yes you could try to place a large next to several of your smaller pieces later in play to make them score (your opponent is unlikely to [intentionally] do this for you).
Dale Newfield <Dale@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
David Artman wrote:
> Make more sense, now? It's really like shuffleboard, but without the
> board or the stick. And it's "Martian" because it's all about
> proximity (which we've learned is of importance to Martians from
> other games like Martian Chess).
To me it sounds more like horseshoes or bocce than shuffleboard...
Do I understand correctly that you can never score anything for a large
you have out there? Any reason not to send that off the edge of the
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