open game


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open game

n
(Chess & Draughts) chess a relatively simple game involving open ranks and files, permitting tactical play, and usually following symmetrical development. Compare closed game
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O-Tar himself might have played for you had you not angered him, but now you will be played for in an open game by slaves and criminals, and you will belong to the side that wins--not to a single warrior, but to all who survive the game."
Life had been for him an open game, and he had played for high stakes.
"In a very open game we had many chances to score and didn't finish our chances," Antioch coach Marni Polakow said.
He reckons it will be an open game and is on the Glens to win 3-2 at 33-1.
The "Open Game" Armenian Open Championship of Developers of Computer and Mobile Games, organized already
Spurs tried to attack and take Everton on, and the result was a thrillingly open game for everyone although managers in the dug out are never as keen on such open games.
Two games later, she won her first French Open game at the 15th attempt and came close to levelling when she had break point in the fourth.
Young is hoping for an open game on Sunday with relegation-threatened Spurs adopting an attacking approach.
The Australians picked their best available team in anticipation of a fast, open game but Fiji's selections have forced a re-think.
'If we can get parity up front, which is key as we play similar styles, it is going to be a really exciting and open game.
It was probably this quality that led to the name Entabeni, which means "place of the mountain." This is truly a perfect setting for an adventurous safari in open game vehicles.