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This is super clear in the rules. Under Build in the Game Rules section: You cannot build more pieces than what is available in your pool—a maximum of 5 settlements, 4 cities, and 15 roads. Then, later, under Build (Building) in the Almanac: You can build as many items and buy as many cards as you desire—as long as you have enough resources ...
No, unless you have lost a settlement. Check the contents list of the game to see if you have every settlement pawn for that color.
No. Supplies are finite. If you need more settlements, you have to upgrade some to cities. As soon as you upgrade one settlement to a city, the settlement returns to your supply. The same goes for roads and cities, they too run out. As such, the longest possible road has length 15 (or 30 if you include ships from the Seafarers expansion).
****EDITED**** With Catan being partially a game of luck, using a recording system the same way you would with Go, might not yield usable data that you can learn from. Games like Go and Chess are 100% skill. Such that, if I played chess with Bobby Fischer, he'd beat me 100 games out of 100. Setters of Catan, on the other hand, is a cooperative game and ...
No, there can't be two winners at the same time even if they have the same point total. You can win only on your turn. Player C wins, because he reaches ten points (after adding the village) on his turn. If Player C started with eight points, and added a village for nine, then play would continue to Player A. That's true even though Player B has ten ...
No it is not. Development cards cannot be traded at all. From the rules, page 7: You cannot trade or give away Development Cards.
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