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Alter Eintrag #571 geschrieben Aug 30 2018, 18:45:36 Zitat 
All updated!
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Alter Eintrag #572 geschrieben Aug 30 2018, 20:49:09 Zitat 
R M13
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Alter Eintrag #573 geschrieben Sep 1 2018, 03:32:07 Zitat 
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Alter Eintrag #574 geschrieben Sep 2 2018, 02:11:12 Zitat 
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Martin Irla
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Alter Eintrag #575 geschrieben Sep 2 2018, 02:28:14 Zitat 
L6...blue
L5...red
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Alter Eintrag #576 geschrieben Sep 2 2018, 16:43:52 Zitat 
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Alter Eintrag #577 geschrieben Sep 2 2018, 19:56:23 Zitat 
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Alter Eintrag #578 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 17:18:33 Zitat 
Y G14
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Alter Eintrag #579 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 17:33:57 Zitat 
We are almost done now...I guess :P
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Alter Eintrag #580 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 17:35:16 Zitat 
R L3
R L4

Congratulations Martin – very well played. I forgot the rules regarding village stealing, and your last move gave you total control. I think you are going to win anyway, because you were one pagoda ahead of me but your last move was great.

Dude, thanks for hosting a great game and taking the time to do this. It was fun and you made a great spreadsheet for this game.

Decide to do it again I will join. My only suggestion is I believe the game is better with 3 players. It moves faster and it seemed to be a closer contested game with only 3. With 4 players I can't imagine the other two were very excited because they got so far behind so early. It is very hard to get more than 1 or 2 tiles ahead when only three players.

Anyway, the game was great and cheers all the players and thanks again Ivelin.
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Alter Eintrag #581 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 17:37:27 Zitat 
Yeap,i think....but Vins move althugh appears in the sheet is not posted here,so i will wait you give me the ok to move Ivelin....
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Alter Eintrag #582 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 17:40:07 Zitat 
Wrote that before seeing Vins move...
M2....yellow
M3....yellow

And thanks a lot Vin,think i had really good tiles during the game.
And Ivelin,thanks a lot,fantastic game and brilliantly hosted,later maybe i will say more....
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Alter Eintrag #583 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 17:44:04 Zitat 
And with that, I declare the first winner of QIN - Martin Irla !!

Congratulations Martin!

Well done to the other finalists too:

2nd place - Vin Struder
3rd place - Ania Piekarska
4th place - George Slater

Thanks to everybody who played and hope to see more people involved next season!
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Alter Eintrag #584 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 17:53:52 Zitat 
I get your point about the 4 players vs 3 players but there is a luck part involved and George in particular had horrible luck with his tiles. On the other hand, you and Martin had more doubles. In fact, I think the best player in the final was Ania as she made some great moves, while not having the best tiles.

With that said, whether we will play with 3 or 4 players per board will depend on the number of players.

Ideally, we will get 16 players which makes 4 boards x 4 players.

My goal is to make the first place be more important than just qualify, so the format will be the following:

4 groups of 4 players

The 4 winners go to the 1-4 final
The 4 runners-up go to the 5-8 final
The 4 third place finishers to the 9-12 final
And the 4 last places to the 13-16 final
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Alter Eintrag #585 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 18:14:51 Zitat 
We are all noobs in this game,but i will give an opinion about it anyway...
Think that Ania had a very good 2nd part of the game,she was the one that put me in trouble and in a way delayed my victory,i was quite lucky with the tiles i got and always had a good one.She took away a province and a village from me,at that stage i thought that had better moves to do and didnt defend them although i could have done it.But think building so large provinces at first,made her lose time and pagodas in the beginning.Although thats a very subjective opinion as i dont know what tiles she had at that stage...
For sure i will play again and defend the title,i really enjoyed a lot playing Qin....
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Alter Eintrag #586 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 18:15:45 Zitat 
Congratulations Martin! Well played!

Thanks Ivelin for hosting the game! It was a lot of fun, and the game choice was very interesting.

Quote ( Vin Struder @ September 3rd 2018,17:35:16 )

My only suggestion is I believe the game is better with 3 players. It moves faster and it seemed to be a closer contested game with only 3.

I agree that the 3 person games seemed much faster, although I think Ivelin had a little less time recently so this may be connected as well. I myself stalled at least twice because I didn't notice it's my move and didn't get a reminder message. Tthat's not a complaint in any case, I wouldn't require Ivelin to be there every minute of course, just stating there was a difference between QF and finals.

Quote ( Vin Struder @ September 3rd 2018,17:35:16 )

and it seemed to be a closer contested game with only 3. With 4 players I can't imagine the other two were very excited because they got so far behind so early. It is very hard to get more than 1 or 2 tiles ahead when only three players.

I think it's quite random how many players are in a position to try to win. In our QF it was close, but in Martin's QF it was completely one-sided. My SF was also one-sided, with 3 people much behind.

In general, my only complaint about the game is that it's too random. Not that it makes it bad, but I'd rather see a points-based tournament than a cup one, since one can drop out just because of pure bad luck.

Quote ( Ivelin Dobrev @ September 3rd 2018,17:53:52 )

In fact, I think the best player in the final was Ania as she made some great moves, while not having the best tiles.

Thanks! It's nice to hear it. I started with bad tiles, but I think I got quite nice ones later on. There were a couple of moves when I felt like "wow, that's a nice find" but I'm aware of one or two stupid errors as well.
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Alter Eintrag #587 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 18:38:53 Zitat 
Think that there are advantages and disadvantages playing the game as Ivelin says,only the winners of the groups going to the final...
The obvious advantage will be that it will make the game faster and more dynamic...
The disadvantage is that it will also make the game more random and even if you play really well if you have bad tiles you wont have a defence and you will be completely out of top positions,luck will be more involved...

But suppose that you cant have it all,and Ivelin will have to decide what weighs more and its better for the game....I rather go with 2 qualyfying as it gives you more chance to defend yourself if you are unlucky with your tiles,but the other one i see it as a good option as well.....
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Alter Eintrag #588 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 18:44:26 Zitat 
I like the idea of making it a league instead of a knockout. However, that would mean it will take longer to complete a season. So we have to consider that.
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Alter Eintrag #589 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 20:05:20 Zitat 
Is there a fixed number of each colored tile per game? Example: is there a limit on the number of "B B" tiles available? Or is that random and it changes every game?
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Alter Eintrag #590 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 20:08:10 Zitat 
Quote ( Vin Struder @ September 3rd 2018,20:05:20 )

Is there a fixed number of each colored tile per game? Example: is there a limit on the number of "B B" tiles available? Or is that random and it changes every game?
Yes, it’s fixed.

12 of each type, so 72 in total.
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Alter Eintrag #591 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 20:45:08 Zitat 
I keep count on them,always Vin....nothing definitive,but at least it gives you a percentage of chances of what others can have and maybe you can limit the mistakes,and more towards the end...
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Alter Eintrag #592 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 20:52:32 Zitat 
I kept track of them in QF and SF but never used that information so I stopped it for Final round.
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Alter Eintrag #593 geschrieben Sep 3 2018, 21:00:26 Zitat 
Congrats Martin!

Wow, that game was insanely frustrating for me. After the first few moves I felt like there was pretty much nothing I could do based on my tiles and there was rarely a single tile available for me to take advantage of. Ania made some great moves, including taking one of my 3 square provinces with 2 of her 2 square provinces.
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Alter Eintrag #594 geschrieben Sep 27 2018, 18:48:50 Zitat 
RANKINGS AFTER SEASON 0

1. Martin Irla
2. Vin Struder
3. Ania Piekarska
4. George Slater
5. John Ibbotson
6. Gastón Paris
7. Niks Vucāns
8. Chew Kai Wen
9. Steve Wade
10. Jens Frostrup

I will open the new thread soon. I hope we can get 16 players, but it could work with 12 too.
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