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The two big tricks to figuring out when you can go out are counting cards and figuring out how your cards will play. What's in your hand? Figure out where your "losers" are in your hand - sets where you will be unable to take control: middle triples, pairs, singletons, etc. where you have no high set to establish control. These are the cards that you play ...


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Unfortunately, it's a question of feel. After playing many hands of this (a long time ago) and being a lifetime player of games like Asshole - you just know when you can permit yourself to go for the gold, instead of the silver. I would play conservatively and try and feel out the other leaders and then go for it if I thought their hands were relatively ...


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Focus on moving your position up, seldom is a hand good enough to jump to up the top spot from a late position. Note is you have a poor hand, you will want to focus on preventing some one below you from passing you. This generally means not risking your good cards to challenge the early players. To prevent your immediate superior and those below you from ...


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You cannot know because TGD is an incomplete-information game Most you can do is look at your cards and try to develop a plan, watch the round as it unfolds, maybe try to analyze your opponents' play style much like in poker. One way to improve your seat order by strategy is to wait for the top seater(s) to make their play and to not waste your good cards ...



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