In which Davido leaves the country-side for the big city and gets in a whole long weekend of gaming in at PacifiCon over Labor Day weekend.
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All of which is an oblique way of saying I am about to recap my picaresque adventures at Pacificon, hosted by Kevin, Tracy, Mondo and the wonderful Avalon games crew at the Santa Clara, CA. Marriott near San Jose.

http://www.pacificongameexpo.com/

If any of y'all were in game w/ me feel free to annotate or augment the AAR.

I had a blast, and hope to make to next year's Con as well as Conquest Sacramento in March:

http://www.conquestsac.com/
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1. Board Game: Dominant Species [Average Rating:7.85 Overall Rank:51]
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Well, despite getting an early start out of Sacto, I got spun the wrong way (there are two Mission blvd exits off the freeway, and I took the first and wrong one). I got in to the Con at about 1:55, frantically checked in and raced over to where Dominant Species (a West Coast Boardgame Championship event-WCBC) was starting. Since there were four players, I bulled my way in, taking the Mammals. I tried to take the survival card and flipped between glaciation and wanderlust to get points the hard way. If not for Mammal's save a species ability, I would have gone extinct. I tried to crawl back, and avoided last, but it was on the one hand a good, on the other hand, rough start to the Con. Good, because I immediately got in a play of this great game, rough as I was a bit rattled from the drive and check in and not fully focused on the game at hand.

Jeff G.- Insects- 160
John P.-Arachnids-130
Tom B. Birds-126
Davido-Mammals-101
Brian-Amphibians-90

I also got in a play on Sunday nite. It was a learning game for most of the other 4 players. It went long, late, and failed to finish. I'm glad I got to help others learn the game (at least it shows I have the core mechanics down, e.g. calculating dominance and the difference between scoring and dominance), but it was a bit of a wash as a game experience goes. Que sera, sera and all that.
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2. Board Game: Titan [Average Rating:6.96 Overall Rank:816]
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My other game of Friday was the WCBC of this Avalon Hill chestnut. I haven't played in nearly 30 years, so I knew I wasn't tournament ready. Still, a chance to revisit this fave of my college years (when I played every other weekend) was too good to pass up. And yes, I played on the original board and counters. Accept no substitutes

I did manage an initial attack, but quickly found myself out maneuvered and forced into some suboptimal fights and surrenders. I had an epic battle against Vince's jungle stack vs. my Titan stack. But w/ no Angel and his behemoth recruiting a twin, the end was inevitable. Still, I was reminded of all that I loved about the game. Alas, I really haven't figured out how to get any of the AI/Java programs to run, so I can play more. Any Sacto meetup folks want a game, I'm up for it.

Anyways, Carlos went out next and Dan ground down Vince for the win. Dan would go on to win the WCBC title.

DanC-1rst (484 pts. before the final battle/surrender of Vince)
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3. Board Game: Puerto Rico [Average Rating:8.05 Overall Rank:15]
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Saturday morning found me at WCBC prelims for Puerto Rico. I'm slowly warming up to this Euro staple. I can't say it's a fave of mine, but I do enjoy my plays and I appreciate it's elegant and tight design. I found myself playing the Flynn family-Tom, Nancy, and Tommy Jr. It was an interesting game, with some apparent group-think going on. Not bad, just different than what I am used to. With a starting corn, I went shipping. Much to my surprise, so did the others. I quickly loaded up on corn and a couple of sugars and a mill. I used the hacienda to snag other plantations and bought the production plants. A quarry helped, but I only needed one, using the hacienda plus the regular choices to load up the plantations. This of course, led to a factory economic engine. The wharf and the guild hall were my major buys to keep the VPs flowing. Tommy's 2 big builds were not in sync enough to generate the VPs to overtake my shipping haul. Much to my surprise, I found myself a winner of a Convention prelim. That and 50 cents gets ya a cup of joe and all that, but it is better to win than not.

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4. Board Game: Ra [Average Rating:7.47 Overall Rank:136]
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In between games, I was able to get a game of Ra going. Jordan was new to the game, but picked it up very fast. I did the lose the battles to win the war strategy, focusing on pharoahs, niles, and not losing points by not having Civ tiles (one round I got the 3 of a kind bonus). Still, I ended up a distant second.

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5. Board Game: Deadlands: Doomtown [Average Rating:7.29 Overall Rank:1792]
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At High Noon, my Doomtown homie Zac (Jordan Caldwell on the Doomtown board forums) strolled through the batwing (well, glass) doors of the Marriott. So we settled in for a few hours of Doomtown card-slinging. I'm rusty as heck, as I've only played a few times with a local opponent. Still, it was great to get the cards out of the boxes and on to the table. Zac is a great ambassador for the game, cheerfully giving tips and pointers even as he blithely obliterated all decks I sent forth. Well, the only way to get better is to play more, so I hope we play again soon.
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6. Board Game: Amun-Re [Average Rating:7.34 Overall Rank:269]
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After doomtown it was time for more Knizia auctions, Egypt style. Most of the other players were new, but after Tracy's 'splainin I was able to keep the game moving along.

Amun Re, like most Knizia does require a few plays to grok the synergy of the actions and the power cards combos. For the Old Kingdom I got upper kingdom, One side of the nile (narrowly missing all off the banks as well), 9 farmers and most pyramids and pyramid sets. For the new kingdom, I got most pyramids, 2 sets, off the banks of the nile. I could not for the life of me leverage any other synergy combos. Still, I was able to grind it out for the win. I got the 2 temples x 2 offering bonus both scoring rounds.

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7. Board Game: Puerto Rico [Average Rating:8.05 Overall Rank:15]
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Puerto Rico's final found me at a table with the ever versatile and strong player Sam A, perennial contender Bill Z, Jordan Z (from the Ra game), and Stuart L. I just prayed to not do anything blatantly stupid. The good news is I succeeded in that respect. The bad news is that stupid was laying an unexpected ambush for me (see below) and that while I didn't play terrible, I was clearly outclassed by the tournament seasoned vets. Still, It was a very tight game with all players playing close to the vest waiting for the others to blink. I REALLY enjoyed a chance to get a play in at this level.

With indigo to start, I went small market and office to leverage my sugar/coffe combo. I built the first big building, the Guild Hall, and despite getting all the large production buildings, couldn't snag a factory. Everyone went for a big building spreading the wealth amongst all 5 players. Stuart went for Quarry overload via the construction hut. His buys were cheap, but he was short on actual production. I did go Large Warehouse to thwart the forced shipping and a Wharf to try to leverage my overproduction. It was a strong attempt, but not enough to counter the gamelong shipping of Jordan and Bill.

Jordan- 57 (WCBC champion)
Bill Z- ???
Sam A-51
Davido-47
Stuart L-40
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8. Board Game: El Grande [Average Rating:7.78 Overall Rank:57]
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Area Majority is my fave mechanic, and El Grande my fave of the class. So WCBC or no, I was delighted to get a play in. Even w/ only 4 players, El Grande is El Grande. I leveraged the 5 regions, plus steady Castillo play. Again, much to my surprise, I found myself at the top of the heap in this prelim. As Surfer Joe said in "Surf's Up", "Wow dude, we get to surf play again)

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9. Board Game: Time's Up! [Average Rating:7.33 Overall Rank:398]
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After El Grande, KevinE was rounding up players for Time's Up. Since Kevin knows that I am hard of hearing and might have trouble hearing the clues, he graciously offered to partner up w/ me. After a quick Vulcan mind-meld, we were off as the starting team. We quickly got in sync and set a blistering pace in the "anything goes round". Even the One Word + charades round found us chugging right along. The charades/scatting phase was brutal for everyone, but we held serve.

Overall, it was a rioutous end to the evening and a good time was had by all. Kevin and I won going away, but Richard/SamA, Alec/Laura put up a game fight. Real-life couple Alex and Mary had us in stitches with their attempts. Mary's clues were hilarious and spot on, but Alex was just a tad slow on the uptake.

I HAVE to get this for the family get togethers and non-gaming meetups.
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10. Board Game: Through the Desert [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:443]
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With the Princess coming into her own as a gamer, I wanted to relearn the gentle art of camel-pushing to better teach Princess this game. Kevin did the 'splainin' honors and we were off. I did a good job of oasis touching and grabbing chips. I focused on the White chain and got a decent 7 pt. area enclosure. Lauren had a better overall balance, including 2 long chains.

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Evelyn F-48
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11. Board Game: San Marco [Average Rating:7.18 Overall Rank:543]
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Shanthi had brought San Marco in the event that Through the Desert didn't make. So I lobbied for a play, and Shanthi, Lauren and I headed to the open gaming room to dig into Moon/Weissbaum's take on area majority via the pie divvy mechanic (I make, you choose). It had been a while for all of us, so the whole end of round bonus (low limit point bonus plus free banishment action) got muddled. Again, good to play and relearn. Shanthi won.

DavidW really wanted to try this again, so his efforts to rope in a 3rd were rewarded when Joel P. joined us. We got the limit scoring right, but I think I blew the bridges limit (3 per region connection, not 3 per player) which made for a very loose game. David W. won this one. I'll have to reread the rules clarifications here to really get the game down. Both games played in about 45 minutes, which is why I like it-an area majority game that plays great with 3 in well under an hour.
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12. Board Game: Reef Encounter [Average Rating:7.15 Overall Rank:515]
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I have been wanting to learn this for ages and ages. The several attempts at learning Reef Encounter have left me in a dazed state of WTF, which is too bad. As a biologist I appreciate how RE actually does do a pretty fair approximation of modeling Parrot Fish and coral ecology.

Kevin promised to walk Dan, Eileen and I through a couple of turns until we got our corals going and growing and fed the first shrimp to get algae.

I am happy to say, I finally had an eureka/epiphany moment and 'got it'. I'm not sure how to fully optimize the coral dominance and algae lock down/tile flips. At the same time, I realize that while the lock/flip mechanism is simple enough, it holds the key to the game. The problem is, you have to set this up w/ your coral/polyp placement/growth/consume actions.

I'd LOOOOOVE to leverage this play with another play at the upcoming meetups to fully internalize the mechanics/game flow. More please. And HUGE thanks to Kevin for his patience. I did win by dint of a large final coral consumption and some lucky tile flippage with Dan second and Eileen third.
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13. Board Game: China [Average Rating:7.01 Overall Rank:655]
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All area majority, all of the time. Works for me. I was delighted to introduce 4 others to the world of China, Schacht style. I was happy to field questions and allow mulligans and set up examples. I really can't count this as a win, since I pulled off a 7pt. road and some solid emissary play that would be tough to sneak past the veterans. Still, everyone was delighted to find out that the game lived up to its reputation. Again, this is a great tweener for meaty decisions in a sub-hour package.

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John B-34
Joseph D-31
Qunicy (jr. Gamer)-29
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14. Board Game: El Grande [Average Rating:7.78 Overall Rank:57]
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El Grande's final got moved from Saturday nite to Sunday a.m. to accomodate other player's tournament schedules. 9 a.m. found 4 finalists waiting for a 5th. Fortunately Alex R. was awake enough to be pulled off the alternates list and make a full game (which is how El Grande should be played). I got Galacia as a start and leveraged that for own scoring and a score the 4's along w/ the 4/0 Mobile scoreboard while Catalonia sat empty due to initial king placement.

The second round found me using the Score the 5's to have me near the lead at the half way point (mid 2nd round). Then the wheels came off the bus. Given a chance to score a region (secret choice), I decided that Sam's Grande/King/8 pt. mobile scoreboard plus my majority his 2nd in the adjoining region was worthy of attention. I went for a denial strategy. Not a bad idea, but with Sam in last and Steve in first, I should have either fed Sam the points to gain more points myself or tried to deny Steve (and get points if he went elsewhere).

So while I was expecting a "Stupid Play" in Puerto Rico, instead I got ripped a new one in my fave game-and deservedly so. Lesson learned the very hard way-in El Grande, If you can't advance yourself, deny the LEADER, not the lagger(s). Steve sealed my fate w/ a denial of the score the 4s. My allowing a Castillo scoring didn't help me, but did give the edge to Richard.

Mea culpa. I certainly earned my 4th place finish. Good point-I played well enough to earn a finals spot and set up a strong position in the final game. Bad point-one miscue cost me my shot. I also regret reverse king-making on SamA. Sam is too good of a player and too good of a human being to be needlessly taken out. Won't happen again on either count.

[Natasha's thick cold-war Russian accent]"The trouble with you Boris Badenov, is that you're just not Goodenov" [/thick russian accent]. Yep, that's me-I'm just not goodenov

Still, Richard's strong and steady Castillo play and King actions (King Richard anyone?) gave him the win.

Scores by round:

Richard Irving-21-6l-92
Steve S-23-68-89
Sam A-13-43-82
Davido-29-58-81
AlexR-18-56-80

I do hope to return next year for a shot at redemption and glory. El Grande remains a 10 for me and I love every play of it, win draw, or yes, lose. Thanks Richard for hosting a great tourney.
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15. Board Game: Yahtzee [Average Rating:5.31 Overall Rank:15914]
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Once home, I helped get ready for hosting my niece and nephews b-day party (they're twins). Once everyone arrived, Yahtzee was the old-standby. After a weekend of passive-aggressive cube pushing, it was nice for some brainless random luck fest goodness. My sister in law and one of the nieces are just lethal at this-we're talking should be banned from Vegas accurate.
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16. Board Game: UNO [Average Rating:5.35 Overall Rank:15916]
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After the company had left, Princess was eager to break out her new purchase. It seems that Uno was the hotness at her summer camp's lunch hour. So she had been dying to get her own copy. At Walmart w/ Mommy to get b-day supplies, she saw Uno on the game rack and begged to use her recycling money to get this 'must have game'.

Well after the boys were in bed, I agreed to learn this game. Yeah, yeah, I've been dere, done dat, but I wanted to see Princess 'splain a game to me. She laid out the special cards and a few number/color combos and worked through the various card plays.

I did win the first game, but she threw card draw after card draw at me to grind out a win in game two. Bed time on a school nite precluded a rubber match.

So while I had a great run of gaming at PacifiCon, I was reminded that sometimes the simplest games with family and friends are often the best...
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