Eurogames, Ameritrash and Cards

  • May 15, 2013 · 6:30 PM
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Please bring anything you'd like to teach and play or be prepared to learn from others. Because three and a half hours is a hard time-frame, long-lasting epic games should be proposed and agreed to by others before hand. I have a broad selection of games and will choose many to consider. You are certainly able to request specific games - you can see my games at:

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/collection/user/kennylibido

Because of seating and table constraints, RSVPs will only be accepted for ten players.

We will generally play in my condominium social room at 1200 On The Mall, Minneapolis, which is at the intersection of 12th Street and Nicollet Avenue, downtown Minneapolis. The entrance to my building is at the corner of 12th Street and LaSalle Avenue - just follow the brown awning leading from 12th Street.

I do have some free parking available for guests but it is catch-as-catch-can, first come, first serve - just be sure to sign your car in. Otherwise street parking is not too much fuss.

The entry code for the "buzzer" is 069.

Generally, this is not intended as an eating venue although snacks are fine. If you need napkins, please bring them. BYOB - alcohol is fine but moderation is expected.

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  • Joe C.

    This larger attendance really does allow a fresher take on gaming. It pretty much means that everyone gets what they want. I did, however, discover that Settlers of Catan is a worse game when the cards-in-lieu-of-dice-rolls are used with their special effects. It was strange to try to mitigate the bite of randomness by using the cards which introduce more bite of randomness. I'd rather just use the cards as die results.

    May 16, 2013

    • Duane

      I agree. The cards special effects added more randomness to the game rather than mitigating it I beieve the cards exasperate the effects of randomness. I enjoy the game more just using good old fashioned dice.

      May 17, 2013

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