Originally posted by Moxlonibus
I used to have a close circle of friends that studied chess, and we played a game we called hungry hungry hippos (No!!! Not that game) It involved your opponent playing black and copying your moves as white. It was basically a study in tempo and if black castled with white to king side it was game over for them. BUT, if black at that point in the game cas ...[text shortened]... played the game before.
Any info on the games name and origins would be greatly appreciated.
On a side note, from your profile you like palindromes, have you heard this one:
A man, a plan, a canal. PANAMA!
I didn't know there was a formal game based on copy moves but that can only last so long I thought.