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age 28
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Employed as a Software Engineer at ICT Automatisering. Studied Computer Science & Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology.

Interested in Algorithms, AI, Best Practises.

Mostly active with C# and Javascript.


Jul
16
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
12
revised Countermeasures to “analysis paralysis”?
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Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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comment What happens if an action card makes another queued action card impossible?
As I mentioned in the question, we already read the part in the rules about which card gets to be played. The confusion is about what happens to the one that doesn't get played. Like Jonathan Hobbs said, I don't see where it says the card should be discarded.
Nov
29
comment Is there a situation or way that a sabotage run is a good idea in TI:3?
This is actually a very good point. The sabotage run allows you to specifically target the War Sun.
Nov
29
accepted Is there a situation or way that a sabotage run is a good idea in TI:3?
Nov
12
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
20
awarded  Yearling
Oct
16
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
14
accepted Is it a good idea in TI:3 to play with fixed alliances?
Aug
14
comment Is it a good idea in TI:3 to play with fixed alliances?
I would just like to add another reason why it's probably not a good idea.. Coordinating everything between the teams would be so benificial that it would become more of a 1v1 where all players on one team agree on every move each player takes.
Aug
14
asked What happens if an action card makes another queued action card impossible?
Dec
19
awarded  Good Question
Oct
20
awarded  Yearling
Dec
11
awarded  Quorum
Nov
3
comment Is there a situation or way that a sabotage run is a good idea in TI:3?
Don't you have a higher chance of just scoring two hits on the warsun? (I didn't do the math)
Oct
26
awarded  Beta
Oct
23
comment Diplomacy “lite”?
@Mag, oh yeah, I forgot about the open negotiations thing. This indeed makes it less like Diplomacy. I still felt pretty similar to when I played Diplomacy though, when it came to alliances and backstabbing. Next to that, it makes playing the game a lot easier and faster. You don't have to hassle with going to seperate rooms the whole time. Anyway, when playing Diplomacy face-to-face (as opposed to playing through mail or online), you also can have a bit of a clue of what is going on behind your back.
Oct
23
awarded  Scholar
Oct
23
accepted Is pretending to want to trade before playing a monopoly card objectionable?