1433Re: [Unity_Games] B&N Report or Dawn of the Brain Dead Gamers!
- Oct 4, 2000--- Dave Bernazzani <dber@...> wrote:
>I guess I was comparing Taj to Poker on the similarity
> > [Taj ~ poker snip]
> > I'm likening Taj to Poker with respect to the card
> > play - again, I don't think that the luck factor
> > drawn cards plays a huge part.
> Ahh... well, most games of poker we play don't
> involve much card play. Lots
> of Hold'em and 7-card stud variants - so there is
> very little actual card
> play (although a few roll-over games we play do have
> the Taj feel). It's
> more a matter of revealing bits of information
> common information and
> balancing them against privately held information.
> I assumed you were
> talking more on the evaluation / bluffing side. But
> no matter.
of feel around the bluffing and evaluation of others
cards based upon the the value of the region for them.
Thanks for clarifying my ambiguities.
> It doesn't mean I dislike the game, it's still veryScrewage - another technical term fromt he gaming
> strong for me. But I'm
> always less prone to like games where the screwage
> is heavy. This is one of
> the reasons I'm not overly fond of Manhattan.
hobby - maybe we should get Walter to compose the
first Unity glossary of terms adding screwage to such
classics as weaselopolis, AVF, and others.
Craig whose hoping to play Taj on Sunday.
Craig W. Massey
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