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reviewed Leave Open When should I play my land for my turn?
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revised Brushfire Side Mission - Counting Distance through walls
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reviewed Looks OK Looking for a horror boardgame I used to play back in 1999 or so
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reviewed No Action Needed What would be the reasons for not having Jokers in a deck?
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reviewed No Action Needed What are the most busted cards in Agricola?
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reviewed No Action Needed Rubber bridge and whether or not to duck
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revised Bridge bidding response after rho overcalls at 2 level and you have stoppers and 14 pts
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reviewed No Action Needed Bridge bidding response after rho overcalls at 2 level and you have stoppers and 14 pts
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reviewed No Action Needed Can I counter a creature with Shroud?
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comment Why is “LGS” the standard term for a game store?
Welcome to B&CG.SE! Thanks for your question. I've changed out your tags. The tags you originally included are meant to identify questions about specific games and don't relate to the question you are asking.
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revised Why is “LGS” the standard term for a game store?
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reviewed No Action Needed Replacing ships after taking control of enemy ports
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reviewed Close Reveillark death trigger
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comment Which US states have the highest Magic: the Gathering participation?
@Rainbolt A full list, no. But if you had some spare time on your hands and a list of zip codes that were all 25 miles or so apart (creating a grid of the US), you could use the search tool to find the number of shops that run a sanctioned event. You'd have to run a separate search for each zip code and then remove duplicates afterward (or write a script to do the searches). That's why I said it was terrible to query, especially since it only shows you a maximum of 30 stores at a time.
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comment Which US states have the highest Magic: the Gathering participation?
The way I was thinking about going about this was to determine the number of DCI members per state, but this information wasn't readily available. Hypothetically, you could go through and figure out the number of DCI sanctioned shops in each state (available at the DCI website, although terrible to query), which is probably related to demand for participation. That gets to be very back-of-the-napkin type math, so I'm not sure it would fit the scope of your question.
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reviewed Reject Guillotine: Swapping hands and drawing cards - evil move!
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reviewed No Action Needed Will transforming Thing in the Ice with a token-summoning spell bounce my tokens?