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Top new questions this week:

How does Panglacial Wurm and Imoti interact?

Let's say I control Imoti, Celebrant of Bounty. I then cast Panglacial Wurm while searching my library. Panglacial Wurm will have cascade. Since the library is kept in the same order while searching, ...

asked by programmer 4 votes
answered by Arthur 11 votes

Does anyone know where this weird blue and green laughing chess set is from?

I found this really weird chess set at a thrift store. Does anyone know where it’s from? (I bought it because, obviously).

identify-this-game chess identify-this-game-piece  
asked by TheDragonOfFlame 4 votes
answered by L. Scott Johnson 7 votes

Checkmate but confused why

Could someone please let me know why this is checkmate, could I not have captured that queen with my king?

asked by Richie Daly 3 votes
answered by Glorfindel 37 votes

Anybody know what game this belongs to

Any body have any guesses to which game these belong .... most likely a card/dice combo

identify-this-game dice  
asked by Jen 3 votes
answered by Jeroen 2 votes

How did makers of "Gwent" set scores for each card?

I am curious about one thing. In the game called Gwent the Witcher card game each card has its own score. And also these cards have some potential scores that they can enhance their own scores or the ...

game-design game-theory  
asked by Abbas Mübariz 3 votes
answered by Philip Kendall 6 votes

When planeswalkers become creatures, are they no longer planeswalkers?

Sarkhan the Masterless has the ability: +1: Until end of turn, each planeswalker you control becomes a 4/4 red Dragon creature and gains flying. There is a ruling associated with this Sarkhan that ...

magic-the-gathering mtg-planeswalkers  
asked by John 3 votes
answered by GendoIkari 5 votes

Is there such a thing a 3 possible in Spades?

We were playing Spades. My new girlfriend said she had 2 and 3 possible. I laughed and asked what she meant by the 3 possible. We stopped the game to figure this out. Spades: 4,6 Hearts: K,2,3,5 ...

bidding spades  
asked by Wayne 1 vote
answered by Cohensius 4 votes

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

What is considered a good score in Scrabble?

In Scrabble, what is considered a good score for: A two player game A three player game A four player game In a two player game with my sister, we once got a 236/249 scoring game. When we played ...

scrabble scoring  
asked by VortexYT 4 votes
answered by corsiKa 6 votes

Can I pocket and cover the Queen in a single strike and win?

If I pocket my last C/m and the Queen in a single strike, is this a win or a lose or do you put the pieces in the center again?

asked by Cabi 9 votes
answered by LeppyR64 3 votes

How should I determine how many lands of each different color to put in my deck?

Situation: You've built your at least 2 color deck, know exactly what number of lands you want in it, but don't know how many to put in of each basic-land type. How do pro-players figure this out? ...

magic-the-gathering deck-building mtg-manabase  
asked by Gordon Gustafson 21 votes
answered by thesunneversets 22 votes

House rules for Spade bids of nil, blind-nil, and 10-for-2?

My favorite bids in Spades are the riskiest ones: 10-for-2, nil, and blind nil. 10-for-2 is always worth 200 points, and most rule sets I've seen put nil at 100 and blind nil at 200. In our group, we ...

house-rules spades  
asked by Adam Wuerl 3 votes
answered by Neal Tibrewala 2 votes

Is there much strategy and planning in 7-Wonders or is mostly luck?

I have played about 15 games of Seven Wonders now. When I ask the winning player why they won, they tend to tell me what they did rather than why they did it, and rarely does it involve anything ...

asked by rrenaud 46 votes
answered by Temujin 27 votes

Female world chess champion?

Has there ever been a female world chess champion (or, before the title existed, any woman who was widely regarded as the best chess player in the community or region)?

asked by Osteoboon 11 votes

Which of these rules for a Scrabble first turn play are official?

I've played scrabble with different groups of people and their rules on first turns vary a lot. The rules I've seen used are: Double score for first turn (Scrabble rules confirms this and is the ...

asked by Jonn 22 votes
answered by LittleBobbyTables - Au Revoir 27 votes
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