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Subject: These Notepad Sheets Sure Are Confusing rss

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Eddie the Cranky Gamer
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I've recently picked up the new RGG reprint of Incognito.

Ok, so I'm supposed to track what I've shown people (and what combinations of cards I've used to do that) and what they've shown me (and what combinations of cards they've used to do that).

But honestly my brain isn't seeing a really good way to use these sheets to do that. Heck, I'm not even sure how to mark down player names on it. It seems rather a mess.

Any tips or advice?
 
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Jim Cote
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Put the 3 other player's names one each in the 3 sections on the left. When that player shows you cards, put dots across the top row in his section on the right side of the boxes in the proper columns. When you show him cards, use the left side of the boxes. Use a new row for each time cards are shown. You won't need more than the 10 rows provided.

 
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Andy Hunsucker
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Use one section for each of the other players. Write an X for cards they've shown you, and an O for cards you've shown them. Easy.

EDIT: One trade per line of course. Usually you'll have plenty of lines unless someone is really bugging you every time.
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Eddie the Cranky Gamer
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Perfect! Thanks for the help!
 
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Jerod S.
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Yeah I have played this game x2 and have yet to figure out a good "system" for keeping track of the info. I thought at first that I would run out of room and couldn't use a new line each time, but I think running out would be rare.

I like using the X and O's approach above and might try that next time. As long as I don't get them mixed up.
 
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