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Subject: POG- movement question rss

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Philip Yaure
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Wondering if lines in the water between Danzig and Konigsberg, and Konigsberg and Memel are treated as actual movement lines, or just show something else.
 
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Leslie King
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They just mark actual geographical features that are present there - they have no effect on gameplay.
 
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Actually, in POG, the object is to build a stack of small cardboard disks, or POGs, and then to move, in a quick downward motion on top of the stack, a heavier piece, or "slammer". Any POGs that you manage to flip over are yours to keep. The other player then re-stacks the remaining POGs, and repeats the "slamming" motion. Players repeat until all the POGs have been flipped, and the player that has flipped the most is the winner.

The game was a hit for a few months in the early 90's, mostly due to it's low cost. Faded pretty quick, as I remember.

while you could probably pick up some on ebay pretty cheap,it seems a long way to go to play, all the way to Danzig and Konigsberg. Unless this is your home town, of course.

Does that answer your question?
 
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Philip Yaure
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