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Ticket To Ride

  • Dec 27, 2009 · 2:00 PM
  • Dave's Condo

I haven't played Ticket to Ride in a while. This is a popular train game that has been reprinted in the United States in variious versions. I have the Marlkin Edition, which sports a map of Germany and has the scoring option for delivering messages via a travelling salesman.

Collect tickets with pairs of cities, then collect trains and claim routes to join your cities. Balance short routes, vs. long routes, vs. moving your travelling salesman between cities.

Please, bring $10 for dinner. I'll probably just run for pizza or chinese take out later in the evening. Please, let me know if you any dietary considerations or suggestions.

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