Bernd
07/24/2020 (Fri) 18:55:32
No.38780
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>>38766

Wait. Let's see an example.

>Each territory has an assigned numerical value running from 1 to the number of territories.

Let's say there are 20 territories, each get a number from 1 to 20.

>In the beginning through any random process each player gets [(number of players + 1)/number of territories] numbers

Let's say there are 5 players. That means: (5+1) / 20 = 0,3?

Shouldn't that be the other way around? 20/(5+1) = 3(,33333)? So each player would get 3 territories? And the 5 which left, would become independent.

Wait. Let's see an example.

>Each territory has an assigned numerical value running from 1 to the number of territories.

Let's say there are 20 territories, each get a number from 1 to 20.

>In the beginning through any random process each player gets [(number of players + 1)/number of territories] numbers

Let's say there are 5 players. That means: (5+1) / 20 = 0,3?

Shouldn't that be the other way around? 20/(5+1) = 3(,33333)? So each player would get 3 territories? And the 5 which left, would become independent.