Miguel (working on TENNISmind...)
(from Valencia, Spain)
My latest game: Big*Bang, a simple abstract about the first minutes of the Universe
My best-rated game: TETRARCHIA, about the tetrarchy that saved Rome
I have played a few rounds against the AI, and it is a real challenge... (I'm not used to play with advanced rules). I spotted a mistake during the end game, though:
If the defender parries the advance and attack, then it is handled as in the standard game but if the defender retreats, then the winner is determined only by which figure has moved furthest down the board.
I ended a round with advance and attack, but the computer gave the winner according to who had more direct attack cards... and it wasn't me!
EDIT: Well, I cannot find this sentence in the French rules of the latest version (Ferti), so maybe you can win by choosing the final distance, even if you are retreating after an advance+attack...