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Richard Q Davis

U.S.
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I can answer questions about many boardgames - rules questions, parts questions, name questions, how to modify your games, how to store games, which games to buy if you are on a budget, especially recommendations on which game to play or buy or give. I do not answer questions about online games.

Don

U.S.
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I have expertise with answering questions about American board games since 1950. I have a special interest in family games. If I don't know an answer, I can assist with finding helpful resources. I am not an expert with answering wargame, eurogame and online board game questions.

Cesar Bielich

U.S.
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Something I know very well is scrabble and computer programming/administration so it would have to be related to that.

Dante

U.S.
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My expertise is fairly broad on board games. I've been collecting board games since I was old enough to count and have over 700 games in my still growing collection. I spend my spare time playing and teaching games, including doing demonstrations at stores. I don't have much experience with wargames, but when it comes to American games and/or most Eurogames, I can offer advice of the concepts in a game, and what kinds of audiences it might appeal to.

Richard Rost

U.S.
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My expertise is with the board game AXIS & ALLIES. I have played the game since I was a baby, I have most of the different versions (classic, revised, Europe, etc.) and I can answer questions about game play and strategy.

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2016-09-22 Scrabble words by Field specialisation.:

Now I think you're going in a good direction... but with a few caveats.    First, restricting people to "Only fruits" is going to cause the same problem as the Capital letters... it would be too restrictive

2016-09-22 Scrabble words by Field specialisation.:

Hi Prashant, Thanks again for another great question.  Your idea about specific fields being used for words in Scrabble is already being done by the makers of Scrabble.  For example, there is a Pirates

2016-09-19 Rubik's cube variation.:

Over the years, I've seen many variants of the Rubik's cube... one of the most notable used holographic stickers oriented in different directions which made it significantly more difficult.    Replacing

2016-09-19 Rubik's cube variation.:

Hi Prashant, Thanks for another great question.  Just about every variation you can imagine has already been done with the Rubik's cube here in America.  Different companies have printed pictures, numbers

2016-09-14 Uppercase and Lowercase vowels and consonants in Scrabble word power game.:

That may be an interesting variant, but not sure how it will work when crossing words.  The capital will only be allowed to start words?  That would make the grid too difficult to complete in my opinion

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