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Paulo Santoro
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Please how much time the game is really taking? 75 minutes like announced?

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Federico
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This game is not far from being an abstract, so how long it takes is extremely subjective and depends on how many moves you want to read ahead before playing your turn.

If you play abstract games quickly, this will be just a bit slower (as turns require a lot more bookkeeping). If you prefer to spend more time on your moves, 75 minutes are certainly not enough, especially if who's lost doesn't resign.

Edit: spelling cry
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I agree. 75 minutes is easily achieved by some, more difficult for others.
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Couple of times we have finished a fully antagonistic game in exactly 1 hour. As you learn it, the decisions take less time to make(but still the game gets better and better). The rondel makes everything very fast.
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It really depends on how fast people play, and also how the game developes. Can be anything between 45 and 300 minutes.
2-3 hours would be standard for the first game (including setup), less for the following ones. You can use a chesswatch, if you want to keep time down.
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