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Marco Teti
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OK maybe I'm playing wrong here. I've been mostly having Dale bot take the most expensive market spot. It's not necessarily the most expensive tile. If that's the case, It make it much more interesting.

So I take it he takes the most expensive tile. Not the Market value is that correct?
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He takes the most expensive tile to buy, considering both the individual tile cost and its current market cost.
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SgtTenor wrote:
OK maybe I'm playing wrong here. I've been mostly having Dale bot take the most expensive market spot. It's not necessarily the most expensive tile. If that's the case, It make it much more interesting.

So I take it he takes the most expensive tile. Not the Market value is that correct?


Yes, the tile that is most expensive to buy, not simply in the left-most spot. You can sometime manipulate AI's buy so it's not optimal.
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eunoia wrote:
SgtTenor wrote:
OK maybe I'm playing wrong here. I've been mostly having Dale bot take the most expensive market spot. It's not necessarily the most expensive tile. If that's the case, It make it much more interesting.

So I take it he takes the most expensive tile. Not the Market value is that correct?


Yes, the tile that is most expensive to buy, not simply in the left-most spot. You can sometime manipulate AI's buy so it's not optimal.


In fact, that's one of the better strategies - getting the bot to buy tiles that it can't really use

Dale (the developer) who made Dale the bot
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