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Subject: Strategy for Oshi - Grouping and Cornering rss

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Mike Ellis
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The strategy in OSHI is all about pushing your own pieces in groups and "trapping" other pieces.

The corners are very important too. If you can get an opponents piece in the corner of the board and your piece in the diagonal section next to the corner then you have that piece beat. (albeit that piece can be "rescued" but don't let this happen). Thus, it is also important to keep your pieces away from the corners.

Keep away from the sides of the board. Given this is your opponents only way of knocking you off try to avoid the sides. Forcing opponents to the side of the board is the first step in winning.

The amount of pieces you have on the board is going to help you trap other pieces do not idly let your 1 pieces get taken.

Also, DO NOT lose your 3 pieces. Not only is it way to many points for your opponent, you need them to win. Get them out of the corners immediately. Preferably pushing your own pieces to the middle of the board with them.

Always move your pieces in groups. And anticipate where your opponent is going to force you. Placing your own pieces in the way of his advance. Remember the limitations on how many pieces a piece can push is part of your defence!

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