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Subject: American win if British have 4 or more turns in a row rss

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Derek Stumph
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Just curious if anyone has ever won with the Americans when the British/Canadians have had 4 or more turns in a row?
 
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No, not likely.
 
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Are you talking about all three Brit blocks coming out in sequence, followed by one more Brit block?

If that is your "four turns in a row," it couldn't be said to be always decisive, and its not really all that uncommon.

Getting the "last three" moves of one turn, followed by the first three of the next is a lot more powerful but still couldn't be a guaranteed win. It depends on the state of the game.
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Derek Stumph
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Yes, if the British have the last two or three from one round and then the first and second from the next round. I'm trying to decide whether to buy 1812 or 1775. They both seem like great games.
 
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What I've seen as killer is when the Americans are behind because the British get three turns in a row and then one American faction gets to go last when unfortunately their only movement card is their treaty card and the other faction has already played theirs. Of course they can't quite catch up before the game ends even if they had been dominating....
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