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Justin Davis
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The only "rule book" I could find is one of the equipment cards that says High Noon Rules 2 - 6 Players. I've read in another thread that there are additional rules for 2 players concerning duels, like the ability of a person being able to refuse the challenge, and also challenging someone who is not actually in the town you are in. Am I missing that rule book, or is the equipment card the "rules" that come in this expansion? Does this mean there are really only 9 new equipment cards to add to the game?
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sean brown

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Hi Justin,

Nope everything rules wise is on that small hight noon card (including 2p rules)
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Thanks, Mr.B. So, just for clarification in regards to the other post with additional information for duels in 2-player games (https://www.boardgamegeek.com/article/16100527#16100527): When playing with 3+ players, do you still play where one player goes to a town and challenges another player to a duel, no matter where they are the map, or do both players have to be in the town in order to challenge for a duel? Is the restriction of only dueling in towns also for 3+ games? The reason I ask is that the card in the Gambler expansion states 2 - 6 players.
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Hi Justin,

The Gambler Expansion adds the ability to play up to 6 players (core game allows only 3-5 players)

The Gambler Expansion also adds the ability to play with 2 (High Noon)

High Noon rules can be played with any number of players, but was designed for 2.

The Gambler Expansions is listed as 2-6 players, because, when combined with your core game, now you can!

In the core game (Spurs) for 3 players, you would duel as normal (to clarify, in your post I believe you are understanding duels wrong). In the base game you can move to ANY space on the map where an opponent is and challenge them to a duel.

The town restriction is only when using High Noon rules (for 2 - but some folks love playing High Noon with 3 and 4!)

Hope this helps clarify!

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Great! Thanks for the clarification. Getting my Poncho and Cowboy hat ready for some dueling this weekend.
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