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Francis Feldmann
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Business development consultant and chess coach - you found me!
Business development consultant and chess coach - you found me!

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Fireworks for the Fourth - A Review of Hanabi
Last year, I reviewed a game that I played on July 4th: Battle Cry .  My son and I played it because of the holiday.  The Battle of Gettysburg was fought 150 years earlier over the first days of July.  This year I thought I would review a family game that t...
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Review of Hanabi
Review of Hanabi
Review of Hanabi
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Ticket to Ride - 10th Anniversary Edition
A few years ago I wrote a review of Ticket to Ride , a fantastic game by Days of Wonder.   What I said then still holds true:  no one has ever told
me they dislike it. Both gamers and non-gamers alike are drawn to this game. Ticket to Ride was released in ...
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Whatever Weekend 2014
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Port of Call: Puerto Rico and San Juan Reviews
Today, you get a double feature!  I'm not going to review just one game, but two!  San Juan use the card game version of Puerto Rico , so it seems appropriate to do them together. In both games, the object is to build a colony of buildings which produce res...
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A Party Game to Treasure - Reviewing Incan Gold
My gaming group doesn't really play party games.  Apples to Apples hasn't hit the table.  Neither has Taboo, Pictionary or Trivial Pursuit .  For most of the people in the group, they want to play something with a little more strategy.  For myself, I am not...
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Literally
I have talked about rules before , but mainly how to review and remember them.  I haven't addressed how to read them.  Really? How to read rules? Rules don't always make sense at first... Now, there's not doubt that rules can be confusing.  Often, they don'...
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“When you buy a board game, it’s about a price point of $40 to $45, and you can play it all winter long,” Ward said. “If you take your whole family to a movie, you’ll spend $100 to $125, almost.”
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Who You Calling a Variant?
Recently, I talked about a day when our niece was over , and playing Clue with her.  This game was frustrating at time, as I think I rolled a "1" six times in a row.  I was getting nowhere.  The only redeeming part of it was that our niece thought this was ...
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2fer Tuesday! 2 New Sounds: A WWII battlefield and a tropical rainforest biome. If you're using these in the same session - then I want to join your game!
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