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From the rule book: The object of the game is to score the highest number of total points. Points can be scored by: ◆ Claiming a Route between two adjacent cities on the map; ◆ Successfully completing a Continuous Path of routes between two cities listed on your Destination Ticket(s); ◆ Completing the Longest Continuous Path of routes You ...


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Everyone I've ever played with count as long as you have a train route that connects to both ends on the card you are good to go. You don't need 'Make a new route'. That is a large part of the fun of the game and the challenge to decide if to draw more destination tickets near the end. "will I already be connected to some? Or will I only need one more ...


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In Ticket to Ride, any segments you have placed can and will work for any Routes you wish to complete. By sheer luck he pulled one that required very little additional track and re-used much existing track. It's unfortunate for you as an opponent, but it is something both of you can leverage, legally. Reading the Official Rules PDF doesn't seem to call ...


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Why? As far as the rules go you could just look it up (see other answers/comments). I'm going to assume instead you are asking the philosophical/mechanical reasons for this. One of the key ways to reduce your opponent's score in Ticket to Ride is to stop them making tickets so that they get negative points for them at the end of the game. On the original ...



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