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X(2), X(3), X(4), X(6), X(8), X(9), X(57), X(392), X(957), X(1193), X(2183), X(3057), X(4266), X(14554), X(14555), X(14556), X(14557) 

K387 is another example of cubic passing through G, O, H, K. It contains a large number of simple ETC centers. See Table 30 for other cubics of the same type. K387 also contains
These four points are now X(14554), X(14555), X(14556), X(14557) in ETC (20170927). K387 is invariant under the involution M > GM /\ KM* where M* is the isogonal conjugate of M. 
