"Master Y" is a variant of the "game of Y" described by Schensted and Titus in their book "Mudcrack Y and Play-Y" (1975).
The goal of "Master Y" is the same as for "the game of Y": to connect three edges of a triangular board with a chain of stones of your color. The only difference is that the game is balanced without using the pie rule: the first player starts by placing one stone in any unoccupied cell and then both players take turns alternately placing two stones in two different unoccupied cells each turn.
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