How to win a Kniziathon
http://www.convivium.org.uk/kgkniziathon.htm). Afterwards, people would ask me how I did it, and my initial reaction was, "I don't know." I played a lot of Knizia games and won a couple of them, but I'd also stunk up the place more than once. And while I met the second place finisher, Tom Powers, in a couple of my games, I never played with third-place Zontziry Johnson (who, incidentally, is also in my game group at home) at all, at least during the Kniziathon itself. So, while there's probably many ways to do well in a Kniziathon, here's a geeklist exploring how I did it, the games I played, and general thoughts about the Kniziathon experience.
I'd like to thank Chris Brooks for running the Kniziathon and the selfless, overworked volunteer staff that made Gamestorm a great con. I'd also like to apologize for not giving the names of the great people I played with; I neglected to write them down, an oversight I will correct at future cons.
Final Kniziathon score: 136
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