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  4. Sugoroku - Wikipedia

    Sugoroku (雙六 or 双六) (literally 'double six') refers to two different forms of a Japanese board game: ban-sugoroku (盤双六, 'board-sugoroku') which is similar to western tables games like Backgammon, and e-sugoroku (絵双六, 'picture-sugoroku') which is similar to western Snakes and Ladders.

  5. AlphaGo - Wikipedia

    AlphaGo was initially trained to mimic human play by attempting to match the moves of expert players from recorded historical games, using a database of around 30 million moves. Once it had reached a certain degree of proficiency, it was trained further by being set to play large numbers of games against other instances of itself, using ...

  6. Brain Games for Dementia: Why They Help, Which Games to Play

    Backgammon; Kismet; Liar’s dice; Shut the Box; Yahtzee; Card games. Card games rely on different types of playing cards to play. Card games can either use a standard deck of cards, like Rummy ...

  7. Kara Scott - Wikipedia

    Kara Scott / ˈ k ɛər ə / is a Canadian British TV personality, journalist and poker player.. Born in northern Alberta, Canada, Scott moved to the United Kingdom in 1999 and worked in the UK media until 2009 when she moved to California.

  8. List of dice games - Wikipedia

    Collectible dice games. Patterned after the success of collectible card games, a number of collectible dice games have been published. Although most of these collectible dice games are long out-of-print, there is still a small following for many of them.

  9. Game - Wikipedia

    Most games require multiple players. However, single-player games are unique in respect to the type of challenges a player faces. Unlike a game with multiple players competing with or against each other to reach the game's goal, a one-player game is a battle solely against an element of the environment (an artificial opponent), against one's own skills, against time, or against chance.