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Kensington is a board game devised by Brian Taylor and Peter Forbes in 1979, named after an affluent borough of London. It is played on a pattern of triangles, squares, and hexagons. The two players, red and blue, alternately place pieces on the intersections of the board until each has placed fifteen. Thereafter they alternate turns sliding a single piece along a line to an adjacent vertex. The object is to place pieces on the six vertices of a white hexagon or a hexagon of one's own colour. If a player forms a triangle, he is entitled to relocate one enemy piece. If a player forms a square, he may relocate two enemy pieces. Forming a triangle and a square simultaneously allows one to relocate only two enemy pieces.  

 
 
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