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Someone who plays, or teaches the play of games for a living. Examples abound in golf, tennis, and other sports, as well as sedentary games like bridge, chess, and go.
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a race from the fictional Warhammer 40,000 universe. They are described as being muscular humanoids, with green skin and a penchant for violence. The orks live for war and constantly figh…
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a cyberpunk-themed collectible card game. The two players are the Corp (who wins by completing Agendas) and the Runner (who wins by infiltrating the Corp and liberating Agendas). When the…
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a card game where players try to gain influence by constructing buildings and selling building materials. The game is unstable, and many building combinations are extremely powerful -…
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a study of strategic decision making. More formally, it is "the study of mathematical models of conflict and cooperation between intelligent rational decision-makers."
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a trick-taking card game commonly played with four people in two partnerships with a deck of 24 standard playing cards. After the deal a suit is chosen as the trump suit, with the cards of …
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a trick-based card game where the players compete against each other to avoid taking Hearts and the Queen of Spades.
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a Spiel des Jahres winning board game by Donald Vaccarino.
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an expansion for Carcassonne that introduces a river into the initial set-up. It has been replaced by the distinct River II expansion.
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Effects of board size in games that have variable boards, like Tafl and Go.
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Yahtzee meets worker-placement... in space! Roll your ships (dice), then place them to gain resources, loot alien artifacts, found colonies, and crush your opponents.
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an expansion for Agricola, containing four small expansion decks (X, O, CZ, and L; 24 cards each), new player boards, stickers to label adults and children, and custom meeples…
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A family of rail-building games where players draw track on the board, use that track to fulfill delivery orders, and use the money they earn to expand their rail system. Games include Empire Builder…
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Puerto Rico's card-driven little brother. Players choose from various roles to try to create the most impressive buildings in the city of San-Juan. This game is shorter than Puerto Rico, playing in a…
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Players race to get rid of all their cards by 'melding' groups that are all of the same rank, or of consecutive ranks in the same suit.
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a tournament style where players buy six booster packs, and assemble a deck from them. New players have the same chance to get cards as anyone else, so this levels the playing field a b…
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the board game implementation of the famous video game StarCraft.
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games that were designed to provide you with rules and component files which you can print out on your home printer and play.
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Go problems, typically about life and death situations.
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Order of play, seating order, and related issues.
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Questions about different versions of the same game.
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a collaborative game in which players take the role of a survivor – each with unique abilities – and harness both their skills and the power of teamwork against the hordes of unthinking u…
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an available army in Warhammer 40K, with an emphasis on long-ranged combat.
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A Living Card Game (LCG) produced by Fantasy Flight Games set in the original trilogy Star Wars Universe.
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a worker-placement game where players compete to earn the most points by hunting, gathering, making tools, reproducing, gathering resources, trading, and buildin…
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A fantasy game where player characters move around a board fighting monsters, gaining treasure and magic items, encountering special spaces, and ultimately vying to be the first to ascend to the Crown…
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Studying seriously to improve one's skill in a game.
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a board game originally published in 1994 by Wizards of the Coast and re-released in 2005 under the Avalon Hill label. Players assume control of one Robot Control Computer in a widget fa…
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Game based on the traditional Middle-Eastern game of Okey. You try to get rid of all your tiles by forming numbers into runs of 3 or more, or groups of 3-4 of a kind. Played tiles become communal and …