Everett E. Proctor on 31 Mar 2003 05:07:01 -0000

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Re: [eia] I don't still have a problem

On Sun, 30 Mar 2003 22:42:00 -0600
Michael Gorman <mpgorman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> At 12:45 PM 3/30/2003 -0500, you wrote:
> > > So how have you guys resolved this problem in your face to face games?
> > > If you tell me that you ended up writing down whether or not you were
> > > going to have simultaneous movement and then revealing it simultaneously,
> >then I'll concede.  Otherwise, I'll prefer to use whatever method you
> > > used to resolve this *problem*.
> > >
> >
> >     I honestly don't recall.  JJ, do you remember how we did combined
> >movement in our face-to-face games?  Of course, I'm not sure that what we
> >did in face-to-face games should dictate what we do in online games, or that
> >what we did in the past was the right way to proceed.  But I'm still
> >curious...  Do you remember, JJ?
> The one face-to-face game I played with you guys we wrote every step of the 
> political phase down in secret and revealed simultaneously.   Until Everett 
> pointed out that it was not clear in the rules that that was the correct 
> way to do it, I had been assuming it was.
> I think Everett and I are going to settle into that agree to disagree 
> category on what makes the most sense.

Yeah.  I would never have thought to do a face-to-face game that way. 
But as I said, I'm satisfied as long as Joel puts in the ability to
modify orders before the escrow is released.


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