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HeX boards 121 Play Modena 2016

SCACCHIERA PLAY W

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121 cells HeX board for 10 mm tiles: print it on 210 x 297 mm sheet (A4) – Scacchiera 11 x 11 PER PEDINE ROSSE E BLU DA 10 mm – STAMPA SU A4 (210 X 297mm)

 

HEX BOARD Play LIGHT

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121 cells HeX board for 16 mm tiles: print it on 210 x 297 mm sheet (A4) – Scacchiera 11 x 11 PER PEDINE ROSSE E BLU DA 16 mm. STAMPA SU A4 (210 X 297mm)

HEX BOARD Play ORANGE

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121 cells HeX board for 16 mm tiles: print it on 210 x 297 mm sheet (A4) – Scacchiera 11 x 11 PER PEDINE ROSSE E BLU DA 16 mm – STAMPA SU A4 (210 X 297mm)

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Piergiorgio Odifreddi. Hex, Nash e la Teoria dei Giochi – Piergiorgio Odifreddi about Hex, Nash & the Game Theory. (In Italian with English & Italian subtitles)

Il Professor Piergiorgio Odifreddi, logico, matematico, scrittore e divulgatore parla del gioco Hex. Inventato da Piet Hein e dal Premio Nobel John Nash questo elegantissimo gioco di connessione ha delle particolari caratteristiche che Odifreddi descrive qui attraverso le analisi della Teoria dei Giochi fatte da Nash.

Piergiorgio Odifreddi, an Italian mathematical logic professor and science writer, talks with us about Hex, John Nash and the Game Theory.

by Cosimo Comparetto & Giùpiter

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Hex tournament in Paris – May 31 2015

This video shows third edition of the Hex tournament held by Comité International des Jeux Mathématiques on May 31, 2015 in Paris.

The tournament was dedicated to John Forbes Nash Jr. U.S. mathematician, winner of the Nobel Prize in economics and co-inventor of Hex, who passed away on May 23 2015.

Twenty-four players took part in the competition, most of them from France, but this time there were also players coming from seven different European countries, making this tournament a little bit more “international”.

Corrigendum:
There is an error in the titles of the video: when it’s written that Florian got to the semi-finals. It was not Florian, who was eliminated, but Fabien!