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Subject: Tea card + special order scenario rss

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Jennifer Weight
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We had a player collect 3 tea cards and throughout the round of play, had also use 2 special order cards to duplicate 2 more tea cards. At the end of the round he had 5 total tea cards (including the 2 special orders), which also caused those cards to be the biggest set. So he scores 25? Or can it not be played that way?
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Phil Walker-Harding
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Yes this is legal, and a very nice play.
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Brian Walker
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Hi, could you explain how you get 25pts out of that. I'm new to the game. Thanks
 
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Mike Gallo
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Bribaba wrote:
Hi, could you explain how you get 25pts out of that. I'm new to the game. Thanks


Tea says: Count the number of cards in your largest (or tied for largest) set of cards with the same background color. Tea is worth 1 point per card in that set.

Special Order says: A special order card copies any other card you previously played in the current round.

This player had all three tea cards and used two special order cards to copy the tea, giving him effectively 5 tea cards.

The 5 tea cards were the players largest set with the same background color. This means that each tea card is worth five points.

Five cards worth five points each = 25 points.
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Many thanks
 
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