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comment What are a blackjack dealer's options?
Nice answer - I should definitely amend the scope of my answer to clarify that dealers have no options when it comes to decisions on whether or not hit or stay.
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comment Ways different people enjoy board games
Perhaps, and perhaps it's not dominant, but it's definitely present in both my mother and my wife.
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comment Ways different people enjoy board games
I think another possible addition would be the "Joy of Building" or "Joy of Creating" - I'm thinking of people who like to build "nice" cities in Carcassonne or are worried as much about aesthetics as points when placing tiles in Suburbia.
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comment Trash an Estate or Curse your opponents? Full Version
Agreed. The question is where to draw the line. I won't bother cursing against a Chapel or a Jack of All Trades. I will certainly curse against a Remodel or an Island. I'd like a more quantitative / objective way of evaluating the choice.
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comment In Guillotine, do Noble abilities work from the score area?
No, that was all shooting from the hip--which is why I only made it a comment.
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comment In Guillotine, do Noble abilities work from the score area?
With Master Spy, the movement doesn't depend on where he is in line, but the key word move is the same. To be wholly consistent, it could be phrased "move this card from where it is in line to the end of the line", but I think the authors chose a reasonable, natural-sounding phrasing instead (not even assuming it was a deliberate choice).