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Abstract Strategy games which deserve more love
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By nature abstract strategy games are under-loved on BGG.

In a world of dice-luck, card draws, and multi-player games, those that put you head-to-head, winning based on gray-matter thinking are not as popular.

But even among Abstract Strategy fans there are games that few play, few own, few have found, tried and loved, yet given a try they are found to be deserving of far greater interest and yes LOVE.

So Abstract Strat fans give those games you know are great but few others realize, a little boost with a boast here.
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26. Board Game: Oust [Average Rating:6.44 Unranked]
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Portland
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A heavy 2 player abstract that can be played with Go set.
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27. Board Game: Cannon [Average Rating:7.09 Overall Rank:3474]
Ettore Gislon
Italy
Milan
Lombardia
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95 owners, what a pity since I find this game to be a real gem, most of all the gameplay is VERY tight from the beginning.

If you like extremely direct confrontation, this is a great choice.
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28. Board Game: Plateau [Average Rating:7.23 Overall Rank:3959]
Brian Hamilton
United States
Asheboro
North Carolina
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This game is great.
"Slow motion knife fight in an elevator"
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So much depth in such a small, elegant package! The combination of quick play, bluffing and abstract strategy with so many options is sublime. Also, the perfect travel game.
-TheReluctantGeneral

"Excellent Abstract, hidden information makes this really interesting."
-Gruff Mckenzie

I adore that this game can be won by two very different methods, requiring you to really pay attention to your opponent's state. Also, the tactics that won you the last game probably alerted your opponent to something new to watch for, which keeps this game very fluid.
-zefquaavius
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29. Board Game: Gyges [Average Rating:6.87 Overall Rank:2752]
Tom Russell
United States
Massachusetts
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This is a brain-melting little game where the pieces belong to everyone. You want to move a piece into your opponent's goal space on your turn, but as you build up the network of pieces to win, you're also opening yourself up to attack from your opponent.

I've made a bunch of homemade sets, but hopefully this new edition will see wider distribution and get this onto more tables.
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30. Board Game: Buffalo [Average Rating:5.99 Overall Rank:5636]
Pete Winkel
United States
Reisterstown
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Casual abstract, but just TRY to play it once! I've heard it's been solved, but I'm still looking for the 'said' solution proof.
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31. Board Game: Cirkle 2 [Average Rating:7.50 Unranked]
Nello Cozzolino
United Kingdom
London
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since 2003

game genesis in french:
http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/665437/histoire-de-cirkl...
 
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32. Board Game: Quoridor [Average Rating:6.71 Overall Rank:771]
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Fantastic game for 2-4. The objective is simple, be the first player to reach the other side of the board. Your turn is simple, either move a space or place a wall to help yourself or hinder an opponent. Fast and fun, it takes about 5-10 minutes per game.
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33. Board Game: Gobblet [Average Rating:6.56 Overall Rank:1437]
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Another quick and fun one, although I rank it lower than Quoridor. First to 4 in a row wins, but you can gobble up another players piece by placing your own over it. Careful memory of what is under your piece is critical, because you may reveal an opponent's piece under your own when you move it again
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34. Board Game: Khet 2.0 [Average Rating:6.98 Overall Rank:1932]
Skip Maloney
United States
Wilmington
North Carolina
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Probably the newest of the crowd (though, admittedly, I did not check dates). The laser, as gimmicky as it sounds, is really an integral component of game play. The game itself is deep enough to satisfy the most ardent abstract strategy fan, even without the later editions of a beam splitter and a second level.
Tried recently to examine early 'lessons' in how to approach this game, with a 'first look' at some basic principles. - http://www.examiner.com/board-game-in-national/khet-an-early...
I have to admit that I'm not a strong abstract strategy player. I understand, as an example, many of the basic principles of good chess play, but am not likely to be competitive against even middle-level players. Still, I grasped a few things and tried to share them.
 
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35. Board Game: Kensington [Average Rating:5.31 Overall Rank:10405]
Skip Maloney
United States
Wilmington
North Carolina
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Though they utilized more than just a little hyperbole in touting this game as the greatest thing since (pick your cliche), but it really is a tricky little exercise that lives up to the hype of 'minutes to learn, lifetime to master.' Long out of print, it could probably be re-created on paper, with two-color wooden markers for pieces. It's got a direct confrontation mechanic to it, which divides your objectives. You can get into removing opponent's pieces in this game, and forget the winning conditions. In fact, removing opponent pieces tends to inhibit your goals.
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36. Board Game: Project Kells: Sacred Hill, High Kings of Tara & Poisoned Chalice [Average Rating:6.35 Overall Rank:3678]
Skip Maloney
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Wilmington
North Carolina
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This is really a series of games of increasing complexity. The goal - having fewer kingdoms on the board at game's end than your opponent - is the same for all three games. What's different is the set-up and movement rules.
The 'fewer kingdoms' idea is a little counter-intuitive, but the idea is that 'fewer' translates into better consolidated; in other words, you've successfully combined individual 'ringfort' placements into fewer (better?) kingdoms.
The first game - Sacred Hill - is the simplest, though tricky at that. The second game - High Kings of Tara - employs little king figures which reside and move from ringfort to ringfort. Their movement dictates ringfort placement. The third game - Poisoned Chalice - is the brain burner, which sits opponents perpendicular to each other at the board, with each player employing placement rules, oriented to their position (horizontal to one player is vertical to the opponent).
Designer Murray Heasman continues to examine ways to utilize the same pieces and board in new ways, including a four-player version on a larger board, which to my knowledge, never has made it to production status.
Noteworthy, as well, that the game sort of mirrors the history of the land that spawned it. Individual kings trying to consolidate alliances with neighboring kings. An alternative winning condition, initiated when players tie with total number of kingdoms, utilizes a raw count of ringforts with the MOST number winning (capture of opponent ringforts, and removal from the board are possible in the game). It poses the strategic question - go for elegant alliances or seek victory through the brute force of opponent capture and sheer numbers.
Good game(s), all. . .
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37. Board Game: Santorini [Average Rating:7.49 Overall Rank:2197]
matt tolman
Canada
Calgary
Alberta
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My favourite abstract. Amazing. Soon to be published!
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38. Board Game: Connect6 [Average Rating:6.86 Overall Rank:4507]
Gianni Cottogni
Italy
Torino
Piedmont
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Perhaps one of the most elegant n-in-a-row games.
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39. Board Game: Ponte del Diavolo [Average Rating:6.64 Overall Rank:1481]
Andres F. Pabon L.
Colombia
Bogotá
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In the top 1000, but barely. I'm not an abstract games fan by any means: I enjoy Backgammon once in a while, and perhaps Hive. But this game is absolutely awesome.

It also helps a lot it can be played at Yucata.de; otherwise I wouldn't have ever came near it.
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40. Board Game: Slither [Average Rating:8.01 Overall Rank:4045]
Quinn Swanger
United States
Holly Springs
North Carolina
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A square board connection game with an elegant solution to the deadlock problem. On your turn you can 1) optionally move a stone already placed one space in any direction, and then 2) place a new stone. At the end of your turn there can be no diagonal only connections between stones. Lots of cool, shifting, fights of indirection going on here with lots of scope for strategy. It can technically be played on any grid size (w/ pie-rule), but 13x13 seems to be the most popular on IGGC right now. It's the new Go.
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41. Board Game: La Trel [Average Rating:5.35 Overall Rank:9065]
Dan Conley
United States
Enon
Ohio
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This is a decent mix of chess and checkers. Picked it up at Origins the year it came out. The kids at my game group at school (mostly 5th graders) enjoyed it! It's certainly nothing fabulous overall, but the pieces are way-cool!

*Edit...forgot to mention the 110 owners on BGG...*
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42. Board Game: Junishi [Average Rating:8.50 Unranked]
Frances McGregor
Canada
The Pas
Manitoba
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mindlink games needs some more love. Junishi is part of a series of zodiac themed abstract strategy games that all have interchangable pieces. Since the board is small, the game quickly becomes confrontational where you try to arrange your pieces so that they have a solid defense, while trying to find the holes in your opponent's. The components aren't much, but for such low price and high fun how can you go wrong?
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43. Board Game: Pacru [Average Rating:6.67 Overall Rank:5481]
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A deep abstract very much under-appreciated
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44. Board Game: Gounki [Average Rating:6.78 Unranked]
Calvin Daniels
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Nice mechanics, 8 owners
 
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45. Board Game: Fibonacci [Average Rating:6.35 Overall Rank:6240]
George Leach
United Kingdom
Godalming
Surrey
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Great game. Still available and apparently was once played in a Oxford vs Cambridge format. I really enjoy it, unfortunately the designer has tweaked the rules a number of times over the years.
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46. Board Game: GridIron Master [Average Rating:6.45 Overall Rank:6927]
Calvin Daniels
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You can't go wrong with football and an AS game, but only 72 owners.

Beautiful set to
 
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47. Board Game: Chain Reaction [Average Rating:6.30 Unranked]
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neat mechanic
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48. Board Game: Metis [Average Rating:8.12 Unranked]
Calvin Daniels
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Deeper one that is overlooked
 
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49. Board Game: Netzwerk [Average Rating:6.25 Unranked]
Calvin Daniels
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kewl mechanic, very few play

had to home build a set
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50. Board Game: Armada [Average Rating:5.27 Unranked]
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the R-P-S mechanic looks good (one game I want)
 
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