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I recently picked up the iOS port for Haggis. Although I own the physical version, and you can play it online at boardgamearena, playing versus the iOS AI has been my first experience with the game.

I generally beat the AI pretty handily at this point but I'm wondering if this is one of those games where the AI employs a strategy that can be successful against novices but cannot compete with even moderately experienced players.

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My perspective is having never played Haggis until i played it on the ipad. I have quite a bit of Tichu experience.
The AI offered competition to me for about 5 games. After that i can beat it 4/5 of the time.

So overall i think it is a good way to learn the game, but will not help you get ahead online

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