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There are squares on a board. The corners are where you put the game piece. If two same-colored game pieces are put next to each other, they, in effect, become one really big piece. One a piece is put down, it cannot be moved or removed unless the opponent takes it. There are also 'liberties', which are any corners that are not filled. However, they cannot be diagonal from the piece-to-be-captured. Once a piece is surrounded in this way, it is removed from the board. That, of course, is but the basic foundation of the game. Wikipedia has a much more comprehensive article: [1]

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