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Most games are partisan; for example in chess, only one player can move the white pieces.
Partisan games are more difficult to analyze than impartial games, as the Sprague-Grundy theorem does not apply. However, the application of combinatorial game theory to partisan games allows the significance of numbers as games to be seen, in a way that is not possible with impartial games.
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