CBBS Game Night's 52nd Inaugural Address
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For reasons unknown, fifteen players found themselves in the official CBBS gaming basement on February 7, 2009 and stuck around to play some games. Players included, but may not have been limited to, Tim, Scott, Counterclockwise Scott, Andy, Mary, Sandy, Jane, Lynette, Johanthan, Nyck, John, Sue, newcomers Bob and Mary, and, eventually, Original Bryan. May god have mercy on their souls.

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1. Board Game: Ricochet Robots [Average Rating:7.00 Overall Rank:569] [Average Rating:7.00 Unranked]
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Start time: 6:30pm
End time: 6:50pm


Ricochet Robots was chosen as the straggle-in game, as it had been a few weeks since it had held that honor. It is impossible to do justice here to the brilliance on display during the twenty minutes that this game held sway. Let it only be said that robots were, in fact, moved onto the appropriate target areas, thus earning the solver a chip - and more than once, at that.
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2. Board Game: Oasis [Average Rating:6.73 Overall Rank:1241]
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Start time: 6:50pm
End time: 8:20pm


Jane had brought her newly acquired game of Oasis, and convinced Sandy, Scott, Mary, and of course Andy to indulge this latest incarnation of her camelphilia.


Sandy managed to score 116 points for the victory, including a mighty 102 in a single field; Mary came in second with 76, while Scott scored 67, Andy escaped last place with 62, and Jane would have to make due with admiring the camel bits as she accumulated a mere 49 points.
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3. Board Game: Aquaretto [Average Rating:7.01 Overall Rank:858] [Average Rating:7.01 Unranked]
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Start time: 7:00pm
End time: 8:15pm


As we needed another five person game, and as the games to play list was not yet displaying properly under the BGG.com 2.0, an executive decision was made to play it safe and bring out Aquaretto. Tim did the splaining, with Lynette, Jonathan, Nyck, and Scott as the other players.


Lynette had two large fields of dolphins and orcas with two trainers between them, and was in control for most of the game. Meanwhile Nyck was able to expand his zoo efficiently and had large pens of crocs and polar bears driving his score. Tim was the only player in hippos, but had some trouble getting his other pens up to the magic three and five size breakpoints. But following a key purchase of a hungry croc, a truck containing a fertile female and a bonus coin became available, allowing him to finally get to five and get his second coworker. That one truck proved to be key, as Nyck, Lynette, and Tim all tied with 27 points, but Tim had three coins to Nyck's two, and won the tiebreak.

Lynette would like to claim that Scott handed the game to Tim with his selection of his final truck, as it painted Lynette with an extra animal in her depot; nevertheless, Scott did choose the truck that helped him most, netting him 16 points and a respectable fourth place. Johnathan had to make due with a mere 7 points at the end.
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4. Board Game: Ticket to Ride [Average Rating:7.46 Overall Rank:124] [Average Rating:7.46 Unranked]
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Start time: 7:00pm
End time: 7:40pm


As often happens with new players, Mary and Bob chose to play a game they were familiar with, Ticket to Ride, with the people they came with, John and Sue.


Not only did Mary win with 141 points, followed by Bob with 129, Sue with 111, and John with 72, but they steamrolled through the game with time to spare, requiring them to find another game to play while the other tables finished up...
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5. Board Game: Yspahan [Average Rating:7.11 Overall Rank:444]
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Start time: 7:45pm
End time: 9:30pm


...and that game was was Yspahan, which was a curious choice, as Jane was not even involved.


Alas, this game was played at a much more stately pace, requiring just under two hours to finish. In the end Bob edged Mary 75 to 72, with Sue (59) and John (53) bringing up the rear.
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6. Board Game: Sindbad [Average Rating:6.11 Overall Rank:7548]
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Start time: 8:20pm
End time: 10:20pm


The first mini-reconfig saw Table One play Sindbad (which, apparently, is Belgian for Sinbad). Nyck and Scott had played before, and ran the game for Counterclockwise Scot, Jonathan, and Jane.


There was a small rules question when Scott tried to buy more than all the available diamonds, which obviously meant he was about to win. (It was ruled that the components in the game were limiting; otherwise it would require keeping track on paper or something.) Sure enough, he made it back to Basra with over 3 million mishklas, meaning he won not only this game but the next two as well. Nyck ended the game with 430,000, Jonathan had 345,000, Counterclockwise Scott a mere 34,000, and Jane only 2,000 - at least according to the score sheet. This probably listed only cash on hand, and did not include the equity in treasure, so it is likely the game was somewhat closer than this.
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7. Board Game: Santiago [Average Rating:7.13 Overall Rank:523]
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Start time: 8:25pm
End time: 9:38pm


Meanwhile, on Table Two a five player game of Santiago was being played, with Sandy, Lynette, Mary, Andy, and Tim the players.


As always, this game held a number of interesting decision each turn: whether to bid high for the tiles (and then deciding what tile to take) or low for the overseer; where to propose the route and how much to bribe; and even when and where one should play their extra canal piece. It's interesting how obfuscated the calculations can be, given that the game is completely open information; one has to consider not only how a given move affects one's own position, and not only the other players' current positions, but also the implied equity from everybody's future positions.

An example of this is when Tim played his extra canal to keep an (empty) banana tile from desiccating, which not only added one to the score for each of his seven workers, but also improved the motility of the big banana field - instead of being blocked off, more banana tiles could be (and were) added later, making the existing banana workers even more valuable. The game is full of decisions like this, and this is quickly becoming a favorite upper-middleweight game.

In the end, that eight tile banana field with seven workers, along with a few minor positions in other fields scoring in the mid-teens, led to Tim's winning score of 94 escudos. Lynette came in second with 81, while Sandy had 79, Andy 77, and Mary 68.
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8. Board Game: Diamant [Average Rating:6.83 Overall Rank:612]
 
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Start time: 9:45pm
End time: 9:57pm


As Table Two was now out of sync with the others, a quick game of Diamant was decided upon. In cave four Lynette managed to outlast everybody to take three big cards by herself for a 43 point victory; the other caves didn't matter much, although only three fell to disasters. Mary came in second with 21, while Andy, Tim, and Sandy all had 11.

For a quick game this is fine, but once somebody scores big it becomes impossible for anybody to catch them - in order to score big back you have to be the last one in the cave, and since everybody knows that, nobody ever leaves (except the person who scored big first). Not all games have a big score, though, and leaving early in the first few caves can be a good play, as long as the disasters come relatively early in all five caves.
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9. Board Game: Pickomino [Average Rating:6.54 Overall Rank:1068]
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Somewhere in here (there was no start or end time given on the score sheet) Table Three finished up Yspahan, again out of sync, and thus started a quick game of Pickomino. Sue managed to barbeque 6 worms for the win, while Bob had 5, John 3, and Mary went hungry with a mere 2.
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10. Board Game: Dream Factory [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:575]
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Start time: 10:00pm
End time: 11:15pm


After yet another minor reconfig, Table Two found themselves in need of another five-player middleweight game; when Tim's gaze fell upon his classic copy of Traumfabrik, the choice became clear. This is one of Lynette's favorites, so she was a shoo-in to join, as did Mary, Sandy, and John.


Lynette will claim that a main appeal of this game are the awesome movies you can make - and, really, who wouldn't want to see On the Waterfront starring Humphrey Bogart, Yul Brenner, Deborah Kerr, and Charlton Heston? But this is also a classic Knizia auction game, with interesting scoring options and a nifty bidding mechanism, and it provides the classic conundrum of Eurogames of this weight - you don't quite have the resources to do all the things you need to do.

John finished his movies early and therefore was able to horde contracts for the end; he also managed a couple of big awards at the end, and scored 84 points. Lynette just missed out on completing her traditional stab at the worst movie, and also completed her massive 22 point green movie a turn too late for the five point bonus in that category; that made the difference, as she had to settle for 69 points and second place. Mary came in third with 67 points, while Tim found himself always in competition when he bid and was only able to gather 60 points. Sandy rounded out the session with 44 points.
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11. Board Game: Mesopotamia [Average Rating:6.55 Overall Rank:1749]
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Start time: 10:00pm
End time: 11:45pm


Meanwhile, on Table Three, Sue (I believe) had brought her new copy of Mesopotamia, ensuring that Andy would move to the West End of the basement to run the game for Sue, Mary, and Bob.


The details of this game may go the way of the early mesopotamians themselves, as the score sheet merely notes that Mary won.
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12. Board Game: Kingsburg [Average Rating:7.23 Overall Rank:266]
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Start time: 10:30pm
End time: 12:30pm


As all tables continued to be out of sync, the remnants of the Sindbad game sat down to another lengthy contest in Kingsburg. Once again, details are sparse, and shall slip through the fingers of Time as it attempts to wash the face of History; we can only say that the players finished in the order: Counterclockwise Scott, Scott, Nyck, and Jane.
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13. Board Game: Race for the Galaxy [Average Rating:7.77 Overall Rank:49]
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Start time: 11:50pm
End time: 12:20pm


With the hour growing late and many defections occurring, Tim sat down to play a solo game of Race for the Galaxy. This was quickly aborted when the robot totally cheated and, almost as important, Andy became available as the Mesopotamia game finally ended. But a two-player game was not to be, as Original Bryan showed up just as the homeworlds were dealt, so a three-player game was finally begun.

There are times, in this game, where the cards just fall into your hand. Despite starting with the blue production homeworld, Tim found himself in the first few turns with the Mining Robots, the Mining Conglomerate, and finally the Mining League, plus a few windfall brown worlds. Bowing to fate, he traded a couple times in order to fund his big cards, and then did a couple ten point consumes to run out the clock before either of his opponents could really get their engines going. The final score was 42 to 22 for Andy and 16 for Bryan.

I've won with this exact brown strategy before, so I always feel a little cheap using it. It is also a pretty easy strategy to understand; there's no real subtlety involved in getting it going. Still, there is nothing you can do - if the game wants you to go brown, you gotta go brown. There is no armor against fate.
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14. Board Game: Medici [Average Rating:7.15 Overall Rank:442]
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Start time: 12:40pm
End time: 1:45pm


The arrival of Original Bryan left us with a somewhat awkward number of six for the post-midnight die-hard faction. After a few minutes of wondering where the six-player game list was, followed by a few more minutes of making fun of Tim because it was right in front of everybody, Tim brought out another classic Knizia auction game, this time Medici. This is an excellent game for six, and also is one of the pre-boom gaming classics that every serious gamer (or not-so-serious gamer that takes gaming seriously) should play. The players were Andy, Nyck, Scott, Counterclockwise Scott, Bryan, and Tim.


Counterclockwise Scott was able to win the ship in the first two rounds with minimal expenditures, and held a large lead going into the third round. Tim and Bryan were each able to reach the top of a pyramid to get the 30 bonus points and make a run for it, but Counterclockwise Scott also won the dye goods as well to finish 9 points ahead of the other two. If Bryan had won the dye instead (he finished second), the ten point swing versus Counterclockwise Scott would have given him the victory.

I will not claim to be an expert at this game, but my sense is that we were bidding too high; I think double digit bids, even for three cards, should be fairly rare. When bids are too high, then the proper strategy is to wait and try and pick things up cheap; the problem with that is you have to get lucky on the cards that do fall for you - spending 1 florin on a 5,4,3 in goods you want is great, while spending 1 on a 0,1,2 in marginal goods is just treading water.

But bidding is complicated - bidding 13 to gain the 15 points you get from coming first rather than third on the ship seems almost like a push...but it also costs the guy who would have won 10 florins and the guy who would have been second another five; and then there's the equity of the goods in the pyramids, which may pan out and may not.

Because of this, if this is your first game it's really hard to make the "right" bid. This is a problem with all auction games, as good bidding is the key to winning, but until you've seen it played out it's hard to judge the value of each group of cards.

Still, the rules themselves aren't complicated, and the game plays quickly, and it's a good six player game, so this is likely to make a repeat appearance in the future.
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15. Board Game: King Me! [Average Rating:6.37 Overall Rank:1931]
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Start time: 1:45pm
End time: 2:20pm


With one more game in us, we played the same closer as last time, King Me!. The players, as before, were Tim, Andy, Nyck, Scott, Counterclockwise Scott, and Bryan.

This game is about guessing right, of course, but there's also a fair amount of strategy and, perhaps, bluffing - although, when it's this late, it is unlikely anyone will be paying enough attention to be bluffed. As happened last time, we went deep into the candidates in rounds 1 and 3, and crowned a king first time around in round 2. It's always tempting to try and hold on to your vetos, which is how a quick crowning happens - but if it's your candidate being promoted you aren't going to veto anyway, so it's up to the others to find a way to veto those early votes.

A more subtle issue is where to place your candidates. If the round is going to last, it's better for them to start on the lower levels, so some idiot doesn't promote them to Noble and then attempt to crown them until most of the vetos are gone. Since it seems that long rounds occur more often than short rounds, perhaps starting at level 3 or 2 makes sense for at least some of your candidates.

When the dust settled, Bryan and Counterclockwise Scott tied for the win with 55 points; Nyck had 47, Andy had 43, Scott had 38, and Tim (who had all six of his candidates vetoed out during the first seven crowning attempts of round three) was assigned to the scullery with only 33 points - 28 of which came from that early crowning in round 2.
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16. Board Game: Miscellaneous Game Accessory [Average Rating:6.96 Overall Rank:3758] [Average Rating:6.96 Overall Rank:71]
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There were a few new additions to the snack table this time around, as well as some new and old classics. The chips were Sea Salt and Vinegar and Aged White Cheddar - but both were the baked kind, and both were well received. The Ambassador mix, the soft fruit jellied candies, even the Crows were all completely consumed, as were both the Fruit Delights and the Almond Roca.


In fact, the only food item that was not completely eaten were the M&Ms (Dark chocolate peanut and, presumably, salmonella-free Peanut Butter). That, obviously, makes no sense whatsoever, as M&Ms are the perfect Game Night food, and Tim will fight anyone who says otherwise with his bare hands.

Attendees also brought many yummy treats, including Jonathan's root-beerish cake, some snickerdoodles and oatmeal cookies that were unfortunately uncredited (at least to me), and an interesting party mix that was gone before I could fully explore its treasures.

The potables have become routine, as the 5-calorie Light Lemonade remains the runaway favorite, with water a reasonable second place. One disappointment was the diet Tangerine-Lime soda, which takes great pains to communicate how it contains nothing - no sugar, no calories, no nutrients, no fruit juice, perhaps no actual physical matter of any kind. Unfortunately, while it also had no aftertaste, it did not have much of a beforetaste, either.
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