This version uses less RPi GPIOs and 2 4511 ICs Random first player.The “jump” between the LEDs is random.When a player wins, he starts the next service. First player to reach 9 wins the game.
This is a ping-pong look-alike but the maximum score is 9 instead of 11 due to
the use of only one 7 segment display per player.
To run it just copy this file to your home directory (usually /home/pi) and
execute the following command in the Raspberry command line
sudo python ~/ping-pongv1.py
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