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Quinn Swanger
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The rules do not specify what should happen if there is no player "with the most Strings of Fate". I'm guessing/assuming that in this case the game would be declared a draw. Or is there some tie-breaking criteria that I somehow missed? Thanks!
 
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qswanger wrote:
The rules do not specify what should happen if there is no player "with the most Strings of Fate". I'm guessing/assuming that in this case the game would be declared a draw. Or is there some tie-breaking criteria that I somehow missed? Thanks!


No tie-breaker I'm aware of. I wonder how often it happens - the games I've played have mostly been surprisingly not close at the end, though throughout the game I always feel like it could go either way. It's one of those games where a small move could have big ramifications on end-game score. What this also means, I think, is that the spread of end game scores isn't necessarily indicative of how close the game "felt" throughout.
 
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Guenter Cornett
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Yes, there is no tie-breaker. Although it's sometimes very close at the end, in my experience a tie happens rarely. In my opinion a tie-breaker would take away clearness. It would have been necessary if it would much more often tend to a draw.
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