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Way to redefine the surreal numbers

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the numbers are not arbitrary.

they are the "number" of moves remaining for Left.
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You can construct surreal numbers as equivalent classes of non-confused combinatorial games. That way, there are no such thing as birthday anymore. You get the entire surreal numbers all at once.

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