Once you have learned to play
the game of Triandro, you will want to improve your playing
strategy. The following section offers a few suggestions
to help you improve your playing strategy and to make Triandro
that much more fun to play.
• It is not always the best idea to capture full triangles too quickly. When you capture a triangle, you will weaken ur board position. If you have a large, full triangle which controls quite a bit of territory, you can fill it with stones, create other triangles, and at the same time control a majority on the board.
• When you have full triangles on the board (triangles which are eligible for capturing), it is often a good idea to fill these triangles with your stones. When you do finally capture the triangle, you can recover more of your stones and have them available for further use in the game.
• Try to avoid placing stones in the center of the board on points which will not be occupied by your full triangles. The points in the center of the board are the weakest positions to place your stones. Also, try to avoid creating triangles which will be destroyed when a capture takes place.
• Try to force your opponent to take full triangles as soon as possible. This is done by creating your own full triangles which contain the corner stone’s of your opponent's full