Joshua Miller: "Absolutely brilliant, multi-faceted design with a variability and depth of strategy that rewards repeated play. The tactics of the battle board are fairly easy to learn, but it's the strategy of the master board that separates the expert from the novice."
Richard Vickery: "Magnificent design rewarding the calculating gambler."
Aaron Fuegi: "I no longer play FTF every week as I did for years but still love it. It is a game where I think one should either play a lot or not at all. There is just too much depth for dabbling to be much fun I think."
picture from Board Game Geek
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