Consider a version of chess where (1) the board has four ranks and two columns, (2) each player starts with


Consider a version of chess where (1) the board has four ranks and two columns, (2) each player starts with two pawns, on the rank closest to them, (3) pawns may move one step forward into a vacant square or capture an enemy pawn diagonally, (4) White moves first, (5) a player who gets a pawn to their fourth rank wins the game, and (6) the first player who cannot move loses the game. If both sides play optimally, Black wins.
a. True
b. False


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