Two Player Abstracts Suitable for Tournament Play
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Each November at U-Con Gaming Convention in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, I run a tournament in which contestants play a wide variety of two-player abstract board games. I'm always open to suggestions for games to include in the tournament. I'd like to stay away from the most popular classics (e.g., Checkers, Chess, Go, Oware, Othello, etc.) and focus on lesser-played abstracts (e.g., Chase, Emergo, Lines of Action, Strata 5, etc.) with the idea that winning should depend more upon creative tactics than prior study.

Please feel free to comment or make suggestions for games I should consider for the tournament. Suggested games must be playable with two players, abstract (either no theme, or a superficial theme that doesn't affect game play), have perfect information, turn-based (not real-time, but simultaneous turn-based games might be OK), depend entirely on strategic skill (no random or dexterity elements), and must be able to be learned and played to completion within an hour.

Since its 7th year, my annual tournament has been part of the IAGO World Tour.
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101. Board Game: Unlur [Average Rating:7.75 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Ann Arbor
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Unlur is certainly a winner among connection games. The extended pie rule makes this a great game.
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102. Board Game: Waving Hands [Average Rating:7.35 Overall Rank:5228]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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If other simultaneous movement games like Cosmic Coasters are suitable, then so too would Waving Hands. But I'm not sure about that yet, so this may have to wait a year.
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103. Board Game: Atlanteon [Average Rating:5.82 Overall Rank:4356]
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I have only limited experience with this one, but the games were fairly quick, and the theme didn't seem to get in the way of the underlying abstract game.
 
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104. Board Game: Gobblet [Average Rating:6.56 Overall Rank:1442]
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This one is new to my library. It bears some superficial resemblance to three-dimensional tit-tat-toe and Quarto, but I find the game play more interesting.
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105. Board Game: Madam X [Average Rating:6.46 Unranked]
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Very fast to explain to people who already know checkers rules (almost everybody).
 
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106. Board Game: Zaroc [Average Rating:5.94 Unranked]
Stephan Koehr
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Another little gem from PIN. My personal favorite from their "Games Collection". A fast stacking game with a kind of "Tower of Hanoi" feeling. Needs some careful planning in the endgame.

 
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107. Board Game: Zhadu: Legend of the Sharing [Average Rating:7.39 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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A game suggested by S.K. Lator. I don't know much about it, but will definitely check it out for possible inclusion in the tournament.
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108. Board Game: 90 Grad [Average Rating:6.38 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Another of S.K. Lator's suggestions that I need to investigate. So many games, so little time!
 
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109. Board Game: Mamba [Average Rating:6.34 Overall Rank:6517]
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Also check this... interesting timing options.
 
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110. Board Game: TiJa [Average Rating:5.00 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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TiJa is a little abstract that I was sent as a gift, and it turns out to have some really interesting tactics, the main of which is to control the number of your own pieces in the center at the time the game ends. It's short, sweet and easy to learn.
 
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111. Board Game: Cabale [Average Rating:6.25 Overall Rank:4557]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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If the 60 minute timeframe is correct, Cabale might be pushing the length envelope for tournament play. But the rules are short, if not quite intuitive at first, so that might make it usable. Does anyone have any comments on how this one plays? I haven't had a chance to as of this writing.
 
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112. Board Game: Tricolor [Average Rating:6.00 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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I've only played Tricolor with three people so far, and it seems to suffer a bit for the third player. The English instructions are also horribly written and leave several points vague. But forcing moves keep this one going forward, and it would likely finish in well under an hour's time. There aren't a whole lot of stacking games on this list yet, so I'll likely include Tricolor, at least for one year.
 
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113. Board Game: Give & Take [Average Rating:5.50 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Ann Arbor
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Give & Take is another abstract published by Ideal when plastic was cheap. But the game itself is quite interesting. The whole first phase of the game is jocking for placement of your pieces in such a way that they'll be both easy to bring together for removal in the second phase, with the secondary first phase goal of getting a jump on the second phase by moving first. Fascinating.
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114. Board Game: Reed's Game [Average Rating:6.00 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Ann Arbor
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I learned about Reed's Game from Mark Thompson of Chicago, who took second place in the tournament the first year. We corresponded over a few months searching for a work-around for the fortress stalemate defense, and came up with a working game that's only slightly different from, and full in keeping with the original patent by Charles F. Reed. Reed's Game has been included in the tournament since its second year.
 
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115. Board Game: SiegeStones [Average Rating:5.75 Overall Rank:7840]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Ann Arbor
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I only saw SiegeStones in the local educational games store briefly in late 2004, at a time when money was tight, and I haven't seen it for sale in any gaming stores since. However, I already have the materials necessary to play the game, but have yet to actually play it. Can anyone comment on how it plays for two, whether or not the area influence scoring is well-balanced for that number, and if there is a first or second player advantage?
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116. Board Game: Fields of Action [Average Rating:6.70 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Ann Arbor
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I used Rummikub tiles in two colors on an ordinary 8x8 Checkers board to play this one, but a Salta set could also be used. Fields of Action is a wonderful abstract set collection game from the late master designer Sid Sackson. I highly recommend it.
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117. Board Game: Phalanx [Average Rating:5.79 Overall Rank:8225]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Ann Arbor
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I think the 90 minute length listed for this game is a bit long, as I've never had a game last longer than about 45 minutes -- half the listed time. In any case, a timer could be used to enforce speedy play.
 
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118. Board Game: Quick Cross [Average Rating:2.62 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Ann Arbor
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This one is pretty questionable, and I hesitate to list it without having played it. But this appears to be a Nim-like alignment / connection game. It might be interesting to play as if four in a corner also counted as a win (as in Quarto). Does anyone have an opinion on whether or not Quick Cross is worth including?
 
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119. Board Game: Smess: The Ninny's Chess [Average Rating:5.51 Overall Rank:9292]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Ann Arbor
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I recently (finally) acquired a copy of All The King's Men, and I'm certain to include it this year at least. The timing is right, and the rules are easy to learn.
 
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120. Board Game: Hex-Meister [Average Rating:6.22 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Hex-Meister is another relatively new addition to my abstracts collection. The only time I've played it so far, I was not particularly impressed with the tactics. Gaining a material lead seems to be a sure path to eventual success, and it's very difficult to come from behind if your opponent gains both position and captures several of your men. Fortunately, the game is short enough to include anyway, if anyone would play it. Does anyone have any comments on why Hex-Meister should or should not be included?
 
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121. Board Game: Blokus [Average Rating:7.00 Overall Rank:368]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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Ann Arbor
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An oddity among abstracts, Blokus is probably best for exactly four players. A truncated board or two colors per player scheme might work for a two player abstracts tournament, but I've never played it that way, and would appreciate your comments as to how well it might work.
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122. Board Game: Invers [Average Rating:5.99 Overall Rank:6681]
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New to my collection, this early Kris Burm abstract is a must.
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123. Board Game: Oh-Wah-Ree [Average Rating:5.90 Overall Rank:5754]
Clark D. Rodeffer
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I realize that I've already listed Mancala, and the specific Mancala games that have been played in the tournament so far include Christiaan Freeling's Glass Bead Game and Qelat (see the Mancala wiki http://tinyurl.com/bcb6s for rules to these and many other Mancala games). The nice thing about Oh-Wah-Ree, in particular, is the ability to mark the various pits as they change ownership. I've been looking for a way to expand the number of sowing games, and this opens new vistas.
 
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124. Board Game: Checkers 2000 [Average Rating:5.08 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
United States
Ann Arbor
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I found this one in the stacks from a trade that happened many moons ago. Here's another set of pieces that would be useful for playing Salta or Fields of Action, but does anyone know how well the base game of Checkers 2000 plays?
 
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125. Board Game: Tapestry [Average Rating:7.50 Unranked]
Clark D. Rodeffer
United States
Ann Arbor
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Tapestry is a new one to my collection this summer (2005), but it comes with rules for three abstract games playable with the same bits. I'd love to hear others' opinions on each of them, although at the outset, Tapestry itself appears to be the best of the three.
 
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