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Subject: biding for side rss

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Danick Cloutier
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I have heard somewhere that for tournament play there is some kind of biding for choosing side.
Can someone explain it to me?

By the way, who play this game on vassal?
(it looks like I am the only one)


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Björn von Knorring
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You can also play it on wargameroom.com. I would be happy to play with you there.
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Here are the bidding rules for Sekigahara at the World Boardgaming Championship (WBC);

"Players will begin with a bid for sides. Randomly determine the first bidder. Bid in blocks (zero or higher), specifying the side. The winner gets their choice of side, and the loser gets the bid number of blocks added to their recruitment box. Thus, if the winning bid is 1 block for Tokugawa, Ishida will begin with five blocks in the recruitment box and Tokugawa will begin with four."
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