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Subject: About indigo rss

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Bruno Alberth Silva Barros
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I had one play today where one friend had two sequences - 1,2 and 5,6. I had one sequence - 5,6 and two other 1,1.

The indigo rules says "most cards in a row", right? We discussed and he said that because he had two sequences, he had 4 cards, against my 2 cards in sequence.

Was he right or did we play it wrong?

EDIT: Corrected a mistake.
 
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Chris Schumann
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You played it wrong. You get to win based on one set of cards. You each had 2 cards in your best set, so you go to tie breakers. You also both had a 6 in your set, so then it would go to the color of your sixes.I got it wrong, too.
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Chris Cieslik
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You want to identify the largest group of cards in your palette that are all in a row. For him, 1 2. For you, 5 6 7. It doesn't matter what order the cards were played in.
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Bruno Alberth Silva Barros
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Sorry guys, it was 5,6, 1 and 1 for me.
 
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Erich Schneider
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In that case, you both are considered to have a sequence of 2, and the winner would be determined by whoever's 6 is closer to red.
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Bruno Alberth Silva Barros
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I see. Thanks for the clarification guys.

It makes sense... if I had a sequence of 1,2 and 3 and he had two different sequences (like, say... 1,2,4,5), he couldn't be the winner.
 
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