United Kingdom TRAX Association.

Information for newcomers.

If you are interested in abstract strategy games then TRAX may well be a game for you. The best thing for you to do first is to check out the TRAX resource page for more information on the game itself at the home of TRAX in New Zealand. Specifically you'll want to take a look at the TRAX FAQ.

Next, you might want to sign up on Richard Rognlie's PBEM server. One of the games it allows you to play is TRAX and so puts you in immediate touch with other TRAX players all around the world. You will need to get to grips with the TRAX notation system and there is software available which will allow you to enter TRAX moves and display TRAX board positions on computer.

Of course nothing beats getting your own set of tiles and playing other folks live. Don't forget to send in the registration slip inside the box which gives you free membership of the UKTA for one year. We'll keep you informed about TRAX events through our quarterly newsletter.

If you catch the TRAX bug you can enter your name into the UK TRAX rankings and maybe show up at one or two of the tournaments which we organise.

If you have any suggestions or questions about TRAX, particularly TRAX in the UK or about these web pages please contact: trax@rapidagent.netkonect.co.uk

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Last modified: 3rd September 1996