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Paul Sauberer
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I realize why it was done for gaming reasons, but I still had to chuckle when I read over the rules and saw that one of the "Big Cities" was Miami.

According to the 1910 census, the population of Miami was 11,933.
 
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Bobby Warren
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Psauberer wrote:
According to the 1910 census, the population of Miami was 11,933.

What a coincidence! That's the current number of former University of Miami football players currently in jail!
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Eugene Tackleberry
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Now, that's what I'm talking about, you come into our house, you should get your behind kicked. You don't come into the OB playing that stuff. You're across the ocean over there. You're across the city. You can't come over to our place talking noise like that. You'll get your butt beat.

 
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What do the "Big City" rules mean?
 
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Adam Smiles
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jcb231 wrote:
What do the "Big City" rules mean?


The entire ticket deck consists of tickets that connect to at least one of the 7 "big cities". The 7 cities are New York, Chicago, LA, Seattle, Miami, Houston and Dallas.
 
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