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Board game. No gracias

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A letter on the table and a lot of coins on it. You are wanting to catch them, but you trust that if you pass, your profits will be higher. However, you are afraid that your opponent will get ahead of you. You look at his face and detect a slight tic in his left eye.

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SexUnisex
AgeFrom 8 years

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From 3 to 5 players, 20 minutes, from 8 years old.

 You smile to yourself and, with feigned disinterest, you pronounce: "No Thanks!". Do you play a game of poker surrounded by disturbing outlaws? No way! The Wild West is Disneyland by comparison.

The No Thanks mechanism! It is very simple. Each turn there will be a card in the middle of the table with a number between 3 and 35. That number indicates the number of negative points that will be taken by the one who takes it. Obviously, no one will be eager to do so. But in order to pass, an educated person is not enough: No, Thank you! You will have to pay a coin.

If several players pass, the pile of coins on the card will grow and, with it, the temptation to take it. Because coins are positive points and also a rare commodity. And you'll want to have a few on hand when the card to turn down is really bad.

But not all is so easy. Things get interesting when a card appears that allows you to form a sequence and thereby reduce the number of negative points to receive. Will you let another round pass for the jackpot to rise or will you take the card before another one goes ahead?

If you want to win, like any good poker player, you must carefully weigh the risks and be able to score a bluff. Distract your friends from your true intentions with a resounding: No thanks!

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Board game. No gracias

Board game. No gracias

A letter on the table and a lot of coins on it. You are wanting to catch them, but you trust that if you pass, your profits will be higher. However, you are afraid that your opponent will get ahead of you. You look at his face and detect a slight tic in his left eye.