be variants to the … Continue reading

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Reading Notes 2 1. Choose a simple game (not found in the reading) and describe its Constitutive Rules, Operational Rules, and (at least 3…) Implicit Rules. Scrabble Constitutive Rules: –         Players begin with a value of zero -          … Continue reading

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Reading note #2

1. Chinese Checkers Constitutive Rules Players know that finally they will be able to put all their pieces to the destination area and they estimate how long the game will averagely take. The shape and size of the board can … Continue reading

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Question 1 Rules of Rock Paper Scissors Operative Rules: 1. Two players engage in the game. 2. The players simultaneously chant “rock, paper, scissors” while moving their clenched fist up and down in rhythm to the chant. 3. After the … Continue reading

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