53Re: [pennsicgames] Re: Game Teachers wanted!
- May 5, 2005If Istvan does not want to do it, I could probably teach 9 man's
morris and 12 man's morris. They are after all fairly simple games
that I know pretty well.
On 5/5/05, Michel Wolffauer <mike@...> wrote:
> Greetings folks!
> Yasha wrote:
> >Although I have never taught a class before if there is anything I can
> >do to help let me know. I am certainly willing to help work in the
> >tent pretty much every day of war week.
> We can certainly use the help at the tent.
> Meanwhile, would you (or anyone else out there) like to teach
> something? It's really not too hard if it's a game you know fairly
> well. Plus we'd love to see more folks teaching :)
> Right now we've got the following topics covered:
> Byzantine Chess
> Nard (Backgammon)
> Kugelach (Judaic Knucklebones)
> Xiang-qi (Chinese Chess)
> Introduction to period board games (covering Alquerques and Fox & Geese,
> I believe)
> I will add (unless someone else wants to teach them):
> Intro to Go
> Istvan can probably give us two or three of the following:
> Game of Goose
> 9 Man's Morris
> Other classes we've had in the past (and wouldn't mind seeing again):
> Astronomical Tables
> Any of the other Chess variants (European or Asian)
> Laugh and Lie Down
> Dice games
> - Michel
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