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Gene Lin
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Does the double tile allow you to sell 2 goods at station? Is there any advantage over a single tile if it does not?

Does player order stay in effect for both the movement and following bid phase? Is going first in general valuable? I would think this would always be an advantage in the movement phase but may be good or bad in the bid phase.
 
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Dave Eisen
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Only advantage over the single tile is that it allows you to sell either of two things. It is just plain not as good as getting both single tiles that picture the goods on the double tile, but maybe getting one tile is easier than getting two of them.

First is best when moving. In the auction, usually last is best. Last lets you place after everyone else does and you can often win many tiles that way. First has its benefits in the auction as well too, the ability to stake your claim on a certain tile and be able to guarantee you can keep it.
 
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David desJardins
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dkeisen wrote:
Only advantage over the single tile is that it allows you to sell either of two things. It is just plain not as good as getting both single tiles that picture the goods on the double tile, but maybe getting one tile is easier than getting two of them.


Doesn't the double tile let you do exactly the same things that you could do with both single tiles? Are you just referring to the fact that the single tiles also allow you to increase the values of those goods?
 
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