11. The Nine Situations

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Ground on which each side has liberty of movement is open ground.

There are various interpretations of the Chinese adjective for this type of ground. Ts`ao Kung says it means "ground covered with a network of roads," like a chessboard. Ho Shih suggested: "ground on which intercommunication is easy."

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