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You've answered your own question here, you just haven't managed to figure out how your answer applies to the given text. AもBも is supposed to mean "Both A and B", but as far as I understand it's supposed to be followed by a predicate... It is followed by a predicate. That predicate is 当てがなくなる. Basically you can parse it out like this: (宿も食い物も) (...


This sentence has an idiom, 要求を飲む, meaning "to accept one's demand". すべて is an adverb that modifies 飲む. See the fourth definition in this entry. (BTW 要求をする does not make sense.)


It's the equivalent of a question to clarify information for further processing: "About what?" or "What is?"


This ればだ is just the ~ば conditional attached to できる and then ended with copula だ. I'm sure there was some context before this which would help us understand the second half of that conditional. So without the だ, you would just have a first half of the conditional: 無量大数以上の局面をすべて把握できれば If you can grasp the incredible number of possibilities of the board [...]...

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