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'''Derada''' is a board [[game]] played in the [[24th century]].
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'''Durotta''' is a board [[game]] played in the [[24th century]].
   
It uses rectangular and cylindrical pieces, some of which have holes drilled through them, on a round game board. When [[Tom Paris]] played the game with [[B'Elanna Torres]], he always opened with a move known as the [[Novakovich gambit]], because she always fell for it. Paris described Derada as a game of "subtlety." ({{VOY|Night}})
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It uses rectangular and cylindrical pieces, some of which have holes drilled through them, on a round game board. When [[Tom Paris]] played the game with [[B'Elanna Torres]], he always opened with a move known as the [[Novakovich gambit]], because she always fell for it. Paris described durotta as a game of "subtlety." ({{VOY|Night}})
   
:''The ''[[Star Trek: Voyager Companion]]'' spells the name of the game "durotta."''
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:''Durotta uses the pieces and board of the game [[Wikipedia:Quarto (board game)|Quarto]].''
 
:''Derada uses the pieces and board of the game [[Wikipedia:Quarto (board game)|Quarto]].''
 
   
 
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Revision as of 19:25, May 26, 2008

Durotta is a board game played in the 24th century.

It uses rectangular and cylindrical pieces, some of which have holes drilled through them, on a round game board. When Tom Paris played the game with B'Elanna Torres, he always opened with a move known as the Novakovich gambit, because she always fell for it. Paris described durotta as a game of "subtlety." (VOY: "Night")

Durotta uses the pieces and board of the game Quarto.
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