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Any reason this couldn't be played with 6 players?

Got a copy to play with another couple this weekend, and just learned another couple will be joining us...

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Or play "teams" of two each. I think that's better than 6 hands but try it both ways and tell us what you think!
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clydeiii wrote:
Or play "teams" of two each. I think that's better than 6 hands but try it both ways and tell us what you think!


EXCELLENT suggestion!

Haha might not even get to trying it 6 handed, I like that idea so much!!

The one thing I was worried about was the memory aspect (there might be adult beverages involved) so this would help that, AND help players not feel as guilty if they make a bad move - if a team makes a bad move, the guilt can be dissipated more easily.

awesome, thanks!!
 
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jobin13 wrote:
clydeiii wrote:
Or play "teams" of two each. I think that's better than 6 hands but try it both ways and tell us what you think!


EXCELLENT suggestion!

Haha might not even get to trying it 6 handed, I like that idea so much!!

The one thing I was worried about was the memory aspect (there might be adult beverages involved) so this would help that, AND help players not feel as guilty if they make a bad move - if a team makes a bad move, the guilt can be dissipated more easily.

awesome, thanks!!


There shouldn't be that much memory aspect. As long as one person remembers what other people should "know", we usually "remind" them. And repositioning your cards is usually a good indicator.
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