Ticket to Ride, US map, 1910 version
Players: Vito, blue; Rob, green
Vito discarded 1 ticket and Rob kept 3 tickets to start.
Rob connected Omaha to Kansas City and later Omaha to Duluth. Vito connected San Francisco to Denver and then Denver to Salt Lake City. Rob followed by laying tracks from Kansas City to Oklahoma City and then southward to Dallas, establishing a central North-South railway. Rob then connected Denver to Kansas City and Vito went from Chicago to Omaha. Rob then made a series of connections in succeeding turns: Kansas City to Saint Louis, Saint Louis to Chicago and Chicago to Toronto. After collecting a handful of cards, Vito laid rail from Denver to Omaha and Rob followed with Toronto to Montreal. Vito then connected Denver to Helena and Rob went from Montreal to Boston. Vito proceeded with Salt Lake City to San Francisco.
Rob then collected tickets and kept only 1 and later laid track from Boston to New York. Vito went from Winnipeg to Helena and on the next turn drew tickets, keeping 2. Rob connected Dallas to Houston, then Houston to New Orleans. Vito connected Los Angeles to Las Vegas (aren’t funds allocated in the stimulus package to do just that?).
At this point, both players were tied at 36 points. Vito laid rail from Seattle to Helena and Rob went from New Orleans to sunny Miami. Vito then connected Calgary to Helena, making him the baron of Helena with 4 routes into town. He then proceeded to go from Vancouver to Seattle and Rob went from Seattle to Calgary. Vito went from Las Vegas to Salt Lake City and later, Atlanta to Charleston. Rob connected Charleston to Miami.
When the last tracks were put down, both players were tied at 65 points. Both players completed the same number of tickets and neither player had uncompleted tickets. Vito had 44 points in tickets and Rob had 34, making Vito the winner at 109 and Rob at 99.