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awarded  Autobiographer
Apr
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comment In Monopoly, Is it OK for a third party to make a trade with a player who is about to lose?
@mattdm (and Chris Dodd) The last is not a house rule. It is part of the game. You are selling Boardwalk for $1000.
Apr
3
comment Do you still pay 10x the dice when getting the chance card that takes you to the nearest utility if the property is mortgaged?
Do you have anything to back this up? The railroad card is worded differently. It specifically says twice what is entitled. If it is mortgaged, you are entitled to nothing.
Apr
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asked Do you still pay 10x the dice when getting the chance card that takes you to the nearest utility if the property is mortgaged?
Sep
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comment What happens if a player has 5 cards and forgets to exchange them in Risk?
I like this. What do you think of adding in that the mid-turn armies must be placed with armies that that you placed at the beginning of the turn?
Sep
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asked What happens if a player has 5 cards and forgets to exchange them in Risk?
Aug
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Aug
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accepted Is it always better to play a knight immediately?
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awarded  Nice Question
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Aug
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revised Is it always better to play a knight immediately?
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Aug
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comment Is it always better to play a knight immediately?
@JoeW It was a three player game, so wanting it on someone else doesn't make sense. The only thing I can think of is that maybe he was keeping track of what people had better than I was and knew the guy in the lead already had a bunch of what it was on and it would have been better on something he needed, e.g. it was on ore, maybe he already had a bunch of ore and I would have been better off moving it to the guy's wheat tile.
Aug
14
comment Is it always better to play a knight immediately?
That was my thinking. But the guy reacted so strongly, I was wondering if I had missed something.
Aug
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awarded  Student
Aug
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comment Is it always better to play a knight immediately?
It was not blocking him. It was an ore tile I think and I know it was either a 6 or an 8.
Aug
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asked Is it always better to play a knight immediately?
Jan
15
comment Good Euchre bidding strategy guide?
@bwarner Guess I should change me disclaimer to "It's been a REALLY LONG while since I played"
Aug
16
answered Good Euchre bidding strategy guide?