Joshua Miller: "Simple systems interact to create complex, interesting decisions. Plays at a snappy pace, and has enough random variables to be enjoyed again and again without growing old."
Frank Hamrick: "This one has fallen a bit on many people's lists (mine as well). It may not have staying power. Although it has held pretty steady with me (but has dropped a couple of spots since the first 50 plays). I really enjoy it as a 2-player (where I think it shines best). However, it is certainly not in the same category as the first two very rich board games. What I enjoy, however, is the simplicity of the game - but the surprising depth of choices it provides. Meets most of my criteria/biases for a great game."
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