The common point of the Concurrent lines from the Tangent points of
a Triangle's Incircle to
the opposite Vertices. It has Triangle Center Function

It is the Isotomic Conjugate Point of the Nagel Point. The Contact Triangle and Tangential Triangle are perspective from the Gergonne point.

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Kimberling, C. ``Gergonne Point.'' http://cedar.evansville.edu/~ck6/tcenters/class/gergonne.html.

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