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A. Gerald Fitzsimons
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Great game, but it's a bit frustrating at times when a card won't slide under without the current placed card being lifted which then sometimes causes a brush to fall out of place and some cards to be dislodged, especially with children. Are there any other way of doing this?
 
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P. oeppel
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I use a (felt) table cloth. Works like charm.
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A. Gerald Fitzsimons
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Wow! I just tried it. That works perfectly! Thank you That will make the game so much more relaxing to play. I will used clothes from now on.

In trying that I accidentally discovered another way. On a regular table if you leave the cards 0.5cm off the edge of the table, you can slide them in from the end of the cards, even if you hold down firmly on the placed cards.

One of these tips should be in the rulebook.
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A Huynh
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I just build my tableau on the left side of the player board, just place new cards on top of old ones. you just ignore the elements that are upside down on the left side of the card.

Much easier than sliding cards under.
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Geroid wrote:
Wow! I just tried it. That works perfectly! Thank you That will make the game so much more relaxing to play. I will used clothes from now on.


For a long time, I was firmly in the "I have a nice wooden table, no need to hide it" camp. Once a friend gifted the felt table cloth to me, I was immediately convinced. I now use it for every game night (uniform background, creating a "game night" setting, reduces/softens noises from dropped game components,...).
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A. Gerald Fitzsimons
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I seen a foldable pool table the other day and I was very tempted to buy it to use it as a board game table, side pockets as drink holders.

I will have to look for a felt table cloth
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