Ive heard that Checkers has been solved (that its outcome with perfect play has been determinedits a draw). Has Camelot been solved?
Solving Camelot appears to be unthinkable. No one is close to solving Chess, and Camelot would clearly be significantly more difficult to solve. Thats because Camelot has a bigger board than Chess (160 squares vs. 64 squares), and Camelot positions have, on average, many more possible moves than Chess (a maximum of over 3,500 possible moves vs. a maximum of less than 200).
- Ive heard that Checkers has been solved (that its outcome with perfect play has been determinedits a draw). Has Camelot been solved?
- I have heard that pretend play is very important. How does Kindermusik use pretend play for the children aged 5 to 7 years?
- I have heard SunSmart doesn allow children to go outside and play in the middle of the day. Is this true?