Disclaimer: This is a fast, quick, my view of this game. This isn't an in depth review and is more of a personal post about the game.
Personal Experience with the game: 19 games
Bias based on winning: Maybe 7 wins
Bias based on owning: None
How I found out about the game: Tom Vassel suggestion.
Brief back story No thanks...
1000 meter view: There is a run of cards from 3 to 39 (I think). Some of these cards are randomly removed to break the sequence. On your turn you flip a card and can take it or place a token on top stating no thanks. This continues until someone takes the card and the tokens. That person flips the next card and this continues. Once all the cards are gone you score the face value of the start of runs and subtract all the tokens from this total. A run of 3-4-5-6 scores 3 points and all the other cards are scored 0. Person with the least score wins.
Liked: - Nice quick game. - Cards and box are appropriately sized.
Didn't Like: - This game is simple enough that you eventually can get bored.
What did I learn about playing well: It's all about making money off your run cards.
Rating: On BGG I gave it 7/10.
Real Verdict: I argue with my wife that a ten rating scale is irrelevant for restaurants. I either won't go back, will go back, or want to go back. Will go back...