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Sadane was a test of quick thinking and analytical depth, in which the contestants took turns expressing criticisms of a mutually agreed-upon object. 
In a normal game of Sadane two contestants exchanged politely worded insults for several minutes until one was unable to response, either because they admited defeat or because they could think of nothing else to say. The sarcastic Kasuga rarely lose. 
Your kimono is most lovely. My grandmother had one like it when she was your age, I believe.
-From a Sadane contestant
Each point must be a new contribution to the argument, not a restatement of something already said. The first contestant to be caught at a loss loses the match, although adjudicated sadane contests allowed the judge to give credit for style of expression. 
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