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 If you are here, then you're probably not looking for long complicated descriptions of math principles. You're looking for some fun...We have two games here related to the Golden Ratio. The Fibonacci Sequence Game      Upon a table a random number of stones stand piled up. The first player can extract from the pile any number of stones, but not all of them. Then, each player has his turn at taking one or more stones, but no more then double the stones taken by his opponent in his previous turn. The winner is the player that gets to remove the last stone(s) from the pile.(Hint: Try writing the number in the Fibonacci base) The Tziansitzi Game       The Tziansitzi game, which translated means “the choosing of the stones”, is a popular game in China. Two players take turns at extracting stones from two heaps. Each turn a player can extract the same number of stones from both heaps, or a particular number of stones from an individual heap. The winner is the player that extracts the last stone. | home | introduction | constructions | biology | aesthetics | games | about | contact | Created by Andi, Mel, and Shuj for Thinkquest Internet Challenge 2000