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Madhujith Venkatakrishna
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Hi All,

I played this game after really long and forgotten a few rules, specially the winning condition and hence needed to know who won in a game that I played yesterday night.

It was a 3P game and here are the final scores. Helmets(H), Statues(S), Rice Fields(RF)

Player 1: 4H-3S-2RF
Player 2: 4RF-3S-3H
Player 3: 4RF-3S-3H

Not sure who won this game (1 Statue was eliminated as 2 players had equal influence)

Thanks,
Madhu
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madhujith wrote:
Hi All,

I played this game after really long and forgotten a few rules, specially the winning condition and hence needed to know who won in a game that I played yesterday night.

It was a 3P game and here are the final scores. Helmets(H), Statues(S), Rice Fields(RF)

Player 1: 4H-3S-2RF
Player 2: 4RF-3S-3H
Player 3: 4RF-3S-3H

Not sure who won this game (1 Statue was eliminated as 2 players had equal influence)

Thanks,
Madhu


Only Player 1 is eligible to win. Nobody has the most Rice Fields because of the tie, and nobody has the most Statues because of the tie. Therefore, Player 1's win in High Helmets makes him the only player eligible to win and, therefore, the winner.
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Laszlo Molnar
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Just as he said.
First you check who has clear majority in any of the types - only they can win. Only player 1 has any clear majority here.
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Russ Williams
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madhujith wrote:
Player 1: 4H-3S-2RF
Player 2: 4RF-3S-3H
Player 3: 4RF-3S-3H

PS: Man, that was needlessly confusing that you wrote it like that instead of like:
Player 1: 2RF-3S-4H
Player 2: 4RF-3S-3H
Player 3: 4RF-3S-3H
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John Todd had it right. Another way to describe the scoring system is that you get one point for each majority (no points when you are tied for most). By that, player 1 has 1 point, players two and three each have zero points, so player 1 wins.
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Madhujith Venkatakrishna
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Thanks a lot guys. Now I get the scoring system.
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