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comment How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
I don't know yet whether I agree with that viewpoint, but realizing it existed is exactly why I asked the question. Thanks for being the voice of opposition.
May
22
comment How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
I like this perspective on it.
May
22
comment How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
@mfoy_ - For Catan, probably. But there's other games where the information is less dense and easier to keep track of (such as a sum of victory points earned in Small World, or train cards taken in Ticket to Ride).
May
22
comment How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
@BrianRobbins - If it's purely your memory, absolutely not. I don't think anyone would disagree about that. But if you jot a reminder to yourself that 10 wheat has been handed out...
May
22
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May
22
comment How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
If someone has a better tag for this, please edit it in. I couldn't find a better one, which makes me worry this is off topic...
May
22
asked How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
Jan
28
comment What is the name of this solitaire variant?
It's possible that this is simply a two-deck version of some other variant, with two "locked" piles and 5 unlocked ones.
Jan
28
comment What is the name of this solitaire variant?
In official terms, there is a 10 by 5 main tableau, a 4 by 5 secondary tableau, eight foundation spots, a stock, and a discard pile. The goal is to build up in sequence by alternating color. Cards from the secondary tableau must first be played directly to a foundation. (Or something like that.)
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