There's a shape called "The Golden Rectangle". Have you heard of it?
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It refers to a rectangle that's approximately contstructed in the ratio of 9 to 16. The golden rectangle has several characteristics. Let's say I create a square within this shape. Then, this smaller rectangle that I just created will also be a
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That is, if I pick a direction opposite the current direction does turn order immediately reverse?
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golden_cow2 wrote:
That is, if I pick a direction opposite the current direction does turn order immediately reverse?


No, it's only indicating the flow of play for the next Game Turn.
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In a 4P game, if the 2nd player to pass is equidistant to the 1st player, do you reverse aw well, or keep it the same?
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The second player to pass will choose the direction. Their proximity doesn't matter.
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