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Friday, April 20, 2007

Members in Attendance

Games Played

Members in Attendance

  • Bradley, Keith
  • Chao, Hubert
  • Chen, Jesse
  • DeRuiter, Eric
  • Edwards, Caleb
  • Grigoriev, Michael
  • Held, David
  • O'Connell, James
  • P., Emily
  • Renaud, Rob
  • Rosen, Thomas
  • Schwartz, Mainon
  • Sharpe, Zachary
  • Shin, David
  • Siwanowicz, Jan
  • Stujenske, Daniel
  • Tai, Terry
  • Tumarkin, Dave
  • Washington, Robert

  • Games Played

    Blue Moon City Blue Moon City Blue Moon City
    Winners: Daniel Stujenske Rob Renaud Jan Siwanowicz
    Bridges of Shangri-La eBay Electronic Talking Auction Game eBay Electronic Talking Auction Game
    Winners: Robert Washington1 Dave Tumarkin Emily P.
    eBay Electronic Talking Auction Game Entdecker - Exploring New Horizons Fury of Dracula
    Winners: Emily P.2 Hubert Chao3 Caleb Edwards
    Loco! Loco! Loco!
    Winners: Robert Washington Robert Washington Jan Siwanowicz4
    Lowenherz O Zoo le Mio Primordial Soup
    Winners: Thomas Rosen5 Caleb Edwards6 James O'Connell
    Settlers of Catan Settlers of Catan Vegas Showdown
    Winners: Daniel Stujenske Keith Bradley7 Jan Siwanowicz

    1 After kindly coordinating a mass Tanga purchase of this game, Robert proceeds to crush us all at it.

    2 Emily is just too fast for the competition.

    3 Hubert wins the first game of the Teuber Trilogy with 69 points, beating out Emily's 63, Keith's 55, and Tom's measly 48 points. However, Tom would get his revenge later in the trilogy.

    4 All three games of this were over before I even had a chance to blink!

    5 Tom captured the third game of the Teuber Trilogy with a come from behind win. It helped being in a corner far from the three other players, and it was also handy having an enormous hand of money stockpiled.

    6 Caleb brings another new game to the club. Caleb wins another game. No surprises here.

    7 Keith triumphs in the second game of the Teuber Trilogy with Tom sitting in second at 9 victory points. The dice certainly favored Keith and Tom in this four-player game, but Keith's longest road gave him the edge he needed to take the middle game of the three.