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dave boulton
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played my first multiplayer game yesterday chaotic but fun, I think we completed it but I have a question; on the easy level the card has 3 things to do, for 3 people it is 21 customers, 9 plates and 6 prestige,

what does that customers number mean? In the end we interpreted it that it was the amount of cards taken from the deck, we completed 17 dishes, this easily made the 9 plates and 6 prestige but not the customers, there were 6 customers left (presumably for the next day) on the board and perhaps another 12 or so having been discarded.

so I guess I am asking, Did we win?

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The basic objectives consist of:

1 - top row: serve a certain number of orders. An order can consist of multiple dishes.
So, basically it is the number of cards you completely fulfilled (and served). It's neither the number of plates you served, nor the number of cards that were revealed (=still on the board) or even discarded.

2 - center row: have a specific amount of money at the end of the game (it's not the number of plates!)

3- bottom row: have earned a number of prestige points.

The number of plates served is completely irrelevant towards the basic objective.

So I guess, no, you did not win...
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Ramalingam Raghavan
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FYI it is difficult to win in the easy level for your first few games.

Better luck next time.
 
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We are an experienced group and managed to win the second "easy" game with the absolute minimum required.
But I agree, for the first few games, it's quite hard to win.
 
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