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Michael B
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At a local meetup I had the opportunity to play Sixes with six. Sixes is a very fun little game and if you have the right crowd they will ask to play again and again.

Sixes is a card party game that is played over 6 rounds. At the begging of each round you draw a card from the given deck that gives you a category for the round. In the first and fourth round you are trying to match your six answers the other members of your group. The second and fifth round you are looking for six unique answers from the other members of your group. The third and sixth are a lightning round where you have six different categories and are trying to match the other members of the group. At the end of each round you score one point for each answer (up to 6)that is either matching or unique, depending on the round, and if you get all six answers you get a bonus point. Quite simple to learn and we up and playing in about 5 minutes. We played this for about an hour over 3 games.

The players involved were Missy, Brittney, Kaylyn, Mike, Micah and Doug. Age ranges from 13 to 50 (and it worked for everyone). In the first game It was Mike 25, Brittney 22, Micah 19, Missy and Doug both 16 and Kaylyn 10. Followed by the second game where Kaylyn comes back to first place with 26, Mike with 24, Micah and Doug with 19 and Brittney and Missy with 18. The third game ended in a 3 way tie for first between Brittney, Micah and Doug at 22, Mike and Kaylyn at 20 and Missy at 19. Very close games and a great time was had by all. If time would have allowed they wanted to play again. I can see this getting to the table very soon. If you haven't tried this yet, it is a great family game that nearly all members can enjoy.
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