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Arthur Au
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OK......who got most points wins the game.

If both got equal points, who served most customers wins.

If both served same number of customers......
what's the meaning of "higher number of living family members"?

Should I compare:
a. how many living family members
b. the number on the youngest living family member
c. total all the numbers of the living family members


 
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Mik Svellov
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Simply the number of meeples not yet dead or unborn. (= c)
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Aurum wrote:

what's the meaning of "higher number of living family members"?

Should I compare:
a. how many living family members
b. the number on the youngest living family member
c. total all the numbers of the living family members


I see where you're coming from there! Perhaps it would be better written as "most" living family members (so as not to confuse with the "number" on the piece).

In any event, I'm sure a) is correct - the person with the most living family members wins the tie.
 
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Mik Svellov
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The German rules are correct. Blame the translator.
He may not be perfect - but he's cheap cool


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Seghillian wrote:


I see where you're coming from there! Perhaps it would be better written as "most" living family members (so as not to confuse with the "number" on the piece).


Yes, it is Engrish. Remedy: Use a professional translator.

"The universal language of the world is: Bad English!"
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Wolfram wrote:
Yes, it is Engrish. Remedy: Use a professional translator.

Who is a native speaker of the target language.
 
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Arthur Au
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Thanks you!
 
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