The Friday Night Fights: Game vs Game
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Don't know what's gotten into me this morning. I was scrolling through the game ratings, mulling over each game I'd played, playing them off against each other in my mind as to which I liked better. . .

So, I thought, what the hey -- let's formalize this by setting up a series of bouts between boardgames. You, the geeks, can be my fellow judges, although I of course will prejudice the proceedings by giving my narrative at the outset.

The rules are these:
-- I'll select the top-rated BGG games that I have played.
-- I'll only include games I've played recently enough to rate fairly (that is, no Diplomacy, etc.)
-- Each game will be paired against its nearest-rated rival.
-- We'll start with the undercards, and gradually work our way up to The Main Event.

I look forward to precipitating many an argument. May the best games win!
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1. Board Game: Wyatt Earp [Average Rating:6.87 Overall Rank:817]
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In this corner, ranked #127 in the world, from Mike Fitzgerald and Richard Borg, that rootin' tootin' rummy-esque game -- Wyatt Earp!
 
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2. Board Game: Santiago [Average Rating:7.13 Overall Rank:523]
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And in this corner, ranked #123, a game of farming and bribing from two rookie designers -- Santiago!

Santiago comes out of the corner with a fury: It has an elegant, clean design relative to Wyatt Earp's messy list of special card powers. Skill in evaluation and cajoling reign supreme in Santiago, while Wyatt Earp players are in the hands of lady luck. Santiago keeps everyone involved for a nice extended time, Wyatt Earp ends its rounds before anyone really knows what is going on.

Winner: Santiago, by a clean and quick Knockout.
 
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3. Board Game: I'm the Boss! [Average Rating:6.82 Overall Rank:934]
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In this corner, from the camp of Sid Sackson, ranked #118 in the world -- I'm the Boss!
 
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4. Board Game: San Marco [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:512]
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And in this corner, ranked #100, is Alan Moon's Venetian pastime -- San Marco!

San Marco comes out impressively, with its pretty board and unique divide-and-choose mechanism. But wait! I'm the Boss flows easily from the beginning, and its components induce levity and great table-talk. The two dance around each other for a while, but San Marco eventually bogs down with slow turns and a dissatisfying amount of luck, whereas the laughs come so fast and furious from I'm the Boss that by the end, few really care about the role luck has played.

Winner: I'm the Boss, by a Knockout.
 
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5. Board Game: Bohnanza [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:368]
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In this corner, the venerable bean-trading game from Uwe Rosenberg, ranked #91 -- Bohnanza!
 
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6. Board Game: Tikal [Average Rating:7.35 Overall Rank:217]
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And in this corner, ranked #76 in the world, Wolfgang Kramer's Central American tile-laying game -- Tikal!

The two fighters are a study in contrast. Tikal, heavy, slow, a bit ponderous, Bohnanza light, quick, festive. And there's a little unexpected punch in Bohnanza; but ultimately Tikal's stately technique becomes too much for Bohnanza to overcome. There is simply too much going on on Tikal for Bohnanza to keep pace with, and when players have long tired of Bohnanza, they still find themselves intrigued by the elegant problem-solving in Tikal.

Winner: Tikal, by a late-round Technical Knockout.
 
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7. Board Game: Dream Factory [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:575]
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In this corner, Reiner Kinizia's auction-game tribute to Hollywood -- ranked #75 in the world -- Traumfabrik!
 
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8. Board Game: Lost Cities [Average Rating:7.15 Overall Rank:294]
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And in the other corner, also from the camp of Reiner Knizia, ranked #50 in the world -- Lost Cities!

Both fighters come out with an impressive display. Traumfabrik is delightfully themed, rich in plot twists, all draped over a fascinating basic auction mechanism. Lost Cities is as addictive a game as anyone has ever produced, its superficial lightness combining with an irresistible set of statistical problems. Both fighters slug it out into the late rounds, but ultimately Traumfabrik is the one that shines, offering that extra spark that marks the very greatest of games.

Winner: Traumfabrik, on points.
 
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9. Board Game: Crokinole [Average Rating:7.79 Overall Rank:75]
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In this corner, that dazzling digital dalliance, ranked #52, Crokinole!
 
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10. Board Game: Battle Cry [Average Rating:7.16 Overall Rank:615]
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And in this corner, ranked #43, Battle Cry!

Crokinole is a pleasant diversion, but somehow seems out of place among the field of boardgames. Battle Cry can be a bit of a luckfest, but offers rich fun in its simulation of Civil War battlefield terrains, populated by toy soldiers, all more than enough to carry along a light, decent game-playing mechanism. Eventually Crokinole is disqualified on a TKO.

Winner: Battle Cry, by TKO.
 
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11. Board Game: Through the Desert [Average Rating:7.05 Overall Rank:435]
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In this corner, ranked #36 in the world, Reiner Knizia's game of pastel camel caravans -- Through the Desert!
 
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12. Board Game: Acquire [Average Rating:7.36 Overall Rank:208]
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And in this one, ranked #28, Sid Sackson's all-time best-selling classic -- Acquire!

Through the Desert brings out much to offer -- an elegant set of spatial problems, agonizingly restricted decision-making, and cute camels. But Acquire knows all of the tricks of the trade -- it shows the upstart exactly how to manage a game-design where chains are colliding on a board, and how to best combine this feature with investment evaluations. In the end, Acquire outclasses its oppponent: only in a game of Acquire does the player feel that they have prudently piloted his way to victory, rather than emerging luckily from the multi-player chaos that can engulf Through the Desert.

Winner: Acquire, by TKO.
 
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13. Board Game: Carcassonne [Average Rating:7.43 Overall Rank:139] [Average Rating:7.43 Unranked]
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In this corner, the expansion-happy tile-laying game -- ranked #25 in the world -- Carcassonne!
 
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14. Board Game: Ra [Average Rating:7.47 Overall Rank:134]
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And in this corner, Reiner Knizia's best-known auction game about ancient Egypt -- ranked #19 -- Ra!

Ra offers a fascinating auction mechanism with clean, stripped-down rules. Carcassonne stumbles out of its corner, not sure whether it's a negotiating game, a spatial management game, nor whether luck should be everything or something that can be overcome by skill. In the end, Carcassonne's internal contradictions tangle against themselves, the capacity to negotiate undercut by the simple fact that luck determines what the players have to negotiate with. Ra makes short work of this underqualified contender.

Winner: Ra, by a first round KO.
 
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15. Board Game: Ticket to Ride [Average Rating:7.46 Overall Rank:125] [Average Rating:7.46 Unranked]
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In this corner, Alan Moon's latest train game -- ranked #10 in the world -- Ticket to Ride!
 
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16. Board Game: Catan [Average Rating:7.23 Overall Rank:279] [Average Rating:7.23 Unranked]
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And in this corner, the venerable classic from Klaus Teuber, ranked #6 -- The Settlers of Catan!

Both fighters come out skilled and slick, but imperfect. Settlers offers some fascinating decisions in the early going, but then bogs down into a series of repetitive trades. Ticket to Ride offers simple game play and a reasonable decision-space, but also quickly becomes repetitive and even a bit long. Both games have their fun elements, but in the end, as they slump exhausted to their corners, it's Settlers that has slightly more elements of sustainable interest.

Winner: Settlers of Catan, by points, on a split decision of the judges.
 
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17. Board Game: El Grande [Average Rating:7.79 Overall Rank:54]
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In this corner, ranked #5 in the world -- El Grande!
 
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18. Board Game: The Princes of Florence [Average Rating:7.57 Overall Rank:116]
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And against it, ranked #4, another Wolfgang Kramer classic -- The Princes of Florence!

Now we're into the heavyweights. Each game offers deep thought and a myriad of elements for players to contend with. El Grande comes out with a bit more interaction and uncertainty, Princes of Florence a bit more decision-making tension and precision. In the end, it's Princes of Florence that seems the cleaner design, its various elements wrapped into a more coherent and elegant package than El Grande.

Winner: Princes of Florence, by points.
 
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19. Board Game: Tigris & Euphrates [Average Rating:7.71 Overall Rank:70]
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And now, for The Main Event! In this corner, ranked #2 in the world -- Euphrat and Tigris!
 
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20. Board Game: Puerto Rico [Average Rating:8.06 Overall Rank:15]
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And in this corner, the reigning heavyweight champion, the game everyone is talking about -- Puerto Rico!

This judge has only rarely seen one of these two fighters before -- Euphrat and Tigris. But he's seen Puerto Rico, and believes PR to be vulnerable. Puerto Rico seems an unlikely champ: an unwieldy collection of special-powers buildings and rules-upon-rules, the purpose of the game seems a fuzzy, inelegant pursuit of victory points loosely connected first to money and later to vaguely-defined goals. Tigris and Euphrates at least gives something of the appearance of a territorial conflict, even though it is at heart a point-accumulation game also. But there seems to be a greater sense of larger purpose and vision behind the game than the bit-filled and rules-weighted Puerto Rico. In the end, the judges go with Euphrat and Tigris, as offering the better performance of the two on this night.

Winner: Euphrat and Tigris, by points.
 
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21. Board Game: Union Pacific [Average Rating:7.24 Overall Rank:468]
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It's time for our middleweight title bout, ladies and gentlemen.

In this corner, the game made of iron and steel, the game that killed John Henry, the game with the most from coast to coast, old number 46, Uuuunion Paciiiiifiiiiiiiiic!!!
 
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22. Board Game: Attika [Average Rating:7.02 Overall Rank:565]
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And the challenger weighing in at 122 pounds, an eager young man ready to make good, fighting his way from the slums of Greece and into your hearts, number 45, Aaaaattikaaaaaaaa!

Well Chuck, I think it's safe to say there's no love lost between these two fighters. They're both ready to swing from the heels and down in Vegas the money's about even. Earlier today at the press conference...oops, there's the bell, ladies and gents, and the two men come out of their corners raring to go. U.P., the veteran, is circling cautiously while Attika heads straight in to try to make first contact. Both fighters are fast and light on their feet, and both pack a nice little punch, so this should be an interesting match. OH! Attika walked right into a jab, and he's backpeadling and trying to shake it off. He's a little shaken but he looks ready to return the favor. The kid's known for finishing the game on points, but if he catches you off guard with a shrine connection the fight can end quickly, and I think that's what he's hoping for tonight. A fresh young fighter like this can go far, I think we can agree on that, Chuck, and if he keeps away from the kingmaker issues I think we're going to see a pretty good fight here. OH! U.P. connects again! And another right cross! And another! Union Pacific is just dominating this matchup and, oh mercy, Attika is desperately trying to land a punch anywhere, but everything, absolutely everything--theme, fun, ease of play--just everything is coming up short and the kid is taking a pounding. U.P. is landing punches left and right, and hey, was that a tooth I just saw? Holy crumoley but I think I saw a molar go flying into the mezzanine. Oh, geez, this is starting to get ugly. I think the ref is going to put a stop to this fight if things get any worse. Union Pacific is just pounding on Attika and it's a lucky thing for us the game is so dry or the first three rows would be drenched in blood, sweat and tears ladies and gentleman. Well, this is just shameful, nobody likes to see this kind of AND ATTIKA GOES DOWN! Attika hit the canvas like a Thanksgiving Day gravy boat on a pink party dress and I don't think he's getting up. The ref starts the count...one...two...three...aw the hell with, it the mug is out cold and Union Pacific wins by a technical beheading!!!
 
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